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Learn about the events that occurred on and near the Hill Cumorah in the 1820s, such as Joseph Smith Jr.'s First Vision, the visits of the angel Moroni, and the translation of the Book of Mormon. Tours are free.
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Visitor's Center had a lot of information. Historical. We walked the "nature trail" to the top of the hill where they have some monuments. We walked the paved trail back down. Don't miss this if you are in the area.
The monument is beautiful. The hill climb wasn’t bad, and... there is parking at the top if you would rather drive.
The Church planted thousands of trees to help bring back the original look. At some point the hill was forested and was used as...More
I have been to LDS visitor centers all across the United States and this is one of my favorites. We were there during the pageant and it was very busy but not crowded or noisy. We were able to enjoy the exhibits and presentations without...More
I want to be upfront in stating that I am not a Later Day Saint (LDS). So this was not a religious experience for me but more of a historical pilgrimage.
The visitor center is staffed by what I assume to be missionaries volunteering in...More
We enjoyed very much visiting the Hill Cumorah and the visitor center. There is a beautiful spirit on the hill. The pageant definitely brings that spirit to life. The missionaries are adorable. They are so helpful and kind. The center is clean and nice and...More
We had a great time here. We were greeted by friendly missionaries as we entered and they told us about a video I believe that was called "The Family" or something like that. The sister missionaries told us that the visitors center is the only...More
For an amazing history and spiritual experience, this is a must see. It's based on the Book of Mormon and tells of a people here in the America's before, during and after the time of Christ.
The theatrics are electrifying and the quality supreme. Can't...More