Historic Site in Salt Lake City

Beehive House

Brigham Young lived with one of his wives and families in the Beehive House during much of his tenure as governor and church president in Utah. The required tours vary in the amount of historic house detail provided…
Historic Building in Salt Lake City

Utah State Capitol

The grand, 1916 State Capitol is set among 500 cherry trees on a hill north of Temple Sq. Inside, colorful Works Progress Administration (WPA) murals of pioneers, trappers and missionaries adorn part of the building…
Historic Site in Salt Lake City

This is the Place Heritage Park

Dedicated to the 1847 arrival of the Mormons, the heritage park covers 450 acres. The centerpiece is a living-history village where, June through August, costumed docents depict mid-19th-century life. Admission incl…
House in Moab

Hole 'n the Rock

An unabashed tourist trap 12 miles south of Moab, Hole ’n the Rock is a 5000-sq-ft home-cum-cave carved into sandstone and decorated in knockout 1950s kitsch.
Historic Site in Logan & Around

Golden Spike National Historic Site

On May 10, 1869, the westward Union Pacific Railroad and eastward Central Pacific Railroad met at Promontory Summit. With the completion of the transcontinental railroad, the face of the American West changed foreve…
Historic Site in Bluff

Bluff Fort

Descendants of the original pioneers have re-created the original log cabin settlement near the few remaining historic buildings in Bluff.
Archaeological Site in Bluff

Sand Island Petroglyphs

On BLM land 3 miles west of Bluff, these freely accessible petroglyphs were created between 800 and 2500 years ago. The nearby campground boat launch is the starting point for San Juan River adventures.
Historic Site in Kanab

Parry Lodge

Built in the 1930s, this hotel was movie central. Stars stayed here and owner Whit Parry provided horses, cattle and catering for the sets. There are nostalgic photos and old Westerns play in a barn out back on summ…
Historic Site in Antelope Island State Park

Fielding Garr Ranch

Take a look around what was a working farm from 1848 until 1981, back when Antelope Island State Park was created. Check the park website for ranger tours or cowboy poetry gatherings onsite.
Historic Site in Salt Lake City

Lion House

Next door to the Beehive House , the 1855 Lion House, now a restaurant, housed many of Brigham Young’s other wives.