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I learned a lot while visiting the Kirtland Temple. The visit was packed with interesting information and presented by such kind and knowledgeable tour guides. All my questions were answered with interesting facts and I just had a good time stopping in at a spot...More
Cherie was an excellent guide for this tour of the historic temple. It appeared that all visitors in our group were members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints including a group from Brazil who didn’t speak much English. Cherie handled this...More
Interesting site at the heart of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints history. Joseph Smith Jr. founder of the LDS church made many contributions to the LDS canon of scripture, built a temple...More
We really enjoyed our tour of the Kirtland Temple and felt like the $5 fee was worth being able to go inside and view the work that the early saints put forth to dedicate a house to the Lord. As I walked through this temple,...More
We specially enjoyed the temple grounds. Very peaceful. There are outdoor benches and the grove appears to have been used for meetings. The temple was amazing. Our little tour group sang a traditional hymn at the end.
We had decided to visit traveling from our daughter's home in Toledo during February. We were blessed with fantastic weather and a beautiful sunny day. What we did not know was that the Kirtland Temple is closed during January and February for maintenance. We found...More
We decided randomly to visit the Kirtland Temple after seeing a brochure at the James A. Garfield National Historic Site (ALSO a fantastic local site). We have visited other temples previously, but had always wanted to visit Kirtland since it was the FIRST LDS temple...More
It is amazing to think that this edifice was built in the early 1800's by manual labor. I was most impressed that the wood; the structural wood, the flooring, the pews, the moldings - all the wood, was milled in the area by a waterwheel...More
We were there in February and the Temple was officially closed. But, the missionary couple in the LDS visitor's center called the maintenance man and he took us and another family on an unscheduled tour.