Spanish Fork, Utah: Krishna's Lotus Temple
A place of worship. Large, exotic, and difficult to miss in a treeless Utah field.
- 8628 S. Main St., Spanish Fork, UT
- I-15 exit 253. East on Hwy 164/8000 S./80th S. for two miles. Turn right onto Mill Rd, then south one mile to the Temple.
- Daily 10 am - 7 pm. (Call to verify)
- RA Rates:
- Worth a Detour
Krishna's Lotus Temple
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This beautiful temple is owned by the Hare Krishna's, but isn't what you'd think. In the middle of nowhere, this gorgeous structure hosts weddings of many denominations, a llama farm, a yearly India festival, a radio station, a store with all sorts of things from India, a dining hall, and more is being added. The temple part is upstairs, of gleaming marble and teakwood; downstairs is the dining hall and store.
No one is pushy, and no one is out to convert you here. Two of the members gave us a personal tour without batting an eye, chatting about everything imaginable with us.
[Rom Deussen, 12/03/2007]
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