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Watch: First official look inside the Saratoga Springs Utah Temple

It stands majestic and serene against a stunning landscape. Mount Timpanogos and Utah Lake, iconic Utah landmarks, frame its concrete shear walls and decorative band, which depicts mountains, wetlands, and snowy egrets (the logo of Saratoga Springs, a swanlike bird that symbolizes purity and is found near Utah Lake). The Saratoga Springs Utah Temple is the 179th operating temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and is now open to the public for 13 weeks.

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This sacred space, located northwest of Utah Lake in Utah County, was first announced at general conference in April 2017 by then Church President Thomas S. Monson.

Invited guests can begin tours from April 10 to 14, 2023, followed by public tours occurring April 15 to July 8, 2023. Tours will be conducted six days a week, excluding Sundays.

As a house of the Lord, this temple is entered by only the most devout Latter-day Saints after its dedication. Thus, they are eager to show the building to neighbors and friends during the open house.

At the conclusion of the open house, the Saratoga Springs Utah Temple will be dedicated in three sessions on Sunday, August 13, 2023, by President Henry B. Eyring of the First Presidency. The dedication will be broadcast to congregations throughout the area.

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You can read more and see more photos on Church Newsroom.

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