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Brigham Young University, Provo

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Tourist Spot Educational Site
Admission: Free

Museum Hours:

Mon - Tue: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Wed - Fri: 10:00 am - 9:00 pm

Sat: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

Sun: Closed

MOA Cafe Hours:

Mon – Fri: 11:00 am – 2:00 pm

Sat – Sun: Closed

Closed for University devotional (Tuesdays 10:45 to 11:45 a.m.)
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TripAdvisor
  • I attended this university years ago. It is a great place to get a quality education at a reasonable price. The athletic events are wonderful and they offer many theater, musical and other types of en...  more »
  • Nice walkable campus that was established in 1875. Extremely neat and well kept. Plenty of free visitor parking.  more »
  • The place is like a mini city. They have a little of everything. The free pool was nice. There are a lot of things for little kids to do. From museums to bowling. Not really much to do for older peopl...  more »
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  • Best school in the whole world. Great passion, great students, great standards, just the best University! The sports are fun to attend, the school is amazing and has great people in it. I can't wait to attend in the future! I look forward to attending the best school!
  • Beautiful campus with a lot of history and diversity. The quality of education is incredible. Note worthy places: The library, life science building, MOA, Bean (natural history) museum, and of course the creamery.
  • This is THE WORST. Online course I've EVER taken. First off, it's $150 for a class. Second, they don't know how to give instructions. I'm pretty sure I could have my dog run a class better than half of these people! My professor didn't post part of an assignment so I submitted what I had and guess what? This minimum wage earning teenager who lives on his own just trying to make a life for himself, had to spend $25 just to SUBMIT. My final assignment. So think of it like this. I sell hours of my life to my work for eleven dollars an hour. I pay for my class which is about 17-18 hours of my life being sold. Then they want an additional 3 hours from me to submit what I already paid for. I hope this school goes under and the team crumbles, leaving most employees unemployed. I'd actually prefer getting hit by a semi truck on the freeway then take this course. Byu is the SHITTIEST. Online education I've ever recieved. I have the freedom of speech protecting me, so lets see if I even have that. Will I get fined for putting this comment up? My honest opinion? Stay tuned for more!
  • Always wanted to come here. The tuition doesn't cost an arm and a leg which is a plus. Also I have had a chance to see the administration on almost a daily basis bring a custodian and all. They are for the most part nice, hard-working and considerate of the students and of us custodians. Can't say that about other universities that I'm familiar with. The grounds are also well kept too. I do have my gripes (beards/shaving, etc) but overall I am glad I attend here.
  • Great Private Christian University. Terrific value! After 20 years I appreciate my 4 year BS degree in Statistics more each year. I love talking about the school, being a fan of the sports and attending the games and supporting my cougs, sending my kids to camps and attending BYU scouting powwows to learn alongside my boys for those merit badges. I support this university and am very content to continue to do so.