Salt Lake City Cemetery: Where Mormon history lives

It’s a good dating stop for Mormon couples, a fun setting for LDS family home evenings and a classroom for living history.

Especially around Pioneer Day.

at’s because the 120-acre Salt Lake City Cemetery — a quiet, natural sanctuary in the Avenues neighborhood — is home to some of Utah’s and Mormonism’s most notable (and notorious) dead since Brigham Young declared Deseret to be, well, the right place.

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