Paris Tabernacle

The Paris Tabernacle is an LDS historical site that is open for tours daily in the summer (9:30 am-5:30 pm). It is a beautiful building completed in the 1880s and very much resembles the old Provo Tabernacle (now the Provo City Center Temple). You will find the Paris Tabernacle at 109…

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Here is a close up of one of the sections of the mural.

Cody Mural

On a recent trip to Cody, Wyoming we stopped in at the Cody Mural. The Mural is an LDS (Mormon) Church historical site. There is a missionary couple at the church, which is an active chapel, to greet you. Inside there is a small museum with an original copy of the…


Cove Fort

Cove Fort is located at the junction of the 1-15 and the 1-70. Cove Fort was constructed as a protection for travelers from the Native Americans, as well as a telegraph office, post office, and inn. In 1867, Brigham Young asked Ira Hinckley (President Gordon B. Hinckley's grandfather) to construct a…


Beehive House

The Beehive House is just east of Temple Square at the corner of State Street and South Temple in Salt Lake City. This is the home that Brigham Young dwelt in with his large family. Later, his son added on to the house, so it is quite large. Sister missionaries of…

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