Temples of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints are not open to the public and are relatively secretive to non-members, but old footage has been discovered that gives us a rare glimpse inside Denver’s Mormon Temple.

Location of Denver Colorado Mormon Temple

The Denver Mormon Temple is located at 2001 E. Phillips Circle in Centennial, Colorado. The area is south of Denver proper and is in a mostly residential neighborhood but also has big box stores such as Target and PetsMart nearby.

Footage of Denver Colorado Mormon Temple

While it is rare for non-members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints to see what is inside Mormon temples, old footage has given us a glimpse inside of the Denver Temple.

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It is unclear how old the footage is, but it features the former president of the Denver Mormon Temple Raymond Campbell as well as his wife who was known as the matriarch of the temple.

What's inside the Denver Colorado Mormon Temple?

As you may expect, the Denver Mormon Temple is full of things like altars, a Baptismal room with a Baptismal pool in it, and other rooms used for learning about the Book of Mormon. However, there are also some surprises that outsiders may not know about.

For example, there is a room that is known as a Celestial Room which was designed to represent Heaven, hand-painted gold ceilings, sculptures of oxen surrounding the Baptismal Pool, and other things that are seemingly exclusive to Mormon Temples.

Take a Rare Virtual Tour of Denver Colorado's Mormon Temple

Take a Rare Look Inside a Colorado Mormon Temple

Temples of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints are not open to the public and are relatively secretive to non-members, but here is a rare glimpse inside Denver’s Mormon Temple.

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