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Salt Lake City Geneaology Tour
"Visit all the great buildings on Temple Square; Tabernacle that was built in 1867 Visitors Center Genealogy Church Museum and the Joseph Smith Memorial Building which was originally built as a hotel in 1909-1911 which was the biggest Hotel west of the Mississippi.Next you will be guided through the family search building where the bulk of your tour will be. You will be we guarantee you will leave satisfied and want to come back for more. Before or after the Genealogy Tour you may have time catch a daily Organ Recitals in the tabernacle at 12 pm and in the Conference Center at 2 pm ( we try to cater each tour aroun""
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Tabernacle Choir Tour Thursday Night
"Hotel Pick up 5:00-5:30/ Enjoy the temple grounds before or after dinnerVisit all the great buildings on Temple Square; Tabernacle that was built in 1867 Visitors Center Genealogy Library Church Museum and the Joseph Smith Memorial Building which was originally built as a hotel in 1909-1911 which was the biggest Hotel west of the Mississippi. Enjoy dinner at any restaurant of your choice The Roof Restaurant The Garden
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Salt Lake City Scavenger Hunt Adventure
"The adventure begins at the Union Pacific Depot and takes you on a well-designed course among historic monuments down through the streets of Salt Lake City among great artwork through Temple Square and up to the Capitol building. The tour requires approximately 2.5 miles of walking with numerous stops along the route to complete challenges and decipher clues. The game software tracks team points and posts the final score to a city leaderboard for those with a competitive edge. Using a smart phone as “the guide” allows parti leaving time to stop to grab a bite or simply enjoy the scenery. Great for families friends and those ready to have fun while seeing the city! Please note that pricing is per individual but your team must book together. One voucher is valid for your team of 2-5 people. Buy Three
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Mormon Temple

Contruction began just four days after entering the Salt Lake Valley when Brigham Young declared, "Here we will build the temple of our God." Six years later construction began in 1853. They carried...
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Yaqui
Jul 17, 2009

the house that Brigham built

It should come with little surprise that Brigham Young marked the location for the Salt Lake Temple a few days after arriving in the valley forty-six years before it was completed. The man, after all,...
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richiecdisc
Dec 19, 2009

Mormon Temple

On my first night, there was a storm coming in at sunset, and I got this shot of the temple against the storm clouds to the east. I know that non-Mormons cannot go into the temple itself, and I was...
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grandmaR
Jun 17, 2005

Salt Lake Temple

This building, dedicated towards the end of the 19th century, is the home of the Latter Day Saints. Its original design was conceived in part, by Brigham Young himself. It is the chief religious...
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roamer61
Oct 30, 2016

Temple of Latter Day Saints

Mecca, Rome and Jerusalem all rolled into one big Mormon edifice. The LDS Temple is indisputably the largest attraction for visitors to Salt Lake City who travel across the globe to find the Latter...
maryellen50
Apr 19, 2006

Salt Lake City Mormon Temple

Salt Lake City Mormon TempleSo what if you aren’t Mormon I am not and I still enjoyed this stunning piece of architecture. The second you step onto the lot where this beautiful building lay you will...
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jenna24
Aug 25, 2002

Go to Temple Square!

Temple Dedication: April 6, 1893 by Wilford Woodruff. Site: 10 acres selected July 28, 1847, by Brigham Young. Exterior Finish: Quartz monzonite (similar to granite) quarried from Little Cottonwood...
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aussie79
Aug 24, 2002

Historic Temple Square

The centerpiece of this beautifully landscaped 10-acre plot of ground in the heart of downtown Salt Lake is the six-spired Salt Lake Temple. Also located on the Square is the domed Tabernacle, home of...
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spartan
Jul 15, 2003

Huge Churches

IF you are ever in salt lake city be sure to check out some of the churches ...they have huge and beatiful cathedrals...there is also on one of the eastern mountains a huge statue on top of...
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puravida21
Sep 14, 2004

Other Mormon sites near Temple Square

Other famous Mormon site near Temple Square include the Eagle Gate, The Lion House the Beehive House.The Lion and Beehive house were residences of Brigham Young.
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Jim_Eliason
Apr 04, 2011

Other Mormon sites near Temple Square

Other famous Mormon site near Temple Square include the Eagle Gate, The Lion House and the Beehive House.The Lion and Beehive house were residences of Brigham Young.
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Jun 23, 2013
 
 
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Things to Do Near Salt Lake City

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Joseph Smith Blg.

The Hotel Utah was the finest hotel between Denver and San Francisco from 1911 to the early 80's. Everyone who was anyone stayed here when they came to Salt Lake. With white gloved porters, fine...
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Beehive House

This house was built by Brigham Young in 1853/54 as his home and office. He lived there until his death in 1877. Its name comes from the Mormon symbol of the Beehive which means industry. The house...
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Family History Library

The Family History library has been helping people search out their ancestors since 1894. Since 1985 it has been in this location just west of Temple Square. It is said to be the largest single...
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Temple Square

Temple Square is the religious capital of the Mormon Religion, and it's from here that a world wide missionary operation is directed. The secretive temple can't be easily visited but it's very...
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Tabernacle Choir

Every Sunday morning, at 0930, you can view a live broadcast of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. The broadcast goes out live, or taped delay, all over the world. They ask that you be in your seats by...
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Trolley Square

Trolley Square is just a commercialized modification of something that was once great. It's full of chain fashion stores and chain restaurants. It's now a shopping mall, but it was once where the...
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