Come closer to Christ and learn more about what happened here.
In the early 1800's Palmyra, New York was bursting with the promise of growth and prosperity.
In 1828 it added a new three story building to its bustling business district.
That structure was known as Thayer and Grandin's Row.
It was not the excellence of its construction or its striking facade that would give it a place in history
but rather, it was the fact that two young men, Joseph Smith Jr.,
the founder of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and Egbert B. Grandin,
an aspiring young publisher, signed a contract to publish a book, entitled the Book of Mormon.
The year of their agreement was 1829. Through the ensuing years many alterations were made to the building.
Now, that part of the building owned by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has been restored to the way it was in the late 1820's.
On March 26, 1998, the anniversary of the first printing of the Book of Mormon in 1830, the restored part of the building was dedicated. Visitors are invited to come to this Historic Site, see the building, the printing presses and observe the printing sequence in the room where the printing of the Book of Mormon actually took place. The visitor will also be able to walk through the bindery and into the store where the Book of Mormon was first sold.
Free guided tours daily.
Sunday, 12PM - 9PM
Monday - Saturday, 9AM - 9PM
Media Library for the Book of Mormon Publication SIte
What a great, educational experience. We loved learning about The publication of the Book of Mormon, as well as the historic printing techniques involved.Sam S - Utah
It was really neat to see everything that went into printing in those days. I love to learn all the ways the Lord prepared the way for the restoration of the gospel.S. Hall - NY
One of my favorite sites in Palmyra is the Grandin building, where they do such an interesting presentation.Eileen - NY
These sites are wonderful! I could really feel the Spirit!Jacob W.