This facility is temporarily closed to in-person visitors due to COVID-19.
Artifacts exhibit is in the Conference Center
Monday-Sunday 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
60 N Temple
Salt Lake City, Utah 84150
Temple Square Artifacts Exhibit
Latter-day Saints strive to be united with each other and with Jesus Christ. Since 1847, Temple Square has been the spiritual center of a global Latter-day Saint community. This artifact exhibit provides understanding of how Latter-day Saints established a community in the Salt Lake Valley.
Some artifacts on display include:
A cane used by Church President Brigham Young to designate Temple Square as the center of the new community.
The original base and meridian stone that was placed on the southeast corner of Temple Square and has remained there for over 100 years.
Adobe brick that was used in the construction of the Temple Square wall.
A replica of the original Salt Lake Tabernacle pulpit.
A microphone used to record annual and semiannual general conferences as well as performances by The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square.
Temple Square and early Salt Lake City video footage, which includes leaders of the Church and others in the twentieth century.