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St. George Temple

440 S. 300 East, St. George, UT
+1 435-673-5181
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Absolutely Beautiful!

This is a beautiful white religious building in the middle of a red rock city. The grounds are... read more

Reviewed yesterday
St. George, Utah
Gorgeous temple to visit

This LDS Temple is one of the older ones currently operating, having been dedicated in 1877. Even... read more

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440 S. 300 East, St. George, UT
+1 435-673-5181
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Reviewed yesterday

This is a beautiful white religious building in the middle of a red rock city. The grounds are spotless and peaceful. What a wonderful piece of beauty to have in the middle of a tourist city in southern Utah!

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Reviewed 1 week ago

This LDS Temple is one of the older ones currently operating, having been dedicated in 1877. Even in January when they can't have flowers in their gardens, they've got interesting cabbages planted to give the grounds some beauty. It would be really pretty to visit...More

Thank maserk
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The grounds are nice. The visitors center has different exhibits. The history is interesting. We love to see the temple.

Thank 451Disneyland
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Our kids have enjoyed visiting the baptistry wile my wife and I did an endowment session. We love the history behind the building of this temple and enjoy the pioneer heritage in its craftsmanship

Thank Kepi H
Reviewed 18 December 2017

My wife and I stopped by here just wanting to take a walk around the exterior, not being members of the church we knew we would not be allowed inside. The exterior is stunning to look at, there is a visitor center on the grounds...More

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Reviewed 18 December 2017

We spent an hour here just walking around the Temple grounds enjoying the serenity and peacefulness and the beauty of the area and the Temple itself. We didn't even take any tours or go in the visitors center because it was just too peaceful walking...More

Thank Richard_from_Utah
Reviewed 14 December 2017

We were very interested to visit this beautiful temple that we could see in the distance but after checking on the internet, we found that it was temporarily closed due to a fire. Disappointed! Maybe next time!

Thank Jan K
Reviewed 12 December 2017

Dedicated on April 6, 1877, the St. George Utah Temple is the first operating temple of the LDS Church following the church's forced exodus from Nauvoo, Illinois. The temple for St. George was announced on November 9, 1871, by Brigham Young, then president of the...More

Thank Akisato S
Reviewed 30 November 2017

We managed to observe the beautiful grounds outside without any interaction with the church. If we had more time it would be worthwhile to make it through the visitor center and learn more.

Thank LolaDelaney
Reviewed 25 November 2017 via mobile

Nice place to walk around to see some local history. The pioneer heritage in the area is amazing. Make sure to go visit the other historical sites. Cool to see.

Thank Michael B
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12 February 2015|
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Response from Kurt C | Reviewed this property |
I work in the Phoenix Temple and the answer there is "no", they will provide names. However, St. George may do things differently. Also, their schedules may be different. You may want to check for information on their... More