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The Temple Institute has founded more than 30 years ago in the purpose of studying the various first and second Temple matters. Throughout the years, The Temple Institute has recreated vessles that were used at the first and second Temples and they...more
We orderd a specific time (and not just cheap) and expexted a guided tour, explanation, possibility to ask questions etc.
None of the above, but an automated speaker tour, counting the seconds and hurrying you through and nobody to ask a question. And all the...More
This is an automated tour. There is information presented that is interesting from a historical perspective. The re-creation of of items that were used in the temple practices help in understanding the OT Scriptures. However, that fact that there is no human to answer questions,...More
My wife and I visited the temple institute Sunday with our group 2-11-2018.
we had visited it in 2001, 2004, and 2006, This was before it moved down the street to a larger building. The instructions were personal, by an individual. you could ask questions...More
This was a highlight to our trip. There is so much information to absorb and visuals to behold that will make your Bible come alive. You will also feel a deep urging to study Biblical history. A must see and stop on your trip.
Read a book on the temple, look at the pictures, and use your time and money to do something more authentic and informative. This seems more of a fund raising scheme than a real VIsitor's Center or museum.
A great place to visit and see all the artifacts.. unless you are prepared to wear an audio guide, better to book in advance. It was an eye opener to see what the items were used in the temple... the life size exhibits were really...More
We visited the Temple Institute just to see the implements they have already made for new temple that they will build one day ( they plan on rebuilding the Temple one day in the future - but Dome of the Rock is currently at that...More
I had long anticipated visiting this museum! If you are at all interested in the Tabernacle or the Holy Temple, this is a must. You can come with no knowledge, a little knowledge, or a lot, and this museum will bring everything to life in...More