Fodor's Expert Review Logan Mormon Temple

Logan Religious Building/Site/Shrine

The majestic towers remind all that this college town is also a conservative community with Mormon roots. Built on a terrace of the ancient Lake Bonneville, this impressive limestone edifice took settlers seven years to complete. The site was chosen by Brigham Young himself in 1877, and the work was directed by architect Truman O. Angell, designer of the Salt Lake temple. Like all Mormon temples, it's open only to followers of the faith but visitors may walk around the grounds.

Religious Building/Site/Shrine

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175 N. 300 E
Logan, Utah  84321, United States


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