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Thatcher-Young Mansion  
Thatcher-Young Mansion

Thatcher-Young Mansion

Thatcher-Young Mansion

at the Center for the Arts

35 West 100 South

Logan, UT  84321



The beautiful Thatcher-Young Mansion was built in 1878 by G.W. Thatcher and his wife, Eunice Caroline (Luna) Young Thatcher. In 1999 the Cache Valley Center for the Arts restored the Victorian Mansion to the original design. On July 24, 2001 the Cache Valley Center for the Arts (then known as the Capitol Arts Alliance) held an open house reception and tours of this newly remodeled space. CVCA encouraged the Alliance for the Varied Arts to become the resident organization of this space. AVA had previously occupied the Bullen Center Art Gallery. The move greatly enhanced their ability to provide art classes, artist workspaces, and gallery display space. The AVA occupied the Mansion from -- to June 25, 2010 when they decided to close their doors and merge their programs with CVCA.

The Thatcher-Young Mansion is located at 35 West 100 South, just south of the Ellen Eccles Theatre. The Thatcher's love of beauty and pristine quality reigns throughout this spacious Queen Anne Victorian mansion. The Mansion is an architectural gem in its own right!



















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