Historic Site, Plaza, Landmark
- If are ever in Salt Lake City, Temple Square is well worth your time to visit. It would be easy to take a whole day.
- Make sure to tour the visitor's centers. They're open to the public and are very uplifting places to be. The South center has a scaled replica of the inside of the temple - very interesting.
- Ask to see the golden plates!
- Visit Temple Square during the holiday season. Lights are turned on at dusk and turned off at 10 p.m. on Temple Square. The light display ends on New Year's Eve.
- Take a free tour with the Sister missionaries. Great visitor centers. Check out the Tabernacle and the Conference Center and the Family History Library at the Joseph Smith Memorial Building.
- You can bet that at any given time you can walk around Temple Square and find at least one bride and groom.
- Take a tour through any of the many visitors centers on Temple Square! There is some incredible stuff there!
- Christmas lights at Temple Square are heavenly! The gardens are beautiful all year round but at Christmas and Spring they are amazing.
- The 15th most popular tourist attraction in the U.S. and one of the greatest examples of neo-gothic architecture in the new world. http://www.ldschurchtemples.com/saltlake/
- Go to the fourth floor of the Joseph Smith Memorial Building, step out of the elevator, and you will find a large map of the world, with photos of every temple in the world, with buttons and lights.
- Come see the Mormon Tabernacle Choir perform every Sunday from 9:30 - 10:00 am. Admission is free, and you get to be a part of the longest running network broadcast in the world.
- I love this area in the spring, there are so many beautiful tulips and daffodils emerging.
- The model of the temple is way cool
- Check out the Deseret Book store across S. Temple during Christmas & get a free Gingerbread cookie & the window display is cool too!
- a place to to learn about the lds church or just walk around and enjoy the beauty of temple square
- We dare you to find out how many rooms are in the log house in the Museum of Church History and Art in Temple Square. After that we dare you to have your photo taken pretending to sleep in the ship's
- Everyone here is so friendly.
- Went to Temple Square from Logan to see the Christmas lights with grandchildren. It was very beautiful scenery and great Nativity Production.
- Talk to some of the hosts for great history on the religion