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Due to COVID-19, the BYU Library is currently only open to BYU students and faculty and is closed to community patrons. We continue to offer live webinars and other online content to assist in your research. You may also contact us for virtual assistance with family history.
- Access to billions of records not accessible at home
- Scanning photos, slides, and other memories
- Family history classes*
- Personalized research assistance*
- Group reservations for YSAs and other groups*
- Library tours
*Currently the library is open for BYU students and faculty only, Monday-Saturday, closed Sundays. We are offering classes and research assistance only virtually. There are no group reservations at this time.
Are you planning on using our facilities to scan documents or photos? Click here for our Scanner Help page.
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Directions & Map
The BYU Family History Library is located inside the Harold B. Lee Library on BYU campus.
There is Visitor Parking at the Museum of Art, located on the northeast side of campus.
To get there, take Bulldog Blvd. heading east. You will pass under two pedestrian bridges; drive until you come to the Visitor Parking Booth. A security guard will direct you to park on the right. The farther south you park, the shorter your walk will be. There is handicapped parking close to the entrance of the Museum of Art. We are located on the second floor. Walk down the first flight of steps and turn right. Go through the glass doors with a sign above it marked Religion/Family History – American Heritage.
Walking to the Library
Once you have parked, take the sidewalk on the right side of the Museum of Art. Heading south, walk forward until you see the glass Atrium. We are located on the second floor, walk down the first flight of steps and turn right. Go through the glass doors (There’s a sign above it marked Religion/Family History – American Heritage). Our department is at the end of the hall.