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Great little museum! Absolutely do not miss the Joseph Smith video. It is shown in the round and is about 6 minutes long. Beautifully done.
Loved all of the artifacts! Some great things about Nauvoo, beginnings in New York, etc. The gift shop there is...More
This museum is just outside of Temple Square. It is a fairly small museum but it was full of artifacts representing Church history. They have the printing press that the first Book of Mormon was printed on as well as one of the first copies....More
This interesting museum lies west of the Tabernacle, across the street, and so gets overlooked by many visitors to Temple Square. It contains artifacts from the early and more modern history of the LDS church, including the console of the Tabernacle organ from 1901 to...More
If you start with the film, it will give you a good idea about the Church and it's history to then follow through the museum. Additionally it is a unique theatre with a wrap around screen and audio, you kinda feel it's happening around you....More
The Mormon religion is much more than the bad rap they got on Polygamy. A small facet of their past which is no longer practiced in the USA. However, their religion is as valid as any other religion. They just have a modern twist that...More
This museum does not take very long to walk through but it tells the story of how the Mormons got here and is worth learning about. You can either use a guide or walk through at your own pace. Love the history.
If you are Mormon or have an interest in the westward expansion, this place is right next to temple square and is quite interesting. If you are interested in genealogy and the pioneers, this whole block is for you.