Temple Square in an iconic part of downtown Salt Lake City, and Utah. In fact, it's one of the most popular tourist destinations in the state!
Temple Square is home to a number of historic buildings, some even dating back to the late 1800s! Here, you can enjoy all the museums, libraries, and experiences that Temple Square has to offer you. It's the perfect place to not only embrace what Salt Lake City is all about, but you can experience the history of 19th-century Utah, as you explore museums and libraries, discovering the beauty of Temple Square, with free tours!
The Salt Lake Temple is the most iconic of landmarks within Temple Square, and the ultimate symbol for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
For Church members, the Salt Lake Temple is considered a sacred place for worship, with a purpose to help "all of God’s children come closer to Jesus Christ". Whether you are religious or not, the church is beautiful, and it's always fascinating to learn about other cultures, beliefs and religions to understand them.
The temple is located on Main Street between North and South Temple in Salt Lake City, Utah on Temple Square.
Then you have the Salt Lake Tabernacle, which was designed for large gatherings and events. Construction began in 1863 and completed in 1867. It is here that you will find the iconic 11,623-pipe organ as a backdrop and it's incredible to see!
Don't miss a visit to the Church History Museum which offers interactive and engaging experiences for all to discover the history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. With free entry, the museum also offers experiences highlighting the spiritual, artistic, and cultural legacies of Latter-day Saints all around the world. Here you can find exhibits including films, interactive media, fine art, historical artifacts, as well as demonstrations, and activities for kids of all ages!
The museum is in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah, across from the west gates of Temple Square!
A fascinating day out in Salt Lake City, with some incredibly beautiful buildings too!
Parking is available at the Conference Center parking facility. The entrance is on West Temple by the Conference Center. Enter in the center of the street.Get directions
Grab something to eat in the area, there are plenty of places!
Opening times for individual attractions such as the Museum and store vary, so check online!
There is a Museum Store where you can pick up items related to the Temple and Salt Lake City
Wheelchair access is provided to all the facilities on Temple Square except the Beehive House. Wheelchairs are available free of charge for visitors and can be checked out at the Joseph Smith Memorial Building and at the Conference Center.
There are 5 blocks of sites and places to visit, so wear comfortable walking shoes!