Tulip Mania at Thanksgiving Point

April 16-May 1 (closed Sunday)
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Spring has sprung at Thanksgiving Point and the gardens are gearing up for a beautiful Tulip Festival. The Tulip Festival is an annual event drawing more than 30,000 guests each spring. Featuring over a quarter-million tulip bulbs representing 95 different varieties, the display is nothing short of spectacular. But there’s not just gorgeous flowers and botanical abundance.

Photographers can enter the annual photography contest for a chance to win a Thanksgiving Point Duo membership and have winning photos published in the Deseret News and Salt Lake Tribune. Every day features free gardening demonstrations, guided tours and live music on the weekends. A vendor area features delicious foods, beautiful handmade jewelry and unique products.

Perfect for a day out with the girls or a pleasant evening with the family, the Tulip Festival is a staple in your spring calendar.

Guided Garden Tours

Monday – Friday, Garden tours leave Gardens Visitor Center at noon

Saturday, Garden tours leave Gardens Visitor Center at noon and 3 pm

Gardening Education

(see Thanksgiving Point website for course descriptions details)

Monday –Thursday, Demonstrations and classes at 1 pm

Friday, Demonstrations and classes at 11 am and 4 pm

Saturday, Demonstrations and classes at 11 am, 1 pm and 4 pm

Live Entertainment

Fridays

3-5 pm Strolling Bagpipers

5-8 pm Amphitheater Entertainment

Saturdays

11 am – 2 pm Patio acoustic performances

3-5 pm Strolling Bagpipers

5-8 pm Amphitheater Entertainment

Location

Thanksgiving Point Gardens

3900 N Garden Drive

Lehi, UT 84043

Admission

Adults $10

Children $6

Senior Citizens $9

Free for Thanksgiving Point members

Hours

Monday – Saturday 10 am – 8 pm

For more information, visit www.thanksgivingpoint.org

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