Visit the Rome Italy Temple Square

Come and enjoy the curated gardens, beautiful art, and feeling of peace that permeate the Temple Grounds. Admire the unique art in the Visitors’ Center and meet our friendly volunteers. Families and individuals of all ages are welcome.

Visitors' Center

Sisters in Zion Photography Exhibit

Sisters in Zion is a free photography exhibit open for people of all faiths and ages every day, March 4 – 31, from 9:00 to 21:00, at the Rome Temple Visitors’ Center. The displays will be centered on how sisterhood and faith have turned Rome’s rich cultural heritage into the community it continues to enjoy today.

Events at The Rome Temple


Worldwide Church Membership


Members in Italy




Visitors' Center

Welcome to the Rome Temple Visitors' Center

We invite you to visit with your family and friends and enjoy a self-guided, Christ-centered experience that is informative, inspirational, engaging, and fun! You can discover and explore with your choice of many interactive activities.

FamilySearch Library

The Family History Library

The Family History Library is a facility where all can come and learn more about their family history and experience joy as they discover, gather, and connect their family- past, present, and future.

Experienced research specialists are always available for free on-site to provide a personal experience to help you discover your ancestors and grow your family tree.

Inspiration & News

Learn more about recent events and read articles pertaining to the Temple site.

Rome Italy Temple

The Rome Temple was the first temple built in Italy and was announced in 2008. The temple grounds are home to a beautiful olive garden as well as reflection pools.

Visitors from all over the world have come to this sacred site for its beauty and religious significance. Members of the Church practice sacred religious ceremonies inside the temple to bring themselves closer to God, while many tourists enjoy visiting the temple grounds and enjoy the Visitors’ Center. There is something for everyone at the Rome Temple.