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Smith Family Farm (Museum), Palmyra

(4.7/5 based on 75+ reviews on the web)
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  • As always, the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has done a wonderful job creating a beautiful restoration of these homes and the surrounding area. The missionaries are delightful and so kno...  more »
  • Visited with teenagers. Great experience. Missionaries very helpful and knowledgeable. Few visitors in winter made it more meaningful.  more »
  • I had always wanted to visit the Smith Family farm, ever since I read it was in upstate New York and not in Utah or Nauvoo. I had visited this past summer while traveling through western New York and ...  more »
  • It was a great experience to visit the place it all began. When God showed mercy to man and began His work and His glory bringing to man at last the knowledge and power needed for immortality and eternal life.
  • Wonderful glimpse at frontier life in the early 1800s. Inspiring to see how Joseph Smith and others of his time lived and worked.
  • Simplistic yet world wide and eternal influence events!
  • Historically inaccurate information given. Unless you are willing to turn off your brain, don't go as it is a waste of your time.
  • Excellent guided historical tours and well informed volunteers. Answered several questions about the history of the family and the area. Beautiful peaceful old growth forest and authentic rebuilt log cabin from the 1820s.