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This place of worship is recognized as one of the true pioneer landmarks of the West and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In 1889, this Romanesque Mormon tabernacle was constructed of red sandstone that had to be transported by wagon or sled from a quarry 18 miles away. A free, self-guided tour reveals intricate wood ceilings and stone carvings. A small museum houses heirlooms and objects of art left by the homesteaders. Guided tours are also available.

Location

Southeastern Idaho, SW of Montpelier at Paris

Directions

Main St. in Paris

Nearest City

Paris

Street Address

109 S Main St
Paris ID, 83261

Mailing Address

109 S Main St
Paris ID, 83261

Seasons

Summer

Hours

Memorial Day-Labor Day, 9:30am-5:30pm daily

Fees

Free

Facilities

Parking

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