This local garden is famous for its mix of cultural heritage captured in several statues, along with quotes from Rousseau, ... More
This local garden is famous for its mix of cultural heritage captured in several statues, along with quotes from Rousseau, Emerson and the Bible. Gilgal Gardens is part of (and pokes fun at) Utah cultural history, although the locals scratch their heads in wonder at some of the chosen subject matter. The garden will provide visitors with a nice stroll and will certainly arouse curiosity in all who take the time to look around. The park is open daily from 9am until dusk, or by appointment. No entrance fee is required. Open daily at 9a.
Visitors to Gilgal Gardens might think they have stepped into a dream. That's the way I felt during an hour-long visit in September. Thomas Child's belief in the Mormon religion is not only apparent but expressed beautifully (if oddly) in his several sculptures and numerous engraved stones. Bring a sack lunch, but you can leave your book at home. There is enough reading material carved in the stones to last you all afternoon.
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