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.

Whitmer Farm

The Whitmer Farm is a Church history site that is a bit out of the way, but definitely significant to LDS Church History. It was also our boys’ favorite site because there are a few interactive games in the Visitor Center. We were greeted by missionaries when we entered the Visitor…


Hill Cumorah

There is a large Visitor Center at the Hill Cumorah in Palmyra, New York. This site commemorates the place where Joseph Smith found the Golden Plates from which he translated the Book of Mormon. There are several other LDS Church History sites in this area including the Smith Family Farm, the…


Grandin Building: Book of Mormon Publication Site

One spot that really surprised us on our Church History tour was the Grandin Building. This is the site of the printing of the first copies of the Book of Mormon in Palmyra, New York. It is a relatively new site, and we were sure what to expect, but the Grandin…


Smith Family Farm and Sacred Grove

The Smith Family Farm and Sacred Grove are located in Palmyra, New York. The site is one stop that will take at least an hour, plus whatever time you spend in the Sacred Grove. This is an essential stop on your Church History tour. Smith Family Log Cabin There is a…


John Johnson Farm | Ohio

The John Johnson Farm is an LDS Historical Site run by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. This site is located in Ohio about 30 minutes south of Kirtland. It is worth visiting the John Johnson Farm site if you are on a Church history tour as many…


Historic Kirtland | Ohio

The LDS Church runs a Visitor Center in Historic Kirtland. Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Later Day saints gathered to Kirtland in the 1830s when their church was beginning to grow and flourish. They built a temple in this area, which is up the hill and can be…