North of the temple, is a public visitors' center that showcases a representation of Thorvaldsen's Christus statue and also houses the popular Los Angeles Family History Library.The temple grounds are all aglow at Christmastime when thousands of multi-colored lights decorate the numerous trees and features.The spacious grounds are filled with a dazzling array of foliage including—to name a few—Canary Island Pine trees, several varieties of palm trees, Bird of Paradise trees, olive trees, and rare Chinese Ginkgo trees.
Covered with 146,000 square feet of Mo-Sai stone facing, a mixture of crushed quartz and white Portland cement quarried in Utah and Nevada.
The spacious assembly room seats about 2,000 and features three pulpits on each end.
Services & Amenities Lounge around or chit-chat in our re:mix open lounge.
Work, play, and stay awhile in a vibrant setting abuzz with activity and energy.
The Los Angeles California Temple was the first temple built in California.
The Los Angeles California Temple was the first temple to include a priesthood assembly room and angel Moroni statue following the Salt Lake Temple.