|The North Visitors' Center|
The north visitor's center has 3 levels. The main floor features scenes from the Bible. There is a large model of the city of Jerusalem that highlights important scenes from the life of Jesus. Huge LDS murals depicting major events in his life including his birth and the Triumphal Entry hang along the wall. There are also missionaries giving tours at the main desk.
|The interactive map of Jerusalem|
|Our one year old loved all the pictures of Jesus.|
In the basement of the north visitor's center, you'll find several displays. There is a section focusing on the LDS church's humanitarian efforts. There is a large section about prophets, Joseph Smith the Mormon prophet, and the Book of Mormon. There are interactive displays with answers to questions and stories from the Book of Mormon, too. Dad's favorite display on Temple Square is the Book of Mormon translations found here. He likes to read the names of the languages and find the languages he doesn't recognize. Later, he looks them up to see where they are spoken. (Mam this time, which is a Mayan language spoken in parts of Mexico).
|The huge bible pictures|
|The Humanitarian display|
|Most of the displays also have short videos to watch.|
|Book of Mormons in many languages|
|South Visitors' Center|
|A look inside the temple|
|The history of building the Salt Lake Temple|
|The Salt Lake Temple via the South Visitors' Center|
|The Assembly Hall|