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Mountain Meadow Massacre Memorial, St. George

(4.2/5 based on 90 reviews on the web)
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  • Interesting site showing how brutal the white LDS men were to other white men, women, and children. Not a lot to see but a lot to consider.  more »
  • We drove up Hwy 18 to the Massacre Memorial today. I suggest taking a jacket, hat, and gloves if the day is anything like today was. The elevation is higher and it was windy and cold at the memorial, ...  more »
  • Hadn't heard of this site and happened to see the sign as I was driving down US 18. Nice walk up the hill with informational signs.  more »
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  • Interesting place and nice to visit once. There isn't a while lot to see but I loved being able to put the stories with a place. Easy to access even for wheelchairs and elderly. Read the stories before you go and it will mean more to see the place.
  • Nice memorial for a terrible event in Mormon history. Glad for monuments to learn and remember.
  • Holy Disturbing site! Visited MMM with my wife's family and had a few history buffs that filled in the rest of us with the events surrounding MMM. I'm surprised at how well this history has been correlated out of the church. This is the most disturbing mormon site I've visited. It sparked quite a bit of controversy in the group, and some really good discussion. A site you don't want to miss, whether you are a true believing mormon, an exmo, or someone fascinated with western history.
  • Very humbling feeling being here and knowing what happened. Sad story.
  • Very peaceful place and Beautiful.