- Red Butte Garden
- Brigham Young Historic Park
- Gilgal Sculpture Garden
- La Caille
- Central Utah Gardens
- Conservation Garden Park
Photos of October Blooms in Utah. Sunflowers at Gardner Village featured above are looking great October 4th
Ashton Gardens, Farm Country, the Museum of Ancient Life, Museum of Natural Curiosity, the Butterfly Biosphere and the Emporium and restaurants offer stimulating and engaging experiences in a safe, family-friendly setting.
This park has the steepest hills in town for Sledding and Snow Tubing, not to mention a good view of the city but its south-facing slopes can melt away quickly if the sun follows a snowstorm.
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Lindsey Gardens Park
426 M St, Salt Lake City, UT 84103
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Red Butte Garden, a part of the University of Utah, is a non-profit organization located in Salt Lake City, Utah. With over 100 acres including display and natural gardens, walking paths and natural areas with hiking trails, Red Butte Garden is the largest botanical garden in the Intermountain West that tests, displays, and interprets regional horticulture.
In addition to the spectacular display of the Tulip Festival, The Old Dutch Store is sponsoring Dutch Day on April 23, 2011
Idelwild and the Accords will perform authentic Dutch tunes and guests can experience a little bit of Holland.
Garden tours and demonstrations are available every day.
Red Butte Garden celebrates Halloween with the annual Garden After Dark, an outdoor, kid-friendly night of activities, crafts, storytellers and more.
The event takes place in the evenings in the Garden – with lit pathways, craft stations, fire barrels, pumpkin painting, face painting…kids wear costumes. The theme each year is nature and culture based.
Listen to beautiful music in beautiful surroundings. Make it a point to attend the free concerts in the Brigham Young Historic Park on summer evenings. June and July concerts begin at 8:00 P.M. August concerts begin at 7:30 P.M. (visit the Upcoming Events tab at link below for the complete summer schedule). You can also enjoy informative garden talks throughout the summer.
The park is located at the southeast corner of State Street and North Temple (Second Avenue). Seating is available, but visitors can also bring blankets or their own lawn chairs.
Learn what you can do to save money and reduce your impact on the environment. Reducing your carbon footprint is easy to do and will help you save on monthly expenses.
The 2nd Annual Utah Green Festival feature alternative fuel vehicles, solar, wind, geothermal and electric power providers, local nurseries, farmer market vendors, community organizations and a variety of statewide organizations emphasizing sustainability in their product, services or organization. Reducing your carbon footprint is easy, cost effective and fun.
The festival will feature vendors, experts, live music, children activities, green workshops every thirty minutes, a climbing wall, bounce house, food and fun. Best of all, admission is free.
The Conservation Garden Park is uniquely situated to host the Utah Green Festival because of its emphasis on educating the public on ways to save water and energy through waterwise landscaping methods and water conservation.
The Utah Water Garden Club presents our annual pond tour. This self guided tour features the most beautiful ponds in the Salt Lake County valley. Come and enjoy a weekend of fun: exploring, examining and learning about Utah’s best water gardens and Utah’s friendliest Pond Club.