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Visit the beautiful temple grounds, gardens and Visitors' Center located on 10 acres near the intersection of I-5 and Hwy 217. Open daily from 9am to 9pm. The Center offers exhibits and information about faith, temples, the importance of families...more
What makes this place interesting is that I am told most Temples have no visitor area like this. To enter the Temple proper you have to be a "Temple" Mormon. Many people don't understand much about the religion. By God's grace I've had lots of...More
Stopped by this temple while on a week long road trip. The visitor center had a couple missionaries there the day we visited who were from Utah. They were pleasant to talk to and helpful in answering questions. The temple grounds were beautiful and even...More
The temple is surrounded by trees and in the fall it was beautiful with fall colors. It was raining the day we visited but the entrance has a cover and they even have umbrellas that you could take to your car and stop at the...More
Maybe this goes without saying, but this review is for the Portland Oregon Temple Visitors' Center, not the Portland Oregon Temple (many of the pictures reviewing the Vistors' Center are of the Temple, not the Visitors' Center). Anyone is welcome to go to the Visitors'...More
We took our kids to the temple and stopped in the visitors center afterward. The cute sister missionaries were so attentive and friendly. They answered all of our questions and showed us some really touching videos. It was a great experience.
We love the incredible setting of this amazing temple! It's majestic and peaceful. The visitor's center is small but there is a Christus statue and face about the LDS church. The missionaries who serve here are very kind and helpful. One came outside to take...More
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You would probably take a taxi or Uber. It is at least 30 minutes from the airport. More in traffic and maybe more just because I don't live there and know how long it really is. It is a straight-forward shot to the... More
You would probably take a taxi or Uber. It is at least 30 minutes from the airport. More in traffic and maybe more just because I don't live there and know how long it really is. It is a straight-forward shot to the airport and the temple is just barely off the freeway: I-5. Navigation would be easy but you would have to judge the time to get there. Take I-5 north and follow the signs to the airport.