Ever since Angela posted about this place, we have been dying to check it out! We finally went down yesterday, and loved it!
Not many people know about the Gilgal Sculpture Garden, but once you have discovered it, it will quickly become one of your favorite places in Salt Lake City!
Gilgal Garden was created by LDS businessman Thomas Battersby Child, Jr. (1888-1963) in his spare time. Mr. Child was a masonry contractor and Bishop of the historic 10th Salt Lake LDS Ward, located just North of the Garden on 800 West 400 South. His vision was to create a retreat from the world and a tribute to his most cherished religious and personal beliefs.
You can visit the Gilgal Sculpture Garden:
8am to 8pm April through September
9am to 5pm October through March
It is closed on Christmas, New Years, and Thanksgiving
It is located at 749 East 500 South in Salt Lake City, Utah.