In 1853, Archibald Gardner, along with his 11 wives and 47 children, built a water-powered sawmill on the site that is now ... More
In 1853, Archibald Gardner, along with his 11 wives and 47 children, built a water-powered sawmill on the site that is now Gardner Historic Village. In 1877, the saw mill became a flour mill, and Archibald's . The "village" around the mill is made up of original historic buildings restored into retail theme shops offering quilts, art, gifts, collectibles, furniture and much more. The Village is open year-round.
It is a such a great place to shop!
I can always find what I am looking for. If I need a wedding gift this is 1st on my list to shop. The Window Box always has something for me. I love walking through Gardner Village anytime but the holidays like Halloween and Christmas it just comes alive. Love it, and I will miss it, moved to Arizona but everytime we visit Utah we visit Gardner Village. Thanks for all the great memories
Gardner Village had a very comfortable feeling towards it. I loved the way the shops were set up and all of the different items they each had for sale. Anytime I visit Salt Lake City, I will of course return to Gardner Village.