Nauvoo Pageant Celebrates Early LDS History

  • 5-30 July 2011
5-30 July 2011
Eastern United States and Canada

Narrated from the viewpoint of Parley P. Pratt, the Nauvoo Pageant emphasizes the prophetic mission of Joseph Smith and honors the sacrifice, faith, and courage of the Saints who built a city and a temple to their God.

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  • The Nauvoo Pageant will be showing July 5–30, excluding Sundays and Mondays.
  • Admission is free and tickets are not required.

The Nauvoo Pageant, which celebrates the restored gospel, the prophetic mission of Joseph Smith, and the legacy of early Latter-day Saints, will be held at Mulholland Street and Main Street, Nauvoo, Illinois, USA, on July 5-30, 2011, excluding Sundays and Mondays. Performances begin at 8:30 p.m.

Historical vignettes will be performed by pageant actors in Old Nauvoo during the daytime throughout these weeks, and an 1840s-style country fair will be held at the pageant site at 7:00 p.m. before each performance.

Admission is free, tickets are not required, and no reservations are necessary.

For more information, please visit Nauvoo Pageant website or call 217-453-2429.