Monday, April 1, 2013



Address: Located just off of 800 North and 400 East. The Demonstration Gardens are just northeast of the Botany Pond (right behind the Plant Science Lab on 870 North and 500 East) Also visit a beautiful walkway and waterfall near the Centennial Carillon Bell Tower (South of 1430 North 650 East)

Phone Number: (801) 422 - 0271

Hours: Anytime?

Cost: Free?

Address: 645 E. 1430 N. Provo, UT

10:00 am to 9:00 pm Monday - Friday
10:00 am to 5:00 pm Saturday
Closed Sundays

Cost: Free?

Address: 500 Campus Dr, Provo, UT 84602
Phone:(801) 422-8287

1683 North Canyon Road, Provo, UT 84602

Hours of Operation
Mon-Fri: 9:00am – 5:00pm
Extened "Family Night" hours Monday: 6:00pm – 9:00pm
Sat & Sun: Closed

100 E 700 N, Provo, UT 84606
(801) 422-0020

Hours of Operation
Semester Hours
Mon, Weds, Fri 9-5
Tues, Thurs 9-7
Closed on Holidays 

275 E Center St, Provo, UT 84606
(801) 377-7777

Daughter of Utah Pioneers Museum

Franklin S. Harris Fine Arts Center (link to see upcoming events)

Brigham Young University, East Campus Drive and Heritage Hall Drive
Provo, UT 84602
Phone: (801) 422-7664

Hope Gallery

Mormon Art & Bronze Gallery

Museum of Mormon Mexican History

Utah's Museum of National Award Vehicles

NuSkin Headquarters - Tours

Reed O. Smoot House

Address: S 200 E St, Provo, UT 84606

The Reed Smoot House, located at 183 East and 100 South, was originally built in 1892 for Reed Smoot, a Provo businessman who later became a U.S. senator. Smoot himself drew the first designs for the house, and Richard K.A. Kletting completed the design. The house cost over four thousand dollars to complete. "Victorian Eclectic in design, it is a Stately, solid, early Mormon square block home with some Victorian exuberance displayed in the detailing. The home is linked with Utah's early political and religious history, and is the site of several visits from U.S. presidents in the early twentieth century (Historic Provo p. 20)." This house was nominated to be named to the Provo City Landmark Register on April 28, 1995.

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