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I love seeing converted pieces of history. This place is beautiful to look at. The shops are OK. However, there is a gem of a store inside, Tabula Rasa. If you love old architecture and discovering one of kind stores. Stop here.
Unlike the vast majority of shopping malls in the Salt Lake Valley, Trolley Square seems committed to giving shoppers a taste of local flavor. There are a few truly awesome shops here: The Machine Age -- a steampunk-inspired local artist/antiquarian shop -- is a personal...More
We took my mother in law to a restaurant here for her birthday and as such wandered through trolley square. She has a wheeled walker and she seemed to navigate the uneven brick floor while visiting. Parking out front near the tower can be challenging...More
There are some very cool antique and book shops here - but not much else. The area is clearly just starting to get developed again and needs a little more diversity in the types of stores available to be a destination. You can definitely kill...More
You have to reserve to climb the water tower. Pretty easy walk up and nice view at the top. Shopping center has many closed stores, and only a few that I thought a tourist would enjoy. We olive, olive oil tasting and Wine tasting bar...More
There is a very unique book store that I spent hours in. Vintage books. Classics. Anything you could image. The stores in the trolley square are very unique and always allow for a good laugh. If you need a unique gift I recommend going here.
Trolley Square sits on an entire city block and has some very unique architecture and a few cool businesses. In fact, I used to go to Spaghetti Factory and Rodizzio Grill all the time. (I eat at restaurants a lot.). But the mall recently changed...More
I used to come here with my grandmother whenever I would visit Salt Lake. Over time though, the stores in here have closed. From my estimation, four out of every five stores are shut. That tells me that it is a dead mall. The architecture...More