Approximately 12 miles north of downtown Dallas, the Dallas Texas Temple stands as a spiritual haven for members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Its six spires reach heavenward amid the trees of the surrounding residential area. The first of four temples erected in the state of Texas, it is the Church’s 30th operating temple. Patrons from Texas and Louisiana attend the temple to experience the peace that comes from worshipping in the house of the Lord.
The Dallas Texas Temple is located on six acres of beautifully manicured grounds and features a distinctive design with six narrow spires. The beauty of the gray-white marble exterior is enhanced by neatly trimmed hedges, brilliant flower gardens, and a lovely water feature surrounding the base of the temple’s tallest spire. The three spires on either end of the Dallas Texas Temple are detached, and the roof of the building is sloped. Some of the other Mormon temples built in the 1980s — including the Boise Idaho Temple, the Stockholm Sweden Temple and the Lima Peru Temple — have a similar exterior design.
6363 Willow Ln
NORTH DALLAS, TEXAS
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