Discovering Great Mormon Buildings

Alpine Stake Tabernacle Detail

110 E Main Street
American Fork, UT
Built 1911
Click for Map Location of Building


3 responses

  1. Th.


    What an interesting color palette.

    August 22, 2011 at 9:10 pm

    • Yes, it’s quite the unique combination of materials. I like it up close more than from a distance. The building overall is quite nice, but not as nice as it could have been. But maybe I’m just turned off by all the yellow brick. Although, I have yet to get inside the building, so that could change my opinion.

      August 23, 2011 at 6:31 pm

  2. Dave Lewis

    I grew up attending this building for stake conferences, graduations from seminary as well as other occasions playing the Austin Organ that is inside as well for many of these events. I haven’t been inside for several years, but the last I was there it had been remodeled /”updated” without too much care to the history of the building other than making it look like a 1990s building with the choice of finishes. The organ is in severe disrepair too. I understand there has been some work on the building and the organ is slated for some too preparing for the building’s 100th anniversary.

    March 4, 2015 at 10:17 am

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