Gov. Gary Herbert and first lady Jeanette Herbert will open the doors to the Governor's Mansion for five days in December, inviting guests to enjoy their beautifully decorated home during the holiday season. Visitors can walk through the historic Kearns Mansion from 2 to 4 p.m. on Dec. 2, 7, 9, 14 and 16.
Free tours will be guided by members of the Utah Heritage Foundation. Parking is available on the east side of the mansion off H Street, with entrance to the grounds from the east gate.
Built in 1902, the chateauesque mansion was renovated and restored in 1996. The property is decorated annually for the holidays by professional designers throughout Utah who donate their time and service.
More information about holiday mansion tours, visit www.utahheritagefoundation.org.
- Bluffdale homeowner becomes victim of...
- Bear spends two hours trying to enter...
- Lessons from Napa: Earthquake warns Utahns of...
- Solar energy users claim victory as 'sun tax'...
- About Utah: A Salt Lake hit for 152 years ......
- Crews rescue two hikers on Mount Timpanogos
- Doug Robinson: Looking back on a cop's career
- Duchesne County man pleads guilty to federal...
- Becky Lockhart serious about... 32
- Gay rights activists to fight charges... 22
- Police reviewing possible nightclub... 16
- Solar energy users claim victory as... 14
- Gov.: Elected officials need to serve... 11
- U. tailgating carries tradition of... 10
- Lessons from Napa: Earthquake warns... 10
- Missionary, police testify against man... 8