Take a tour to the historic Beehive house located in Salt Lake city, Utah, the house belonged to Brigham Young who was a church leader for many years of the "church of Jesus Christ of latter-day Saints" and then went on to become the governor of Utah. The house was built in 1854 and today serves as a museum displaying artifacts and material belonging to Brigham Young and his family. The house has a beehive motif displayed atop, hence the name "Beehive". Free tours of the house are available everyday, visitor can also tour the Brigham Young historic park near the house.
Things to Do
- Visitors can tour the historic house for free, the tour lasts for about 30 minutes, visitors can see different rooms in the house that served many purposes.
- The house has bedrooms, playroom, washroom, sitting area and 19th century furniture, visitors can see objects and artifacts belonging to the Brigham family.
- The historic park is part of the estate and it shows statues, green landscape and a wooden water wheel, the park also organizes free concerts in the Summer.
- The house tours are guided and very informational, don't forget to visit the cafeteria in the nearby "lion house" that serves delicious home made food.
The Beehive house Insider Tips
- Reservations for the tours might be required.
- You can check the website for upcoming concerts in the park.