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Salt Lake City


Brigham Young Monument & Beehive House

The Brigham Young Monument
This monument honors LDS Church leader and pioneer-colonizer Brigham Young, and pays tribute to the Utah Indians and fur trappers who preceded Mormon settlers into the Salt Lake Valley.
Adjacent to the monument is an inviting area comprised of gardens with trees, flowers, lawn, benches, and sculptures.
Water features include a reflecting pool, fountains, and streamlets.

The Beehive House
A National Historic Landmark. Served as the official residence of Brigham Young when he was President of the LDS Church and Governor of the Utah Territory. It takes its name from an ornamental Bee-Hive built upon the roof. It Free tours daily.

The Lion House
The Lion House is situated next to the Bee Hive House. Constructed in 1855 as a residence for Brigham Young and his family. No tours, but The Pantry Restaurant on the lower level is open to the public.

The Beehive House
The Beehive House



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