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Layton Utah FamilySearch Center

The Layton FamilySearch Center, located at 915 West Gordon Avenue, in Layton, Utah is an immersive experience for the entire family to discover their story, exploring and sharing family memories as they expand the branches of their family tree.

This state-of-the-art FamilySearch Center, with 13,979 square feet, is uniquely designed with casual seating and collaboration areas, making it easy for families and youth groups to work together on laptops, iPads or other mobile devices. The center also has 142 computers, 63 of them with touch-screen monitors. The center is open to the public with resources available at no charge (a small fee is required for printing and making photocopies). The center is staffed with helpful, friendly staff members offering free assistance to patrons. Click here to learn more about the Layton FamilySearch Center.

Holiday & Event Schedule:

Click here for Holiday Closures for 2019

Closed at 3:00 PM May 8 - Missionary Meeting Salt Lake

Closed 25-27 Memorial Day Weekend'

Closed 4 July, Independence Day

Closed 24 July, Pioneer Day

What can you do at the Layton FamilySearch Center?

(click on each box for more information)

Computers and Internet Access
Premium websites
Discovery Center
Film to Digital Converter
Children's Program
Family Room
Recording Studios
VHS to DVD Converter
Green Room
Photo Scanners
Slide Scanners
Document Scanner
CD/DVD/Blueray Duplicator
Flatbed Scanner

Before you come to the FamilySearch Center, we recommend you have a account and come with your username and password. If you do not yet have a account, follow the link below to find out how to get an account.


What's new at the LaytonFamilySearch Center?[edit | edit source]

  • Due to increasing demand for classes, we no longer schedule Group Instruction for large groups. If you would like to bring a group in for a class that is offered in the evening please select the class you would like and register for the class. You may fill all of the seats. Please to not over book the class as the number shown is the number of computers available.

Family History Research News[edit | edit source]

  • FamilySearch Research Wiki: What It Can Do For You! A comprehensive video presentation explaining the Wiki, navigating it, and some especially useful pages. Case studies demonstrate using the Wiki for genealogical research. Editing and adding articles to the Wiki are covered.