Provo City Center Temple

The Location

The Provo City Center Temple in Provo, Utah has a wonderful, old fashioned architectural vibe. Fun fact! - It was originally built in 1883 and acted as a tabernacle. In 2010, the building caught fire and the interior was completely ruined. The building was then gutted and turned into a temple for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in 2016.
Please note that this IS private property but the grounds are open to the public.

Tips From Other Creatives In The Tribe

The temple sits in the middle of Provo, surrounded by businesses and busy streets. The weekends are crowded with wedding parties, especially between April-October. You must have a recommend to enter the buildings. You are also not allowed to take photos or video inside the buildings.

More Information

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Church of Jesus Christ

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Space Type: Public (free)
Capacity (People): 500
Food Allowed?:
Yes
No
Children Allowed?:
Yes
No
Animals Allowed?:
Yes
No
Smoking Allowed?:
Yes
No
Amount of Privacy: Not Private

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