The Salt Lake Temple was built by the Mormons between 1853 and 1893. It is used by members for baptisms and marriages. No tours are allowed.
The Tabernacle is the home of the famous Mormon Tabernacle Choir. The public is invited to rehearsals and broadcasts. Rehearsals are Thursdays 8-9:30 pm and broadcasts are Sunday at 9:30. There are 30 minute organ recitals at 12:00 Mon-Sat. We didn't make the recital, but there were a few gentlemen practicing while we were there. Very impressive!
Assembly Hall is an 1882 meeting hall and now used for concerts and recitals. The gardens were beautiful with spring flowers.
Family History Library has the largest genealogical collection of it's kind in the world. Visitors can use this facility at no charge. There are many church members who are very helpful in assisting your search. We were told they work with local Boy Scout troops on the Genealogy merit badge. The center also provides blank family tree forms for you to use. Anyone can access the online database and research family history from home.
The Church history museum features historical and contemporary church and Utah art and artifacts. There is also a small gift shop on site.