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Temple Square

50 W North Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah 84150 USA

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Take a moment to marvel at the fact that this is an old (by American standards) and enormous marble temple in the middle of Utah’s high desert. It’s undeniably audacious when you take into consideration that it was built by pioneers who made a trek through the mountains to build it. It’s such a perfect piece of Utah history and culture and it says a lot about the people who populated the state. When you visit, you’ll find it in the middle of downtown Salt Lake City. It’s bustling and surrounded by a mall of sorts. It’s absolutely worth visiting, especially to see the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. They might have you fill something out so they can send you materials, but it’s worth it. Also, it’s a popular spot for weddings, so you’ll likely see a few going on. Remember to be respectful!

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“In downtown Salt Lake City”

Temple Square, located in beautiful downtown Salt Lake City, has all the services needed for a wonderful visit. Amazing restaurants, exquisite gardens and interesting historical sites are found on the thirty-five acre site. Four restaurants include The Roof (award winning buffet), The Garden (with a retractable roof), the Lion House Pantry (Cafeteria style dining in the Historic Home of Brigham Young) and the Nauvoo Café (fast and convenient and good) to fit every taste and budget. There are also beautifully appointed banquet rooms for weddings and special occasions. Free tours of Temple Square and most of the attractions are available.Guided tours and presentations feature historic sites, interactive exhibits, art displays, 70-mm films, parks and gardens. Also featured are the largest genealogy library of its kind in the world and the renowned Mormon Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square. Enjoy all of this in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City. Tours are available in more than 40 languages at some locations at no charge to you. Restaurants and catering facilities are available to help enhance your visit as well. Whether you are visiting for the first time or coming back to enjoy Temple Square again we welcome you!

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Reviewed by
Rocky Ratt

  • 15 Reviews
  • 15 Helpful
October 06, 2015
Rated 4.0

Though I am an atheist, I visit often just to admire the beautiful landscaping and architecture. I highly recommend visiting at least once in your life, regardless of your religious affiliation (or lack thereof).

10 people found this review helpful

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  • 12 Reviews
  • 10 Helpful
May 27, 2017
Rated 1.0

Was excited to see the Temple Square. It is beautiful but I felt very uncomfortable once there. It is so very far off from what I believe that I had to leave. It's not for me.

6 people found this review helpful

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Tatiana Danger

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July 13, 2014
Rated 3.0

There are two visitors centers here and it's totally surrounded by religious stuff. Many people who visit say it's a spiritual experience. I think the architecture is pretty damn rad. There are volunteers around to answer any questions and they're all super nice. There's a 14sq. foot replica of Jerusalem at the North Visitors Center as well as an 11ft statue of Jesus. There are more exhibits at the South Visitors Center as well, including a detailed history of the Church of Latter Day Saints.

4 people found this review helpful

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  • 2 Helpful
July 12, 2020
Rated 5.0

Beautiful place to visit. Right now a lot is closed due to construction. They have a beautiful message. Well maintained part of the city .

2 people found this review helpful

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February 29, 2020
Rated 1.0

It's pretty and all, (especially in the spring time) but STAY AWAY from the nice sister missionaries. They only teach lies based off a child molester named Joseph Smith. Kinda creepy, very cultish. But still a cute place to see, that is for sure.

2 people found this review helpful

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Derek Neuland

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July 16, 2014
Rated 3.0

I've never been to any of the religious attractions, but just walking around the square is great. Lots of awesome buildings and a great place to just hang out and enjoy the day.

2 people found this review helpful

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  • 7 Reviews
  • 1 Helpful
June 18, 2022

Temple under heavy construction but you can still visit the temple gardens and Tabernacle Choir Chapel. They have posted markers to read about the history of the Temple.

1 person found this review helpful
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October 22, 2022

Worth stopping by here, though the constructions were going on. I wanted to enter the opened buildings. A few missionary ladies offered me to watch my dogs, but I declined. One of two dogs I had was a new dog to me and wanted to make sure I've been watching her all the time (just scared of losing her by any kind of incident). The missionaries were very nice! We had a great amount of chatting.

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December 02, 2021

As of December 2021, the actual temple is completely covered in scaffolding for construction.

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July 29, 2020
Rated 3.0

The temple was under construction so we couldn’t see much.

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Temple Square

50 W North Temple
Salt Lake City, Utah
84150 USA
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