The visitors’ center was first opened in November 1983 and was closed for nearly two years during the remodeling and expansion. The center is more than 19,000 square feet, the third largest temple visitors’ center out of more than a dozen such facilities in the Church, after Temple Square in Salt Lake City and a visitors’ center in Washington, D.C. Visitors’ centers exist not only to acquaint people with the Church but also to help them understand its beliefs. The Church operates visitors’ centers throughout the world, usually located near a temple or Church historic site.
More than 20,000 guests have visited The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ Mexico City Temple Visitors’ Center since it reopened to the public on 23 November 2013.
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