Temple Square Assembly Hall

Salt Lake City, Utah Temple Square Assembly Hall

The Assembly Hall of the 10-acre Temple Square was built in 1879, in the Gothic Victorian style. It was the second permanent structure built on Temple Square, and is home to the famous Seagull Monument directly in front of the hall. Presently, the hall is home to free concerts and works as overflow seating for LDS conferences.

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