Visitors' Centers

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints operates visitors’ centers throughout the world to help explain the Church’s beliefs to the public. These free visitors’ centers are usually located near a temple or historic site.

Each visitors’ center is unique, but all of them highlight the commitment of Latter-day Saints to follow Jesus Christ. Other subjects include the purpose of life and the importance of families. These beliefs are communicated through displays, audiovisual presentations and interactive kiosks. There are also Church missionaries available at each center to answer questions. Visitors can spend as much or as little time as they would like at the center, depending on their schedules.

Here is a list of Mormon visitors’ centers; click the link for more information, including directions, hours and contact information.

Hill Cumorah Visitors’ Center (Palmyra, New York)

Laie Hawaii Temple Visitors’ Center

Idaho Falls Temple Visitors’ Center

Independence, Missouri, Visitors’ Center

Historic Kirtland, Ohio, Visitors’ Center

London Temple Visitors’ Center

Los Angeles Temple Visitors’ Center

Mesa Arizona Temple Visitors’ Center

Mexico City Temple Visitors’ Center

Nauvoo, Illinois, Visitors’ Center

New Zealand Temple Visitors’ Center

Oakland California Temple Visitors’ Center

Park City, Utah, Family Tree Center

Salt Lake City Temple Square North Visitors’ Center

Salt Lake City Temple Square South Visitors’ Center

St. George Utah Temple Visitors’ Center

Washington D.C. Temple Visitors’ Center

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