The Museum of Mormon Mexican History is a private 501 c 3 organization. It is located at 1501 North Canyon Road, Provo, Utah. It is open to the general public Tuesday to Friday from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Admission is free; however, donations are welcome. The Museum is not affiliated with the LDS Church, but its founders and their ancestors have been members for 100 years. The Museum’s founders offer firesides and family home evenings by appointment.
Please see our "Contact" tab on this site for information and to contact us for tours.
Our museum has a free parking lot. We are located next to Swig.
Located directly across the street from BYU's Track and Field Complex, we are in a bustling part of Provo, between the North Park and Pleasant View neighborhoods. We are about 1.5 miles from Downtown Provo, where you will find restaurants, hotels, and the Provo City Center Temple. The nearest hospital is about a five minutes drive, as well.
Free! While there is no admission cost to our guests, we welcome any monetary donations visitors and supporters would like to make to help us keep this beautiful piece of history free and available to the public.
Please check out our "Support" tab to donate [*COMING SOON*].
Hablamos español. Nuestras exhibiciones tienen textos en inglés y español. Para más información pueden llamar o mandarnos sus preguntas por nuestra página “Plan Your Visit.”
The first floor is wheelchair accessible; however, there is no elevator to see the small exhibits on the second floor or basement.
For those with vision impairment or other needs, we offer a tablet with an A/V tour.
For those with hearing impairment, we offer take-home pamphlets for various exhibits in addition to exhibit captions. These are primarily in English.
The museum is roughly 8,000 square feet of exhibits with wide walk ways between the main floor and exhibits in the basement and 2nd floor.
No. Though our name specifically mentions Mexico, some of our galleries include information and artifacts from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in other parts of Latin America (e.g., Panama, Guatemala, Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia, to name a few) as well as in the United States of America.
Our website includes many informational pages, including links to the finding aid for the physical archival collections at the Claremont Colleges, donated by the Gomez family who founded this museum, a link to that collection's digitized items, our museum exhibits' descriptions, and a virtual tour.
For more information, see our "For Researchers" tab.
This museum is a privately run 501c3 non-profit with no official ties to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Our partners are listed at the bottom of our "Home" page.
Not at this time; however, there are some free publications available at the front desk.
“Fernando is such a sweet man and leaves a beautiful spirit behind him. He helped me feel of the faith and perseverance of many of the early Saints who established the gospel in Mexico.
Muchas gracias, Eliza Dalton”
“What a treasure! Thank you for sharing the inspiring history of the early Mexican Saints. We can all learn from their faith.” David C. Barney (CA)