Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake City
About Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake City
Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake City - Address, Phone Number
Address: 50, West North Temple Street Salt Lake City, Utah 84150-0701, United States
Timings: 06:00 am - 07:00 pm Details
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The epicentre of culture in Salt Lake City, the Salt Lake Temple is perhaps the city’s most popular monument. The temple is built as the church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, the presiding deity of the Mormon religion. The biggest LDS temple in terms of area, the monument took 40 years to complete. The centre piece of the iconic temple square, the Salt Lake Temple is the most visited monument in the city. Even though there are no public tours inside the temple, you will find visitors admiring its ornate facade from the adjoining grounds. The temple is oriented towards Jerusalem and evokes elements from Solomon Temple. The architecture of the temple is based on the Romanesque and Baroque styles of design and invokes a sense of awe and admiration in the visitors. The Temple has become the symbol of Salt Lake City and has attracted many a bedazzled travellers over the years.
Salt Lake Temple Opening and Closing Hours
- Endowment sessions on Monday- 7 am to 10 am.
How To reach Salt Lake Temple by Public Transport
- Nearest Bus Stop: North Temple St @ 20 E(Buses 3, 6, 200, 209, 307, 320, 451, 453, 454, 455, 460, 461, 462, 463, 470, 471, 472, 473, 500, 516).
- State St @ 41 N (11, 200, 209, 307, 320, 451, 453, 454, 455, 460, 461, 462, 463, 470, 471, 472, 473, 500, 516).
Restaurants Near Salt Lake Temple
- The Roof Restaurant
- The Garden Restaurant
- Nauvoo Cafe
- Lion House Pantry
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Was married to a devout Mormon for 13+ years. I thought it would be nice to get a tour of the temple when we went to visit her family in SLC but was told that there was absolutely NO way because I would not give the cult 10% of my hard earned salary plus two other requirements that I don't recall at the moment. I also asked ( or axed, if your black ), if I could see the "Golden Plates/Scripts", or even a picture of them that the church claims to have in the temple but instead I was shown a cartoon image of them from one of the cult missionaries. Oh well, the temple is beautiful at Christmas, for sure.
The Salt Lake Temple is an astounding architectural feat and a beautiful place to visit. The grounds surrounding the temple are pristine, which shows how respectful visitors are to this site. Regardless of your faith, it's a wonderful cultural experience to gaze upon the intricate towers and meet kind greeters who are happy to help answer any of your questions. Pro Tips: - Dress modestly to show respect to this important religious site - If you are curious about the Tabernacle's history, the greeters are happy to help - Visit at dusk to see how the sunset affects the already breathtaking backdrop of the Temple
Beautiful, and very peaceful place. We only had about 1-2 hour to soak in the AWESOMENESS but it was enough to enjoy the grounds and review some church history. The visitors center closed early but we were able to walk around the grounds until 10pm. We than walked to get late night good at the Cheesecake factory. It was a wonderful experience. Next time we will also visit the Catholic Cathedral that was nearby.
The most beautiful building in all of Utah, reflecting the very best in workmanship of the 19th century and the high ideals of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. This building is a religious masterpiece. The interior is as beautiful as the exterior and the grounds. Although only practicing Mormons are permitted inside, there is a nice miniature showing the interior of the temple in a vistor center just south of the temple. I am partial to the Salt Lake Temple because I was married there; the staff of the temple was so gracious and accommodating to us. Stunning views of the temple from all angles and all times of year--one of the most photogenic buildings in the western United States.
I would recommend ALL people to come and experience the majesty of this beautiful temple. The outside inspires awe and wonder. Over 100 years ago, Mormon pioneers came to this place, and built this building. They toiled and labored many long years to build this structure by hand. I would recommend all come and see what devotion these Latter Day Saints put into such a majestic home built to the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.
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