The street address of the Manti is simply "Temple Hill, Manti, UT". There is a good reason why the temple doesn't need a street address. That's because the temple is clearly visible from miles around. It's impossible to miss. The Manti Temple was dedicated in 1888 and was the 3rd temple built that still operates today. Like the St. George and Logan temples, it was announced after construction began on the Salt Lake Temple, but was dedicated before the Salt Lake Temple was finished. In fact, the layout and external look of the Manti Temple is very similar to the Logan Temple.
Building a temple in this area was a priority for Brigham Young. He told the settlers that were moving down there to "Go to work and build a temple in Sanpete." When President Young visited there for the dedication, he explained that the prophet Moroni had stood on that hill and dedicated it as a future location for the house of the Lord.
Manti and the surrounding area of Sanpete County are sparsely populated, numbering around 30,000 in the whole county. But the saints in the area are faithful and keep the temple plenty busy. Manti is the only temple besides the Salt Lake Temple to still use live actors in the presentation of the endowment, and one of only seven temples that has participants in the endowment ceremony move from room to room throughout. This makes Manti one of the most unique temples to visit and do work.
Because the population of the area is so small, there are not a lot of things to do near Manti. The main attraction is the Mormon Miracle Pageant, which is performed on the side of Temple Hill every summer. If you can't make it during that time of year, you could still enjoy the many outdoor activities available at Palisade State Park. Across from the temple is the new Pioneer Heritage Center and Gardens, which is beautful. And there are some local unique Manti businesses to enjoy and visit, including Candies on Main and the Oolite Cheese Company, which uses local stone to help create it's unique cheese.
For actual meals, Fred's Sports Grill is quick, easy and delicious, or you can step it up and eat at Dirk's Farmhouse Restaurant. You can also get a quick meal or maybe just a treat at Miller's Bakery, on Main Street. If you don't mind driving a bit, you could head up to Ephraim and try the fantastic Mexican food at Malena's Cafe. Or for a real nice meal, head down to Richfield and enjoy a meal at Steve's Steakhouse.