Kearns (Utah Governor's) Mansion

Kearns (Utah Governor's) Mansion Photo courtesy of Utah Historical Society

603 East South Temple, Salt Lake City 

A beautiful Chateauesque exterior, a stunning interior, and the dramatic story of the Kearns family make the historic Kearns Mansion one of Utah 's architectural treasures.  Thomas Kearns made a fortune on the silver flowing out of Park City mines. He spared no expense building a home that became the dazzling center of Utah's elite social life. A world-class restoration completed in 1996 returned the mansion to its original 1902 appearance. Glimpse the gold-leafed dome and see Teddy Roosevelt's hat rack on a one-hour guided tour of the Kearns Mansion 's first floor.

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Public Tour Schedule and Information:

Who?

  • The tours are open to the public and registration is required 24 hours in advance. This tour is NOT sutible for children under 7 years of age.

Where?

  • The mansion is located at 603 East South Temple, Salt Lake City. Please refer to your registration confirmation for additional details.

When?

  • Tours are Thursdays, June, July, and August at 1 pm, 2 pm and 3 pm (except holidays). And the first three Thursdays of December.

  • Each tour lasts approximately one hour.

How Much?

  • Our Kearns Mansion tours are free but REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED.

Additional Information:

  • Please do not sit on furniture or touch items in the mansion.

Registration: 

Summer tours are over. Please check back soon for holiday tours.