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The Tabernacle, Salt Lake City

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  • This is a must-see when in SLC! Beautiful building with fantastic acoustics. Try to catch either the Tabernacle Choir or an organ recital. Entrance is free. Highly recommended. 
    This is a must-see when in SLC! Beautiful building with fantastic acoustics. Try to catch either the Tabernacle Choir or an organ recital. Entrance is free. Highly recommended.  more »
  • Attended the noon organ recital and the Thursday night choir rehearsal. Both were awe inspiring. During the organ recital the organist brought the eleven thousand pipe organ to life. Attended the.....  more
    Attended the noon organ recital and the Thursday night choir rehearsal. Both were awe inspiring. During the organ recital the organist brought the eleven thousand pipe organ to life. Attended the.....  more »
  • This was a highlight of our trip. We loved coming to hear the organ recital at lunch and then realised from the leaflet that on Thursdays you can also hear the choir rehearsing in the evening. We... 
    This was a highlight of our trip. We loved coming to hear the organ recital at lunch and then realised from the leaflet that on Thursdays you can also hear the choir rehearsing in the evening. We...  more »
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  • I have attended several moving events at the Tabernacle, all centered around music. The architecture is stunning. My favorite visit so far started with an invitation from two wonderful Missionary sisters. If you find yourself visiting Temple Square seek out Missionary sisters. They may have Time to join you at an event at the Tabernacle. The event that tops my list so far is the monthly 30 minute concert broadcast throughout the world preformed by the Mormon Tabernacle Choir. The sisters were able to get very good seats so I could get fully engaged with the music. This is a very important building for the Members of the Church of Jesus Christ, the Latter Day Saints. Take a tour and find out why.
  • Five stars? How about all the stars… we happened to show up in time for the noon organ recital. With just a handful of us there, It felt like a private concert on one of the world‘s great musical instruments. It literally brought tears to my eyes Look, no matter what your faith tradition or beliefs this is truly a wonder. Visit Temple Square, walk the tabernacle … amazing place… oh and the docents are friendly and knowledgeable. Say hello.
  • No need for tickets. There are sisters everywhere to help guide you and answer any questions. They offer tours as well. All free of charge. The Temple is currently closed until 2025. But the Tabernacle and Convention Center are open to the public, as well as Temple Square. The Tabernacle offers an organ recital at 12 PM. Doors open at 11:50 am. Very clean restrooms. Bring drinks because no food or drinks are available.
  • Got to play this organ (though per copyrights, I can’t post videos or pictures of me)—beautiful sound and great staff to help! Listened to Valerie Hawes play and she rocked the roof off. Great missionaries helping out and wonderful spirit here.
  • Love coming here to visit! Such a beautiful spirit. The missionaries are all wonderful and so fun to talk with. Wonderful to learn about the gospel and see all the changes happening around Temple Square.

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