Utah Historic Sites
The Beehive House, located in Salt Lake City, Utah, served as President Brigham Young’s primary residence from 1855 until his death in 1877.
Cove Fort is located halfway between Beaver and Fillmore in south central Utah. It served as an important way station for travelers, the Pony Express, and telegraph lines from 1867 to the early 1880s.
Brigham Young Winter Home and Office
President Brigham Young lived in this home in St. George, Utah, during the winter months from 1870 to 1877. The adjacent office was built to facilitate the work of preparing the sealing and endowment temple ordinances for the dead, conducted for the first time in the St. George Utah Temple.
St. George Tabernacle
The St. George Tabernacle has functioned as a place of worship and a place for community gatherings since 1869—before its completion in 1876.
Because of Hamblin’s service among the American Indians in the region, the Hamblin home functioned as the headquarters for the mission.
What to Expect When You Visit the Church’s Historic Sites in Southern Utah