1. There’s something for everyone: exhibits on Relief Society history, Presidents of the Church, Book of Mormon Fiesta…
2. One exhibit, “Practicing Charity: Everyday Daughters of God,” features some striking art about the breadth and depth of womanhood and charity. Regular JI readers might remember this post, in which curator Lauren Allred Hurtado introduced the exhibit. (Not in Utah? You can see an online version of the exhibit here.)
3. Tucked away in a corner is a lovely wall featuring artwork and artifacts from Mormons and Mormon life all over the globe. This portrait of David O. McKay was my favorite: transnational Mormonism in action!
4. The museum store has some fun things for purchase, like these sister missionary figures. There’s no better time to add to your Mormon kitsch collection!
5. It closes in October 2014, for a year-long renovation. Haven’t been in a while? Great time to go visit before things are overhauled!