McCune Mansion

200 North Main Street, Salt Lake City

Alfred and Elizabeth McCune stopped keeping track of expenses after the costs for their “simple” bungalow on Capitol Hill reached $500,000. They imported roof tiles from Holland, rare white satin-grained mahogany from South America, and a room-sized mirror from Germany. The ceiling murals and decorative borders alone took an artist from New York two years to finish. Completed in 1901 and restored in 2001, the McCune Mansion remains a Utah showplace. Spend an hour touring the mansion from the first floor's octagonal reception room to the third floor's glittering ballroom. The Venetian marble bathroom alone is worth the tour!

Tour schedule and Information:

Tours of the McCune Mansion have concluded for 2018. Please check back for 2019 dates.

Regularly Scheduled Tours:

Who?

  • Tours are available to the general public. Registration is required.

When?

  • Tours are held on the second Tuesday of each month April through November. Please visit the registration section below to reserve your ticket.
  • Tours start at 10:00 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. Each tour is one hour long, and limited to 20 patrons.

How Much?

  • Tours are $10 per person.  

Additional Information

  • All tours of the McCune Mansion are led by volunteers of Preservation Utah.
  • All questions regarding tours should be directed to Preservation Utah or your on-site docent, not the McCune Mansion.
  • Children may come on the tour, however it is not recommended. If you feel your child/children will enjoy the tour, each child must be registered and pay the $10.00 fee.
  • Babies-in-arms at all times are permitted and do not need to pay the registration fee.
  • Pets are not allowed in the mansion.

ADA Accommodations

  • This tour is fully ADA accessible.
  • Service dogs are allowed in the building.

Private Tours

  • Private tours are currently not offered