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6 Salt Lake City Gardens You Can Visit For A Dreamy Day Among The Flowers

If you are craving a tiptoe through the tulips, or just want to immerse yourself in the colorful blooms of the season, you'll want to check some of these spots off your list. You can visit these Salt Lake City gardens for a dreamy day among the flowers. A world of rainbow awaits you.

You can spend an afternoon exploring these lush spots alone, or bring your favorite person along to snap some seriously spectacular shots. These whimsical parks are filled with enough flora and fauna to lose yourself in nature for the whole day.

There are even sculpture gardens and a spot that lets you travel the globe without ever leaving the city. So get ready to get your flower power on.

International Peace Gardens

Price: Free

Location: 1000 S. 900 W., Salt Lake City, UT

Why You Need To Go: These dreamy gardens have 26 different monuments to represent the same number of nations so you can travel around the world without setting foot on a plane.


Ogden Botanical Garden

Price: Free

Location: 1750 Monroe Blvd., Ogden, UT

Why You Need To Go: Get lost in these bright blooms on a sunny afternoon.


Cactus & Tropicals

Price: Free

Location: 2735 S. 2000 E., Salt Lake City, UT

Why You Need To Go: This incredible spot lets you wander through a stunning nursery filled with both tropical and domestic plants that you can take home with you.


Red Hills Desert Garden

Price: Free

Location: 375 E. Red Hills Pkwy., Saint George, UT

Why You Need To Go: This magical destination is filled with desert plants and even a humanmade canyon to wander through.


Ashton Gardens

Price: $20

Location: 3900 N. Garden Dr., Lehi, UT

Why You Need To Go: This short drive from Salt Lake will lead you to 55-acres of amazing blooms and even a separate butterfly biosphere.


Red Butte Garden

Price: $14

Location: 300 S. Wakara Way, Salt Lake City, UT

Why You Need To Go: You can let yourself get lost among the dreamy florals of this lovely spot.


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