Salt Lake City's most iconic site: the Mormon Temple

Temple Square remains the heart of the city, a walled, 35-acre district which is home to some 20 spots related to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (aka the Mormons). including the iconic, towering Salt Lake Temple (above, though only the grounds are visitable for non-Mormons, not the interior), the Mormon Tabernacle (home of course to the world-famous Mormon Tabernacle Choir); the Assembly Hall (with free concerts daily);  the 1911 Joseph Smith Memorial Building; the Deuel Pioneer Log Home (one of just two cabins remaining from the original 1847 settlers); the multimedia Museum of Church History and Art; City Creek Park; and Beehive House of towering Mormon historic figure Brigham Young;  Varioius free guided or self-guided walking tours are available, bookable by phone or e-mail.





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