This museum traces the history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the pioneers who built a city on the ... More
Church History Museum
This museum traces the history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the pioneers who built a city on the shores of the Great Salt Lake. Visitors enjoy exhibits including an original covered wagon and a selection of Joseph Smith's transcripts. Free 40-minute audio tours are available and exhibits are changed periodically to keep locals coming back for more. Children will enjoy the interactive exhibits and adults will appreciate the variety of the museum's excellent presentation of Mormon doctrine and history. Admission is free.
This place is amazing. I loved seeing the part of the museum, artwork done by LDS members from all over the world. It is cool to see the view point of religious experiences from all over the world. This is a must see for any lds member.
Love the new kids area on the second floor. We spent at least 90 minutes up there so our kids could play in all the exhibits. Love that you can walk through at your own pace without a tour guide. Definitely a must see in SLC.
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