Cardston Alberta Temple
With the majestic Rocky Mountains as its backdrop, the Cardston Alberta Temple stands as a proud reminder of the Mormon faith and the tireless pioneers who nurtured the growth of the LDS Church in a new land. Standing on a highly visible hill on the fertile plains that surround Cardston, the granite edifice overlooks the entire town.
Although this is a place of reverence and worship, parts of the Temple are open to the public, including:
- a public visitors center in the summer
- films and pictures of the temple's interior
In 1962, an addition to the Cardston Alberta Temple was dedicated by President Hugh B. Brown, who resided in Alberta for many years. On September 16, 1995, the Government of Canada named the Cardston Alberta Temple a Canadian Historic Site.
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