Idaho Falls Idaho Temple Open House and Rededication

  • April 22–May 20; June 4, 2017
Date
April 22–May 20; June 4, 2017
Location
Idaho Falls, Idaho

The Idaho Falls Idaho Temple was the first temple built in Idaho and is located on the picturesque banks of the Snake River on 1000 Memorial Drive. President George Albert Smith announced plans to build the temple on March 3, 1937, and it was dedicated on September 23, 1945.

Article Highlights

  • Open house: April 22–May 20
  • Cultural celebration: June 3
  • Dedication: June 4

The First Presidency has announced open house and rededication dates for the newly renovated Idaho Falls Idaho Temple. The public is invited to visit the temple during an open house from Saturday, April 22, through Saturday, May 20, 2017, except for April 23, April 30, May 7, and May 14, 2017.

Free reservations for the open house can be made through tickets.lds.org in the coming weeks.

The temple will be formally rededicated on Sunday June 4, 2017, in three sessions. Prior to the rededication of the temple, local youth will present a cultural celebration featuring music and dance on Saturday, June 3, 2017.

The Idaho Falls Idaho Temple was the first temple built in Idaho and is located on the picturesque banks of the Snake River on 1000 Memorial Drive. President George Albert Smith announced plans to build the temple on March 3, 1937, and it was dedicated on September 23, 1945. The temple closed March 2015 for interior renovations.

The Idaho Falls Idaho Temple was the eighth operating temple of the Church. There are 154 temples worldwide. It is one of four temples in Idaho, with others in Twin Falls, Boise, and Rexburg. A fifth temple in Meridian is currently under construction.

The Idaho Falls Idaho Temple was the first temple built in Idaho and is located on the picturesque banks of the Snake River on 1000 Memorial Drive. President George Albert Smith announced plans to build the temple on March 3, 1937, and it was dedicated on September 23, 1945.