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Daughters of Utah Pioneers Cabin opens for summer tours

The Daughters of the Utah Pioneers Cabin is the oldest known home still standing in Highland.
The Daughters of the Utah Pioneers Cabin is the oldest known home still standing in Highland.
Todd Curtis

HIGHLAND — The Daughters of the Utah Pioneers Cabin, located at 4381 W. 10400 North, is now open for summer tours.

The cabin, the oldest known home still standing in Highland, was donated to the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers by the Stice family and moved to Heritage Park in May 1991.

The cabin will be open from noon to 2 p.m. every Saturday in June and July. Special appointments for groups are available by calling 801-756-6579 or 801-756-4405.