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This year we decided to invest in a Thanksgiving Point yearly pass. We live awfully close now and I needed something to keep Ellie and I entertained this summer (and winter!) I love Thanksgiving Point because they offer both indoor and outdoor activities for all ages. A few weeks ago, we went to the gardens. My first time visiting I was nine months pregnant and desperately hoping that all the walking would put me in labor. It most certainly did not, but I did get a good work out in. 😉 I have loved the gardens ever since. Talk about acres and acres of the most beautiful landscape! Spending a few hours there is easy. We made it just in time to see the last of the tulips and they were gorgeous! Ellie’s favorite part was the waterfall…oh and rolling down the giant hill with me. 😉

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Thanksgiving Point Gardens

Why we love it: a family friendly escape from the Utah desert

Cost: $15/adult, $12/children & seniors (it was well worth it for us to purchase a membership)

Open: March 29-October 1

Alexa Zurcher

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5 COMMENTS

  • Anonymous

    i grew up going to the gardens! i love that place! your pictures are great, and your family is stinkin cute!

    lovealways-hailey.blogspot.com

  • Unknown

    Oh my goodness! Rolling down the hill is the best thing ever! Even when you're an adult. My brother made me do it two weeks ago and I hadn't laughed that hard in a long time. Best stress reliver!

  • Unknown

    this garden looks gorgeous!! i've never been to utah, but if i ever make it out there, this would be a great place to visit!

  • Kaycie Eddie

    I love this series you're doing! And we went this year too; we try to go each year! I actually just got around to posting mine on my blog. Took me long enough, haha!

  • K&R

    this place is seriously beautiful. cute pictures.

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