Rare Tours of Oakland’s Landmark Hilltop Temple | May 11 to June 1
The public is invited to tour the newly renovated Oakland California Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. The temple has been closed since January 2018 for seismic upgrades and top-to-bottom restoration.
Forget religion for a moment, this is a gorgeous landmark building in the Oakland Hills that the public is rarely (if ever) allowed to see. Read more at the SF Chronicle about these tours.
Rare Oakland California Temple Tours
May 11 to June 1, 2019 | 9am to 8pm
4770 Lincoln Ave., Oakland
FREE – RSVP
Open house tours and activities hosted daily, except for Sundays.
The Oakland California Temple was the 13th temple of the Church when President David O. McKay dedicated it on November 17, 1964. The temple was the second in California (following the Los Angeles California Temple) and currently serves Latter-day Saints in the Bay Area of northern California. The temple is one of seven temples in the state with an eighth announced in Yuba City. There are currently 201 temples operating, announced or under construction throughout the world.