Historic Trolley Square in the heart of Salt Lake City, UT

Phone: 801-521-9877 | Security is available 24/7 | Mon - Sat 10 am to 9 pm, Sun 12 pm to 5 pm

Museum Hours: Thur & Fri 5 pm to 9 pm | Restaurant and Holiday Hours May Vary.

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602 South 700 East
Salt Lake City, UT, 84102
United States

The management office is located under Weller Book Works. Office hours are Monday through Friday from 8 am to 6 pm.

 

Phone: 801-521-9877 | Security is available 24/7 | Mon - Sat 10 am to 9 pm, Sun 12 pm to 5 pm

Museum Hours: Thur & Fri 5 pm to 9 pm | Restaurant and Holiday Hours May Vary.


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We would love to hear from you. Please feel free to contact us using the form to the right or by email at info@trolleysquare.com.

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Trolley History Museum at Trolley Square

Wonder through the interactive history of the Salt Lake Rail Company. Experience the workshop where blacksmiths and carpenters prepared the trolley cars. Purchase your Trolley Square bags, t-shirts, and hats in the gift shop. Take a stop in the Kid's Play Area and design the next fun LED light show for the Trolley Square water tower!

A historic icon to Salt Lake City, Trolley Square has been both a cultural and retail anchor for decades.

In May 2013, Trolley Square was purchased by Salt Lake City local Khosrow Semnani of S.K. Hart Properties. Semnani is working hard to return the historic center to its former glory.

Since Semnani took ownership, Trolley Square has already begun various renovations to maximize the center’s potential—updating its original structure, receiving new landscaping, and revitalizing the historic water tower with new LED lighting. Additionally, a new Visitors’ Center is currently under construction—a space for visitors to learn about the charming history of both Trolley Square and Salt Lake City.

New businesses continue to come in under Semnani’s leadership—including Cosset Bath and BodyOrangetheory FitnessCorePower Yoga, and The Falls—a 15,000-square-foot events center.

Just as legendary Wally Wright worked to transform the Trolley barns into a community gathering center, Khosrow Semnani has a vision to restore Trolley Square to the community-focused retail marketplace.