Be prepared for harassing proselytizing if you just want to take a look. The place has some history. I think it was the first built in Utah.
A stroll around the grounds and visitors' center during the Christmas season was great, even though it was unseasonably cold. Definitely would recommend that you see the special exhibits.
This was a special visit. They discuss Jesus Christ as well as provide information on family values. You can see family movies as well as church information. I loved it and will return.
The visitors center is a peaceful humbling place. It's on site at the temple and the grounds are beautiful. You can spend a few hours here.
A must for all travelers who want to understand more about Utah, particularly the early history of the beautiful southwest. Walk among the gardens and trees in a peaceful setting or sit on one of many benches and just enjoy. Beautiful Christmas lights and the nativity remind one of the Savior and His mission on earth.
The first Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (LDS) Temple built in modern times. Dedicated 6–8 April 1877. Yes It is older than the Salt Lake City Temple. If you enjoy history and architecture it's a beautiful building in a beautiful city. Do not however expect to go in the building unless you have a valid LDS Temple... More
Whether you are LDS or not a trip to the St. George Temple is a very pleasant way to spend time in St. George. You can learn the history of St. George and learn more about the LDS Religion
The simplicity, tranquility, and beauty of the St. George Temple and the temple's Visitor Center make this a must visit for any trip to St. George. Taking a few minutes out of your trip to walk the temple grounds gives you a moment to ponder upon man's relationship with God. Benches are located throughout the grounds and allow you a... More
The temple is in the heart of St. George, visible from the interstate. It is lit at night and creates quite a beautiful scene for the surrounding area. In the summer there is a bright white temple, surrounded by the green trees of the city, surrounded by the area red rocks, and surrounded yet again by the dark grays and... More
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