The Provo City Center LDS Temple open house, which provides a full temple tour, will begin Jan. 15 and run through March 5. Open house sessions will be held Monday through Saturday, and all tours are free to the public. A cultural celebration will be held March 19. A dedication will then follow on March 20, with three dedicatory sessions at 9 a.m., noon and 3 p.m. These photos provide an inside look at the temple, which has been restored from the Provo Tabernacle, which burned in 2010.
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The bride's room inside the Provo City Center Temple features a motif of stenciled designs from the original tabernacle.
The temple chapel's pulpit was salvaged and restored after the original tabernacle burned in a fire.
The Provo tabernacle’s newel post survived the fire, and replicas are now part of staircases in the temple.
Motifs from about 80 stained-glass windows that survived the fire inspired new designs in the woodwork and windows of the temple.
A sealing room in the Provo City Center Temple.
The celestial room of the Provo City Center Temple.
An exterior shot of the Provo City Center Temple, which will be Utah's 16th temple and Provo's second.