Utah’s Adventure Family loves to visit museums. We love learning together and often museums provide an environment where we can learn and play together.

There are so many fun museums to visit in Utah. Many are free, too! We share all the information about the different ones that we have visited to help you know which museum will be the best for your family.

Baseball Hall of Fame

The Baseball Hall of Fame is located way out in the middle of upstate New York. It takes some effort to get there, but the small city of Cooperstown is worth the visit. The entire town is dedicated to the sport of baseball. Cooperstown's Main Street is lined with stores and…


Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland is an awesome, kid-friendly stop. Our boys, who love old rock and roll, loved every minute of the 3 hours we spent. Though it is a little bit expensive, it was a once in a lifetime stop for us. If you love…

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What to Expect When Visiting Historic Nauvoo

Nauvoo is a restored town run by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. This is the largest of the Church historical sites, and there are more than a dozen buildings, some original, and a few restored or added later. You cannot see everything in Historic Nauvoo in one…


Carthage Jail

Carthage Jail is like a pilgrimage for most members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. Most people make the trip to see the place that Joseph Smith and his brother Hyrum were shot and killed. This site is definitely worth a visit on your Church History tour because,…


Priesthood Restoration Site

The Priesthood Restoration site of the LDS Church is located in Pennsylvania. This site is quite a bit south of most of the sites in New York, but it is worth the drive as it has been greatly expanded. The Priesthood Restoration site includes several things to see and do including…


Joseph Knight Home and Josiah Stowell Home

We did a three week tour through the Midwest and saw almost every LDS Church History site. Almost all of the sites are run by missionaries of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, but a few, like the Kirtland Temple, are in other hands. On our trip, we picked…