Designed by one of Brigham Young's
sons, this imposing Romanesque Tabernacle
was built between 1884 and
1889 by skilled local craftsmen.
Swiss stone masons cut and carved red sandstone
that horse and ox teams hauled from a
canyon 18 miles away. In winter, sled loads of
rock were pulled over ice across Bear Lake.
Shingles and other lumber came from nearby
forests. After a century of use, this unaltered
monument remains as a reminder of pioneer