Brigham Young is a private, church-affiliated university, founded in 1875. The campus covers nearly 634 acres and is highlighted by the 112-foot Centennial Carillon Tower. The 52 bells ring at intervals throughout the day. Free guided riding tours of the campus are offered free to the public by appointment. Hours are 9a.m., 10:30 a.m., 12p.m., 1:30 p.m., and 3p.m. Monday-Friday. Located on the campus are the Earth Science Museum, just west of Cougar Stadium; the Monte L Bean Life Science Museum; the Museum of Art, at the southwest corner of the campus; and the off-campus Museum of Peoples and Cultures. The campus is located at the foot of Wasatch Mountains, about 45 miles southwest of Salt Lake City.