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St. George Temple

440 S. 300 East, St. George, UT
+1 435-673-5181
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Not open due to a fire

We were very interested to visit this beautiful temple that we could see in the distance but after... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Jan K
Salem, Ohio, United States
Landmark LDS temple of St. George, Utah; not open to general public

Dedicated on April 6, 1877, the St. George Utah Temple is the first operating temple of the LDS... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
Akisato S
Clearfield, Utah
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440 S. 300 East, St. George, UT
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Reviewed 3 days ago

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 6 days ago

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 2 weeks ago

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 3 weeks ago 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
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Small place. You cannot get inside. There is Visitors center where they will tell you all information about the Temple and Mormons but be prepared to spend some time listening...

Thank onova2014
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

We were warned by a friend that unless you are a member of the church then we would be unable to go inside. Since we aren't members then we settled for outside photos and the visitor center. We were met almost immediately by one of...More

Thank Liz S
Reviewed 6 November 2017

You can see the St. George temple from I-15 as you drive past the city. It's a beautiful building with a lovely visitor center. It's well worth the time to get off the freeway and stop for a visit. The visitor center is staffed by...More

Thank Go2theZoo
Reviewed 29 October 2017

The temple is very impressive..we visited on a gorgeous day and the white stone was beautiful contrast to the crystal blue sky. It is well worth a look if you are near- just dont expect to be in and out without sone of the vlounteers...More

1  Thank Angieswim
Reviewed 21 October 2017 via mobile

Lovely temple! Visitor center is nice to visit too with movies. Quiet calm place with lots of history surrounding the building

Thank Stephanie H
Reviewed 20 October 2017

Non-Mormons are not allowed inside the temple, but the exterior appearance and well maintained grounds are worth a visit. The visitors' center gives good information on the history of rhe Mormon church in the area but is not a "must see" unless you're particularly interested....More

Thank GVancouver
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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