Historic Home Tours

 

Annual Historic Homes Tour

Since 1971, Preservation Utah, has held an annual tour of historic homes in a different neighborhoods in Utah.  Previous tours have been held in the South Temple, Yalecrest, Normandie Heights, Avenues, Capitol Hill, Downtown, Federal Heights, and Westmoreland Place and Heights neighborhoods of Salt Lake City, as well as parts of Bountiful, Farmington, Copperton, Magna, and Park City. 

Salt Lake Modern Homes Tour

In 2010, Salt Lake Modern, a committee of Preservation Utah, held it's first annual tour of mid-century modern homes. These tours have been held in various neighborhoods in Salt Lake County, including St. Mary's, Olympus Cove, Westshire, and Northcrest/North Hills. We have even done a modern church tour!

Annual Historic Homes Tour

2019 Marks Our 48th Annual Historic Homes Tour This year our tour will be held in Holladay. Holladay was settled in 1847 by a group of Mormon pioneers and named after John Holladay, the city's founder. Holladay is the oldest continuously inhabited settlement in Utah (since Salt Lake City was abandoned for a…

Salt Lake Modern Homes Tour

Saturday, October 5, 2019 10 am to 4 pm Cottonwood Club Neighborhood of Holladay Featuring the designs of architect Stephen MacDonald through the Salt Lake Home Builders Association.  Most of the homes in the Cottonwood Club neighborhood were built for the 1955 Parade of Homes. The neighborhood features a wide…