Temple Square Itinerary

One Day Itinerary

Temple Square is a 10-acre complex in Salt Lake City, Utah that is home to several important religious and historical sites, as well as several visitor centers.

Here is a one-day itinerary for experiencing

Temple Square:
Begin your day by visiting the Salt Lake Temple. This is the most sacred building in the complex, and it is not open to the public. However, you can take a self-guided tour of the grounds, which include the beautiful gardens and fountains.

Next, visit the Joseph Smith Memorial Building, which was once the Hotel Utah. This building houses a number of exhibits and displays about the history of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). You can also watch films about the life Jesus Christ, and of Joseph Smith, the founder of the LDS Church.

After that, head to the Church History Museum, which is located next to the Joseph Smith Memorial Building. Here, you can learn about the early history of the LDS Church and see a variety of artifacts and documents related to the Church's history.

After visiting the museum, take a break and grab a bite to eat at one of the nearby restaurants, such as the Lion House Pantry or the Roof Restaurant.

In the afternoon, visit the Family History Library, which is located across the street from Temple Square. Here, you can research your genealogy and learn about your ancestors.

Finally, end your day by attending a performance at the Conference Center, which is located on the north end of Temple Square. The Conference Center is home to a 21,000-seat auditorium where you can see concerts, plays, and other performances. Nearby attractions within a few blocks of Temple Square include the City Creek Center, a shopping mall, and the Salt Lake City Public Library.

There are also several hotels and bed and breakfasts withinwalking distance of Temple Square.

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