Red Butte Garden
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Red Butte Garden is like a museum for plants, cultivating connection with living landscapes through plant displays and collections, education, conservation, and cultural enrichment.
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Red Butte Garden is the largest botanical garden in the Intermountain West, with more than 21 acres of developed gardens and five miles of walking and hiking trails. The community-funded space is known for its numerous plant collections and display gardens as well as its education programs and…
Beautiful botanical garden. Large Rose and medicinal gardens as well as new water-wise landscaping with amazing views of the Salt Lake Valley. Members of national parks/botanical gardens are able to use their memberships here!
Red butte offers miles of trails through their gardens, benches to just enjoy the mountains or incredible views of Salt Lake City. In the summer, they have great outdoor concerts.
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“A great place to explore! Great information inside including local dinosaurs and rotating exhibits. Huge trail system behind it including the classic living room hike.”
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“Liberty Park’s 8-acre aviary offers exhibits, shows & encounters where guests can view & feed birds. There's more here than one realizes and is a simply pleasant place. ”
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“410 Campus Center Drive- Located on The University of Utah campus, this museum features local, national and international artists. Often has special exhibits.”
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“The gardens outside the Temple are truly stunning. The architecture is really special. What Salt Lake City means to The Mormons is like what the Vatican, Rome means to the Catholics. ”
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“Liberty Park is Salt Lake City’s prized urban oasis featuring over 80 acres of lush green space. The oldest park in Salt Lake, Liberty Park was purchased by the city from the estate of Bingham Young in 1881, and in 1980 made the list of the National Registry of Historic Places. The park features a large pond containing two islands, numerous athletic courts and fields, 1.5 miles of walking trails, and several children’s play areas. Additionally, the Tracey Aviary, featuring 135 species of rare or endangered protected birds, resides within the park, along with the Isaac Chase Mill, the oldest commercial building in Utah. Finally, the park features the Chase Home Museum of Utah Folk Art, a free museum showcasing a variety of art forms.”
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