Visit the home of Brigham Young, second president of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, leader of the Church's 1846 migration to the West, and first territorial governor (1851-58) of Utah. As a great colonizer of the West, Young is recognized with a statue in the rotunda of the U.S. Capitol in Washington, DC.
This 1840's restored home helps you understand how Young and his family lived and what was important to people living on the frontier at the time. Wander upstairs and downstairs, see period furniture, and hear many stories about Brigham Young as a young father and leader in this bustling community.
May to September: Monday-Saturday: 9am- 6pm Sunday: 12pm-5pm Other Months: Monday-Saturday 10am-5pm Sunday:12pm-5pm
Time Period Represented
In trying to maintain the integrity of our historical sites, we are limited in providing access for guests with mobility impairments. This home is not wheelchair-accessible. Visitors need to be able to climb stairs to enter and during the tour. However, interior photos are available on request, and tour guides are often able to come outside and talk about the home.
Pet Friendly Notes
Since this home is an historical museum with irreplaceable artifacts, pets may not be brought inside. We appreciate your understanding. Service dogs are allowed.