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This is a very nice building on Temple Square in Salt Lake City. It houses many different things to do including movie theater showing Mormon-themed films for free, cafes and restaurants, a family history library where you can research your genealogy. Insider tip: Go up...More
Very beautiful interior. Restaurants upstairs are reputed to offer good views but we didn't partake. The whole building is closed on Sundays.
The eatery on the ground floor illustrates one of the arbitrary rules of the LDS. They ban coffee & tea, so you cannot...More
Visitors to SLC should take a few minutes to enjoy the JSMB. There's a quick way to get a bite to eat at the Nauvoo Cafe or you can enjoy a nicer meal at the Garden Restaurant. You can learn about your family history or...More
We loved the Meet the Mormon Short Movies! We saw The Craftsman, the Artist, and The Cowboy this visit. In the past, we have enjoyed eating at the Garden and the Roof restaurants. It was also fun to walk around the building and see the...More
We were last here when our daughter performed with her musical theater group. There is always something going on in this building. Concerts from local artists, movies to watch, food to try. It's fun to ride to the upper floors and see the view of...More
Previously the Utah Hotel and purchased by the LDS Church, this amazing and beautiful hotel is not to be missed. Every US President from Taft to Reagan stayed there. Has 3 restaurants (2 on the 10th floor), a small family search center, a huge theater...More
Interesting building with lots of architectural design. Nice view of the city from the 10th floor. The pungent odor that permeated the hotel was bothersome to all four of us (probably from the carpets that lined all the walkways), but still well worth the visit.