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LDS Conference Center Parking, Salt Lake City
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Known as one of the largest auditoriums ever built, the LDS Conference Center Parking is the monumental meeting spot used for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. At 130,000 sq m (1.4 million sq ft), the auditorium is large enough to hold two Boeing 747's side by side. From each one of the auditorium’s 21,000 seats you will have a clear view of the pulpit, the 7,667 pipe and 130-rank Schoenstein pipe organ, and the main stage, home to the 360-voice Mormon Tabernacle Choir. A frequent tour is offered that let you access to the roof’s urban forest and incredible views while teaching you about the architectural details and history of the church. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to LDS Conference Center Parking by using our Salt Lake City trip generator.
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  • The LDS Conference Center is a must see in Temple Square in Salt Lake City! From the elegant waterfall in front of this elegant building to the jaw dropping 21,000 seat auditorium to the 4 acre park a...  more »
  • I thoroughly enjoyed my tour and visit. I wouldn't say it's a total must see, but if you have the time then you totally should go. My tour guide was wonderfully informative and I saw and learned a lot...  more »
  • There are many opportunities for guided tours at Temple Square and to get an insight into the Mormon life it is strongly recommended to participate in one or more. This guided tour of the LDS provides both the opportunity to speak with one of the locals and watching the enormous Conference Hall. In addition, there are sweeping views of the city up from the roof.
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  • I came for the Music and Spoken Word on a Sunday morning, which was great. The parking lot itself has some odd "niches", happened to park in one and, despite remembering the color and number of where I parked, it was still a pain to find my car.
  • Location to temple square was good. But paying for parking was difficult and confusing. Screens were scratched really bad making it hard to read.
  • Nice place to park of you can get access.
  • Good parking; always the same price.
  • The conference center parking is in a really nice parking garage!