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Mormon Pioneer Cemetery

3215 State St, Omaha, NE 68112-1703
+1 402-453-9372
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Somber

This is a well kept cemetery with a monument and statue dedicated to many members of The Church of... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Go2theZoo
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Layton, Utah
Good LDS Church history visit

This place, the adjacent visitor's center, and temple, make this a must see for those of the LDS... read more

Reviewed 17 July 2017
markcT4580HR
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Ogden, Utah
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3215 State St, Omaha, NE 68112-1703
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+1 402-453-9372
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a well kept cemetery with a monument and statue dedicated to many members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who lost their lives at what was called Winter Quarters Nebraska. There is a monument detailing what happened at this site...More

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Reviewed 17 July 2017

This place, the adjacent visitor's center, and temple, make this a must see for those of the LDS (Mormon) faith. I think those not of the LDS faith will also find historical value in visiting this site.

Thank markcT4580HR
Reviewed 11 May 2017

Very interesting place to see and be able to stand where the founding fathers of Nebraska started! A lot of info!!

1  Thank C2317TYbarbaram
Reviewed 6 March 2017

Witness glimpses of the great "Mormon Migration" as you walk beside a covered wagon, pull a handcart, climb in the bunks on a steam ship, and imagine a railroad journey. Exhibits also explore the expulsion from Nauvoo, the crossing of Iowa, and temporary settlements in...More

1  Thank stjoe14
Reviewed 27 January 2017

In our travels, my wife and I have visited many historical cemeteries from Arlington to Gettysburg to VIcksburg to Hollywood in Richmond, Virginia. Add the Mormon Pioneer Cemetery to the list. Located at 3215 State Street in present-day Florence at the north end of Omaha,...More

2  Thank Taylor B
Reviewed 24 January 2017

i used to walk by this every day on the way to school and I just now know what that monument was for.

1  Thank CaribbeanFan79
Reviewed 18 January 2017

This is a great stop if coming through Omaha. Great historical story and beautiful Cemetery next to Mormon Church.

1  Thank Tammy B
Reviewed 10 September 2016

We are so glad we got to visit here. A very sacred place indeed. Especially when you think of the hardships these great pioneer folks endured and the sacrifice they made! A must see when in the area!

1  Thank Vicki A
Reviewed 1 September 2016

The site is very clean, a smooth operation: you are greeted by a Mormon missionary who escorts you around the museum. The visit begins with a 15-minue video about the Mormons and their historic trek across Nebraska in 1846-7. The missionary did ask us whether...More

Thank Janet1937
Reviewed 24 March 2016

We saw the cemetery as part of a visit to the nearby museum. This is a really interesting touch of true American history and a reminder of how hard it was for those pioneer folks trying to get to Utah and stopped by the cold....More

1  Thank rocde
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