Our Favorite Ways to Spend the Holidays Around Salt Lake City, UT

Salt Lake City. Nestled in the breathtaking landscapes of Utah, between mountains, saline waters, forests, flats, and a dynamic community, Salt Lake City is on the come-up with more to offer each year! Whether you’re a visitor, returning to see friends and family, or a curious local, you’ll be delighted to know there is a great variety of activities to do here around the year. Read on for some of our favorite holiday season festivals and events here in Salt Lake City, and get ready to explore!

Christmas Lights at Temple Square

One of Salt Lake City’s most well-known communities is the strong presence of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, who maintain a stunning campus of worship at Temple Square. Each year, after Thanksgiving, the church changes the lights in honor of the holiday season, in a captivating light show all over the grounds. This attraction is a rare event to catch, but quite the memorable one nevertheless. Travelers of all ages and accommodations will enjoy this light show and get to see Temple Square in its beauty.

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Christkindlmarkt

Enjoy the atmosphere of a central European Christmas market, right here in Salt Lake City! Between endless vendors of crafts, gifts, ornaments, treats, savory delicacies, hot and alcoholic beverages, parades, family activities, performances, demonstrations, and shows, Christkindlmarket is a solid choice for travelers of all groups and ages. Get holiday shopping done in one spot while supporting small businesses at the booths selling one-of-a-kind wares (and flavors). Also, enjoy the strong sense of community at the many happy faces at the parades and music and dance performances that take the stage, or witness a number of old-time occupations much as they were many decades ago on location. Whether witnessing Utah heritage, celebrating the holidays, shopping and dining, or just looking for one spot that has it all, take the whole group over to Christkindlmarkt.

https://www.christkindlmarkt-slc.com

Holiday Window Stroll at The Grand America Hotel

Enjoy the stunning, imaginative (and sweet) holiday season display at The Grand America Hotel, offering a memorable photo opportunity and a trip through the grounds of this Utah icon. Accompanying the sights and sculptures along the window stroll, visitors can also relax and unwind at The Grand Spa, have fine shopping and dining experiences, or just enjoy the views inside and outside this gorgeous institution. Take a breath and enjoy a slower-paced holiday season activity at The Grand America Hotel.

Outdoor Ice Skating and other Winter Sports

Throughout the city, Ice Skating rinks are also an accessible and ready option for visitors in the Salt Lake City area, we couldn’t ignore the natural beauty of Utah outdoors when talking about the holiday season. This timeless classic is a great option for travelers of all ages and those looking for a more relaxed experience, while those who can make the trip can tour the neighboring mountains and ski resorts for more intense winter sports options.

https://www.skiutah.com

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Our Favorite Festivals Around Salt Lake City, UT

Salt Lake City. Nestled in the breathtaking landscapes of Utah, between mountains, saline waters, forests, and flats, and a dynamic community, Salt Lake City is on the come-up with more to offer each year! Whether you’re a visitor, returning to see friends and family, or a curious local, you’ll be delighted to know there is a great variety of activities to do here around the year. Read on for some of our favorite autumn festivals and events here in Salt Lake City, and get ready to explore!

Oktoberfest 

Like many regions of the nation, Salt Lake City has a proud heritage of Central European immigrants, and this is remembered in the festive Oktoberfest! Though on the other side of the world, the laughs, food, music, and scenery at Oktoberfest around the Salt Lake City area clearly resemble the original tradition in Bavaria. At Oktoberfest, visitors can enjoy myriad beers with hearty German fare, such as bratwurst, mettwurst, pretzels, strudel, knoedel, spaetzle, all in the stunning views of Utah’s autumn mountains. Try on traditional German costume, Polka and German music and dance, or watch the horse races! The proximity of many of the festivals to the outdoors makes it an easy addition to any itinerary and provides opportunities to experience Utah’s outdoors. 

https://www.snowbird.com/oktoberfest/

Utah State Fair

The Utah State Fair is one of Utah’s largest events, where the fun, food, and rides meet with Utah’s agricultural community in a celebration of everything Utah. Various shows such as cowboy-western style quickdraws to daredevils and animal shows are just the start of the entertainment here. Kiddie rides to thrills, daring festival food and fresh produce, and plentiful interactive opportunities in home craftsmanship and gardening provide something for every interest. For the varied group or the traveler who just wants to see and do everything, the Utah State Fair is a festive and memorable way to tour all the activities of Utahns.

https://www.utahstatefair.com

Christmas Lights at Temple Square

One of Salt Lake City’s most well-known communities is the strong presence of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, who maintain a stunning campus of worship at Temple Square. Each year, after Thanksgiving, the church changes the lights in honor of the holiday season, in a captivating light show all over the grounds. This attraction is a rare event to catch, but quite the memorable one nevertheless. Travelers of all ages and accommodations will enjoy this light show and get to see Temple Square in its beauty.

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Salt Lake City Greek Festival

The Greek community of Salt Lake City also puts on a welcoming and fun festival dedicated to celebrating and sharing Greek-American culture, complete with dances, music, food, and crafts. For those who want to experience a fun (and delicious!) community atmosphere with all the people of Salt Lake City, we recommend taking the group to the Salt Lake City Greek Festival.

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4 Fun Things to do with Kids in Salt Lake City

If you’re looking for your next great family adventure, or someplace different to take the kids, we have you covered. Spending a day out with the kids is a great way to recapture your own childlike curiosity and love of play, so we’ve included plenty of options that will make the adults as happy as the kids. Below are some of the best, most unique, and most beloved things to do with your kids in Salt Lake City.

Thanksgiving Point

Thanksgiving Point is many things all at the same time: an indoor and outdoor farm, a garden, and a museum. There are several popular attractions throughout the property that makes for a fun experience that is different each time you visit. Check out the Museum of Natural Curiosity, then head to the Butterfly Biosphere, before meeting and feeding the animals at the working farm on the property. Kids will especially love the magical Butterfly Biosphere, with hundreds of butterflies fluttering all around them.

George S. Eccles Dinosaur Park

At the Dinosaur Park, you’ll wonder if you haven’t accidentally wandered into Jurassic Park, but don’t worry, these dinosaurs are only replicas. Still, they are exciting, and with more than 100 Dinosaur replicas throughout the park, you will feel as though you stepped back in time. It is the perfect place for kids who love all things Dinosaur. They even have a museum on the property with real-life dinosaur fossils and interactive exhibits.

Wheeler Historic Farm

Nestled at the foot of several mountains are this beautiful farm and regional park that will show you all the unique, wonderful facets of farm life. You and the kids can take a wagon ride, see a milking demonstration, walk the trails surrounding the property, or take a farmhouse tour. Inside the Rosebud Country Store, you’ll find local goods for sale, including some absolutely delicious foods. The Playground Fort at the farm is also extremely popular with the kids. Wheeler Historic Farm is a great place to take the kids when you want to combine play, education, and a little bit of adventure, and it is especially great for any nature and animal lovers.

Lagoon Amusement Park

Roller Coasters and Amusement Parks are always a family favorite, and Lagoon Amusement Park certainly delivers all you’d want for an exciting day under the sun. With several attractions to choose from, there is something for everyone, no matter their age. There are teacups and merry-go-rounds for the younger kids, Roller coasters, and water rides like the Rattlesnake Rapids for older kids, along with special performances and a pioneer village that transports you to the Wild West. You can easily spend the entire day here (or several days) and it is a place the entire family is sure to love.

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Aquariums around Salt Lake City

Off of the shore of Great Salt Lake, at the foot of the Rocky Mountains and some 730 miles from the Pacific Ocean, Salt Lake City might not be the first place one would look for a stunning diversity of aquatic life, yet this is indeed the case. Blessed in dazzling natural beauty, rich tradition, and a number of outdoor activities, a number of institutions are dedicated to the education and conservation of aquatic life also call Salt Lake City home. Read on for some of our favorite aquariums around this Crossroads of the West. 

Loveland Living Planet Aquarium

The Loveland Living Planet Aquarium has inspired countless visitors since its birth at the turn of the millennium, with 550 species represented by over 4500 animals in more than 2.2 million liters of water. Some of the more iconic species that reside here at Loveland Living Planet Aquarium include the giant isopod, Japanese spider crab, North American river otter, Asian small-clawed otter, electric eel, dwarf caiman, loggerhead sea turtle, nurse shark, upside-down jelly, giant Pacific octopus and gentoo penguin. These and so many more reside in a series of immersive exhibits and habitats that transport visitors through the otherworldly aquatic environments of the world, from Utah’s waters to the Southeast Asian Jungle, Amazonian Rainforest, Deep Pacific, and the alien Subantarctic islands. In addition to these exhibits and animals, there are also a number of regular events throughout the year and available by appointments such as in-depth classes and after-hour visits, for those visitors who are looking for more variety in their aquarium plans.

Utah’s Hogle Zoo

While not specifically an aquarium, Utah’s Hogle Zoo has served the curiosities, imaginations, and hearts of Utahns for generations, nearing a century of operation. Today it has grown to an organization of over 800 animals among 249 species, land and aquatic. Some of the famous faces here at Utah’s Hogle Zoo include the California sea lion, harbor seal, river otter, and the mighty polar bear. 

Tour a number of exhibits that take visitors into the lives and habitats of these animals, from the cold extremes of the arctic, the vast African Savannah, and the Asian Highlands. A number of regular events and opportunities to get a more hands-on encounter caring for and learning about the animals of Utah’s Hogle Zoo are also available, including helping care for the Sea Lions/Harbour Seals, Watching an edutaining show of some of the smaller species, or the brilliant feats of the elephant. 

SeaQuest Utah

SeaQuest Utah is a great option for travelers who want an experience with aquatic animals centered around interaction and personal connections. Here, visitors can meet (or play with) Asian small-clawed otters, receive a refreshing doctor fish pedicure, or most notably, swim in a colorful tropical community of stingrays, coastal sharks, and numerous tropical fish! For a memorable collection of hands-on, individual experiences, come to SeaQuest Utah.

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5 Quirky Date Night Destinations in Salt Lake City

Date night doesn’t have to be the same each time. While we all love cuddling up at the movies or trying new restaurants or embracing a bit of high culture at museums, every once in a while, date night needs to be shaken up. Each city has a hidden world of strange, quirky, and delightful things to do. Try any one of these on your next date night and embrace the weird, whimsical part of life.

Salt Lake Trolley Tour

Trolley cars may be something most people immediately associate with San Francisco, but the trolleys of Salt Lake City have their own wonderful charm and rich history. An eccentric crew of entertainers will take you along on a one-of-a-kind trolley tour. The tour is equal parts historical tour and theatrical show. It is wacky and a tour unlike any other. On the tour you’ll also pass mansions, mountain views, and cathedrals, all of which will take your breath away.

Stone Fox Forge

Stone Fox Forge is a real-life, modern-day blacksmith shop where the timeless skill is alive and well. Beautiful, handcrafted pieces of all manner are available to purchase, and they specialize in custom pieces. But what makes the place perfect for a quirky date night are the classes, where you and your date can become blacksmiths too. You can fashion stamped keychains or metal roses. 

Tracy Aviary

A magical, natural world in Liberty Park. Tracy Aviary is a conservation area that has been operating for over 80 years. As one of only two free-standing aviaries in the United States, spending a date night here is a unique opportunity. You’ll see birds of nearly every species flying around you and get a chance to hear their beautiful birdsong. If you’ve tried “bird-watching” as a date before, it’s time to step it up and visit Tracy Aviary.

Thanksgiving Point

Thanksgiving Point is many things all at the same time: an indoor and outdoor farm, a garden, and museum. There are several popular attractions throughout the property which make for a fun experience that is never quite the same. Visit the Museum of Natural Curiosity, then head to the Butterfly Biosphere, before meeting and feeding the animals at the working farm on the property.

Bodega and the Rest

Walking into the shop, you may feel like you’ve stepped into a casual cocktail bar, but through the doors near the restroom is another world. A subterranean world filled with glamour and indulgent atmosphere, something for which the speakeasy era is famous. “The Rest”, the speakeasy hidden underneath the Bodega, requires reservations but is absolutely worth the trouble, if only for the excitement you’ll feel when sneaking into the speakeasy.

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Our favourite ways to spend summer in Salt Lake City, UT

Salt Lake City. A unique and charming area with its distinguished architecture, diverse and changing character and the looming presence of the Rocky Mountains, it’s no mystery how 2.5 million were drawn to stay when you meet this city for the first time. Whether your visit is to ski, hike, explore the city or get involved with this centre of Mormonism, there is so much to do here. Read on for some of our favourite ways to spend the summer in Salt Lake City. 

Snowbird Ski Resort

A visit to Salt Lake City and Utah needs mention of the numerous snow-capped peaks and winter sports activities. Visitors who come in the earlier summer between mid-May and mid-June can enjoy adrenaline rushes, snowboarding and skiing down the extensive network of runs. If you are arriving later in the summer, there are still plenty of other great activities such as blood-pumping summer toboggans, drop towers and a ropes course. In the surrounding communities, there are also plenty of other opportunities to embrace the mountain air, hike and go on nature trails.

Temple Square

A visually striking and beautiful campus established by the strong Mormon community of Salt Lake City, Temple Square is a place for visitors to acquaint themselves with the Mormon faith and witness some of the city’s most majestic buildings. The Salt Lake Temple is only open for approved Mormons to enter, but the rest of the campus is still very much worth the trip. Here, visitors can interact with a wealth of missionaries that have served over the world, or attend debates between ex-members who frequent the grounds and members of the temple. There is also the Assembly Hall, the Family History Library, and a Museum and Library documenting the history of the church. 

Sandy Hot Air Balloon Festival

Another one of Salt Lake City’s memorable sights is the annual Sandy Hot Air Balloon Festival, where bright Hot Air Balloons take off en masse into the skies over Utah. Vibrant colours dot the sky and the community comes together to manage this great event, an all-day affair from sunrise well into the evening. At night-time, the sleepy suburb of Sandy holds a Balloon Glow, with a gathering of Food Trucks, games, activities, live music and a nighttime 5k. For a great memory of colours and community, come to the Sandy Hot Air Balloon Festival.

Pioneer Day

Pioneer Day is a unique Utah tradition paying homage to the day Brigham Young entered the Salt Lake Valley and marked the spot for the Mormon community. Festive floats, events honouring the Mormon and Native American communities such as song and dance, a marathon in the streets, a Pie and Beer food festival for the non-Mormon population and the exotic Rodeo all take place on this exciting day. Pioneer Day is a great way to enjoy and learn about the customs of the people of Utah, all in an electric atmosphere with plenty of performance, food and sport. 

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5 Great Places to Picnic in Salt Lake City, UT

When the weather cooperates, we all love to get outside and explore the world around us. There is nothing more refreshing and soothing to the soul than a picnic in the sun, surrounded by the beauty of nature. Every city in the United States has incredible locations for picnicking. Below are 5 Great Places to Picnic in Salt Lake City.

Sugar House Park

Sugar House Park is large, and it is green. You can follow the trail along Parleys Creek to the Lake for a wonderful nature walk, visit the playground, or play lawn games on the open grass of the park. But the best part is that almost wherever you go in Sugar House Park you are sure to see snowcapped mountains looming in the distance. The park is also home to a large number of picnic pavilions, like Hidden Grove Pavilion or Parleys Creek Pavilion. You can take your pick from these designated areas or spread a blanket on the meadow near the lake. 

Liberty Park

A landmark site in Salt Lake City, Liberty Park has everything you could want for a day outside. You can take a paddleboat on the lake, paddling alongside ducks and looking for fish. Take a walk through the Aviary and Botanic Gardens, play tennis, or go crazy on the playground. Liberty Park is also home to a Farmer’s Market. The best places for picnicking are beside the lake or just north of it.

Memory Grove Park

A different type of park to picnic in, because of its proximity to the Utah State Capitol Building. Memory Grove Park is a landscaped, scenic park with fountains and monuments to catch your eye. If you follow the Freedom Trail along City Creek you are sure to find several fantastic places to lay out your picnic blanket.

Red Butte Garden

A Garden made for exploration and enjoyment. As you walk among the incredible scenery you’ll stumble across hidden alcoves, benches, and picnic tables. You’ll definitely work up an appetite exploring the botanical gardens of Red Butte, but that makes it an even more perfect picnic location. At the North end of the Garden is a stunning amphitheater which frequently holds concerts for the city. Although there is an entrance fee to Red Butte, you’ll fall in love with the beauty and the thrill of finding all the secret pathways and alcoves (several of which are prime picnic spots).

Millcreek Canyon

This park offers picnic sites along a charming creek in a gorgeous canyon of the Wasatch Forest. You can choose to hike on one of the trails leading up the mountains, or picnic at the bottom with forest and stream views as well as epic mountain views. Millcreek makes the Top 5 Picnic Spots because it is usually a quiet park, not too busy, with great picnic areas. 

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Fun Summer Things To Do In Salt Lake City, UT

Summer is finally here!  The kids are out of school, and backyard barbecues are taking place all over the nation.  After the year we had in 2020, and most people having chosen not to take a vacation, you can almost rest assured that families will be out in full force this year.

With this in mind, we thought we would offer a few great vacation ideas to help you plan, as well as some places that would be great for just a few days away.  We all need time to recharge and some well-deserved play in the sunshine.

Here are some of the best places to check out this summer!

Temple Square

50 N West Temple Street, Salt Lake City, UT 84150

Temple Square is a 10-acre complex owned by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the center of Salt Lake City, Utah. The usage of the name has gradually changed to include several other church facilities that are immediately adjacent to Temple Square. Contained within Temple Square are the Salt Lake Temple, Salt Lake Tabernacle, Salt Lake Assembly Hall, the Seagull Monument, and two visitors’ centers. The square was designated a National Historic Landmark District in 1964, recognizing the Mormon achievement in settlement of Utah.

Natural History Museum of Utah

301 Wakara Way, Salt Lake City, UT 84108

The Natural History Museum of Utah is a museum shows exhibits of natural history subjects, with an emphasis on Utah and the Intermountain West. The mission of the museum is to illuminate the natural world and the place of humans within it. A new building, named the Rio Tinto Center, opened in November 2011. The museum is part of the University of Utah and is located in the University’s Research Park. We are a creative, dynamic institution.  We attract and serve a broad, diverse audience.  We meet the highest professional and ethical standards.  We are accountable for our work.  Our scientific research and interpretation are interdisciplinary, timely, and encourage active inquiry.  We strive for and promote sustainability in all we do.  We seek and sustain meaningful partnerships.

Red Butte Garden

300 Wakara Way, Salt Lake City, UT 84108

Red Butte Garden and Arboretum consists of a botanical garden, Arboretum, and amphitheater in the foothills of the Wasatch Range in Utah, United States. It is open year-round to the public. Red Butte Garden contains over 100 acres of botanical gardens and several miles of hiking trails through native vegetation. Red Butte Creek runs within the northern part of the Garden.  Red Butte Garden is one of the largest botanical gardens in the Intermountain West and, together with the University of Utah, is the State Arboretum of Utah. We are located on 100 acres in the foothills on the eastern edge of the University of Utah campus. The Garden has welcomed guests since 1985 and consists of over 21 acres of developed gardens and five miles of hiking trails winding through an extensive Natural Area. The Garden, which is community-funded, is renowned for its numerous plant collections, display gardens, 524,000 springtime blooming bulbs, including a vast collection of daffodils, gorgeous private event spaces, a world-class outdoor concert series, and award-winning horticulture-based educational programs.

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Things to Do for the Fourth of July in Salt Lake City

Everyone’s favorite summer holiday is quickly approaching! Nothing says July 4th like BBQs, pool days, parades, and fireworks! But with the country beginning to emerge from the worst of it, some celebrations are returning in the area. Read on to see what’s happening around Salt Lake City this Independence Day and gather up some ideas for your Fourth of July weekend.

Liberty Park

A laid-back day barbequing with family and friends is one of the best ways to spend the Fourth of July, and if you’re looking for a public park to host a BBQ, you may as well stay on-brand with the theme of the holiday and go to Liberty Park.  There are picnic facilities and grills perfect for hosting your event. Plus, there are plenty of fun things to do at the park for the whole family, such as:

·   A children’s amusement park and a playground to keep the little ones entertained.

·   Paddleboat rentals

·   Walking and running trails, plus a “fitness trail”, where you can burn off the calories from those hot dogs

·   Wildlife viewing (it’s a nature preserve)

·   A swimming pool

Go to a Rodeo

Western Stampede is an annual rodeo that’s riding back into town July 1st through 3rd. Each night from 7 to 10 the rodeo is on at West Jordan Rodeo Arena with events like steer wrestling, team roping, bull riding, barrel racing, and more. Plus, there are fun Independence Day activities around the rodeo hours to celebrate the holiday weekend!

·   Carnival: All three days from noon to 11 pm at Veteran’s Memorial Park, you can purchase tickets to rides individually or get a $20 wristband for unlimited rides.

·   Grand Parade: Have some good old-fashioned fun watching the parade along Redwood Road, beginning at 10:30 am on Saturday.

·   Fireworks: After the rodeo, head to Veteran’s Memorial Park for a firework show beginning at 10:15 pm.

Stadium of Fire

Ready to get your adrenaline pumping? Stadium of Fire is a no-holds-barred event thrown for Independence Day by America’s Freedom Festival and this year is its 40th anniversary. The event includes thrilling performances like a motocross show by motorcycle stunt team Nitro Circus, an F-35 jet flyover from Hill Air Force Base, and skydivers. Stadium of Fire will also have a concert portion, headlined by country star Lee Greenwood, who is best known for his hit, “God Bless the U.S.A.” and other artists, including country singer Collin Raye and the Millennial Choirs and Orchestras. The whole thing will be followed by a truly epic firework show – it’s the biggest stadium firework show in the USA! It’s all happening at LaVell Edwards Stadium on Saturday, July 3rd at 8 pm.

Cowabunga Bay Water Park

There’s nothing better on a sweltering July day that cooling off in the pool! So, head to Cowabunga Bay Water Park in nearby Draper, Utah to cool off this holiday.  The park has attractions to please everyone, like slides, a beach, a lazy river, a kids’ cove, and cabana rentals.

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Arboretums and Botanical Gardens to Visit in Salt Lake City

When considering a vacation, or even just a day out with the family, why not consider visiting a local arboretum or botanical garden?  You can enjoy a delightful getaway with a visit to one of these beautiful gateways to all that nature has to offer.

Arboretums and botanical gardens work to promote common respect and educate with a drive towards an appreciation of the world of gardening and the insects that work to pollinate our plants and flowers. 

These nature monuments are just waiting to be discovered and welcome all visitors for a day of tranquility, enjoying their peaceful beauty.  Make sure to check out one of the arboretums or botanical gardens listed below.

Red Butte Garden

300 Wakara Way, Salt Lake City, UT 84108

Red Butte Garden, located on 100 acres in the foothills above the University of Utah, is the state arboretum of Utah. The Garden is renowned for its numerous plant collections, display gardens, over 524,000 springtime blooming bulbs, including a vast collection of daffodils, gorgeous private event rental spaces, a world-class outdoor concert series, and award-winning horticulture-based educational programs.

Conservations Garden Park

8275 S 1300th W, West Jordan, UT 84088

Utah’s premier water conservation demonstration garden. Come learn how to make your landscape a waterwise haven and see lots of example landscapes and water-thrifty plants. You can save water and still have a beautiful, lush landscape. You’ll be amazed.

Ashton Gardens

3900 N Garden Drive, Lehi, UT 84043

Most guests agree that the Thanksgiving Point Gardens are the biggest surprise that Thanksgiving Point has to offer. Spread out over fifty-five sprawling acres; they represent some of the most vivacious terrains in the West. Within the grounds, there are 15 separate themed gardens. Add to that 13 acres of turfgrass, a quarter-million tulips, seventy varieties of roses, and the largest manmade waterfall in the Western hemisphere, and you can understand how the Gardens keep its staff of twenty-six seasonal gardeners and six full-time staff members busy.

Ogden Botanical Gardens

1750 Monroe Blvd, Ogden, UT 84401

The mission of the Ogden Botanical Gardens is to promote inner-city beauty and educational opportunities for everyone in a diverse and sustainable garden setting. The Ogden Botanical Gardens is dedicated to helping all visitors find answers and glean ideas to inspire and enhance their own quality of life through improved plant selection, cultural practices, and environmentally sound activities.

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