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This city balances small town tradition with big city sophistication. Rooted in history, rich in technology and surrounded by beauty, this is, as founder Brigham Young declared more than a century ago, The Place.

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Family History Library

A Wealth Of Genealogical History

Nearest Trains & Buses: TRAX Station Temple Square

35 North West Temple Street
Room 344
Salt Lake City  84103
United States

Phone: +1 801 240 2584
 | Fax: +1 801 240 1794

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints encourages its patrons to trace genealogies for important religious rituals. For this reason, Salt Lake City, headquarters of the LDS Church, is home to some of the most extensive genealogical research facilities in the world. More serious than its friendly FamilySearch Center sibling, the Family History Library offers comprehensive records in catalog, computer, print, microfilm and microfiche formats. Visitors should begin their search at the user-friendly computers here or at the FamilySearch Center. Admission and use of the research records are free.

hours: Mo from 08:00 AM to 05:00 PM,Tu to Sa from 08:00 AM to 09:00 PM
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