Salt Lake City Attractions

Tabernacle on Temple Square
Tabernacle on Temple Square © Leon7

Temple Square

The Temple Square is the heart of Salt Lake City and the symbolic epicentre of the Mormon religion. Visitors marvel at its majestic six spires, topped by a golden statue of the Angel Moroni forming a striking silhouette against the skyline. Confirmed may enter but only for the most sacred of ceremonies, while non-believers can check out visitor centres containing religious murals, paintings and exhibits on the first Mormon pioneers. The Tabernacle houses the famous Mormon Tabernacle Choir, whose rehearsals are open to the public for free, while the Gothic-style Assembly Hall is a venue for concerts and lectures.



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