As an oasis in the desert, the Ashton Gardens features 50-acres of stately gardens, grand lawns, as well as the largest manmade waterfall in the Western Hemisphere. Come rejuvenate yourself and enjoy nature’s beauty in these secluded gardens. Stroll through the 15 themed gardens to enjoy the cascading fountains in the Italian Gardens, visit the I Am The Light Of The World sculpture garden, get a bird’s eye view of the gardens from the Vista Garden, feed the fish at Koi View Pier, and discover the Secret Garden. You can even rent golf carts, wheelchairs, or electric scooters for another way to “stroll” through the gardens. Stop at the Shop at the Gardens for a hat or souvenir on your way home.



3900 N. Garden Drive
Lehi, Utah 84043









Los Jardines de Ashton están cerrados para la estación regular.

Como un paraíso en el desierto, los Jardines de Ashton presentan 50-acres de majestuosos jardines y la cascada mas grande hecha por el hombre en el hemisferio occidental. Venga para rejuvenecer y disfrutar la naturaleza de esos jardines aislados. Pase por los 15 jardines temáticos para admirar las fuentes en los Italian Gardens, viste el nuevo jardín “I Am The Light Of The World Sculpture Garden”, vean con una vista de águilas en el Vista Garden, alimente a los peces en el Koi View Pier, y descubren el Secret Garden (Jardín Secreto). También se puede alquilar carritos de golf o Segways para otra forma de “pasear” por los jardines

3900 N Garden Drive Lehi, UT 84043

Los Jardines de Ashton están cerrado los domingos, Dia de acción de Gracias y Navidad.


Trellis Café

Se ubique en el Centro de Visitantes de los Jardines de Ashton, la Trellis Café contiene comida rica con un ambiente fresca. Un destino popular para la comida, la Trellis Café esta abierto durante la temporada de los jardines. Durante ese tiempo puede encontrar los más hermosos muebles de comedores en el patio acompañado con una presentación increíbles de tortas.

Se ubique en el Centro de Visitantes de los Jardines de Ashton.

lunes – viernes: 11am – 3pm
sábado: 11am – 4pm



¿Hay algo que le llama la atención en los jardines? El Invernadero de Thanksgiving Point le ayudara encontrarlo por su casa. Encontrará floreros, cestas colgantes, plantas perennes y decoraciones para su jardín.

Se ubique en el Centro de Visitantes de los Jardines de Ashton.

No se requiere boleto de admisión para entrar.


La tienda de los jardines

Encontrar dulces y recuerdos en la Tienda de los Jardines ubicado en el Centro de Visitantes de los Jardines de Ashton. La tienda se ofrece mercancías como tarjetas postales, playeras, suéteres, dulces y bebidas para llevar consigo en los jardines. También tenemos bloqueador si no lo llevó consigo.

Se ubique en el Centro de Visitantes de los Jardines de Ashton.

  • Beginning in 2022, Golf Cart rentals will be moving to a first-come, first-serve basis. This will maximize the usage of golf carts so that the largest number of guests will have the opportunity to rent one.
  • Electric Scooters and wheelchairs are also available to rent online or in-person. Advance reservations are subject to an additional fee, but in-person rentals are subject to availability. 
  • No rentals are available 90 minutes prior to closing.

Join the Secret Garden Book Club at the Ashton Gardens! Read selected books over spring, summer, and fall. After, discuss and share ideas then take those ideas out into the Ashton Gardens and put them into practice. Subscribe for the season or just for the months you can come!



Curious about the plants in Ashton Gardens?

View Tulips featured in the 2021 Tulip Festival HERE

View the Tree Walk Brochure HERE or find more information about all of the trees featured in the Tree Walk HERE


Tuesdays, 9:30 AM

Be inspired and discover a new favorite on our guided tree walk tour. Led by our garden docents, these tours are designed to showcase trees that can be incorporated into the Utah landscape. Tours leave from the back patio and are included with regular venue admission.

Reserve a spot HERE

View the Tree Walk Brochure HERE or find more information about all of the trees featured in the Tree Walk HERE.

Mondays and Fridays, 9:30 am

During the Tulip Festival (April 9th-May 8th) Guided Garden Walks are offered Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.

Learn about Ashton Gardens, its history, and the plants within. Led by our garden docents, this walking tour takes about 1.5 hours and is included with regular venue admission. Tours depart from the back patio.

Reserve a spot HERE





As part of the American Public Gardens Association, Ashton Gardens has partnered with PlantSnap to help build the most comprehensive database of plant photos in the world by empowering garden visitors to become citizen scientists in their own communities.

PlantSnap is a simple way for everyone to play a role in protecting and saving the environment. Simply by snapping photos, visitors contribute to national and international conservation efforts and help build more resilient gardens. PlantSnap’s open source plant database features 600,000+ plants and 150 million+ plant images. The app recognizes nearly all species encountered in public gardens and is available in 37 languages.

Trellis Café

Located in the Thanksgiving Point Ashton Garden Visitor Center, the Trellis Café offers tasty cuisine with a healthy helping of breezy ambiance. A popular destination spot for those who lunch, the Trellis Café is open throughout the garden season. During that time, you'll find some of the most stunning patio dining available, accompanied by an artful array of sandwiches.

Located in the Ashton Gardens Visitor Center



Garden Path Greenhouse

See something you like at the Ashton Gardens? The Garden Path Greenhouse is there to help you make it happen. You'll find a lush array of potted hanging baskets, annual and perennial plants, and lovely garden decor.

Located inside the Ashton Gardens.  No admission fee required to visit. 

Closed for the 2021 Season. 


Birthday Parties

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Gardening Classes

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What's Happening at the Gardens

April 8 - May 7


Thousands of tulips are imported directly from Holland each year to make this event one of the best tulip festivals in the nation. Celebrate spring with a general admission ticket, or make your experience unforgettable with one of our curated packages. This month-long festival is the perfect way to experience the beauty and wonders of the natural world.

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April 30, 2022


Spring at Thanksgiving Point means the Tulip Festival Race Series is finally here! Dust off your running shoes and come shake off the cobwebs of winter for our Tulip Festival race. It's the one-of-a-kind 5k that actually runs through the Tulip Festival and inside the Ashton Gardens. It’s a challenging race that is equally as beautiful. Come run with us this year! 

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May 21


Thanksgiving Point is delighted to announce the return of the American Heritage School’s Lyceum Philharmonic for this concert. 

Special guest GENTRI has been astounding audiences since 2014 with multiple albums hitting the top of the Billboard Charts. Music will include selections from West Side Story, The Greatest Showman, The Beatles, and hits from the albums of both GENTRI and Lyceum Philharmonic’s recent albums.

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June 23


Experience the transformative power of a live performance of the Utah Symphony at the awe-inspiring Waterfall Amphitheatre. Founded in 1940, the Utah Symphony is one of America’s major symphony orchestras, known internationally for its distinctive performances and recording legacy. Today, the orchestra’s 85 full-time professional musicians perform over 175 concerts each season. Bring a picnic, grab concessions or pre-order a picnic dinner. Following the performance enjoy a firework show.

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Open with regular garden season


The Light of the World garden is a two-and-a-half acre garden inside the Ashton Gardens with artwork and themed landscaping donated by the I Am the Light of the World Foundation. Created by Utah artist Angela Johnson, the garden includes a total of 15 scenes and 35 statues, with 14 scenes from the New Testament and one LDS Church-inspired scene depicting Joseph Smith’s First Vision. The sculpture garden offers guests a walk through the life and miracles of Jesus Christ and a space for quiet reflection.


Explorer Pass

See it all with an Explorer Pass! A Thanksgiving Point Explorer Pass grants admission into all five venues (Museum of Natural Curiosity, Farm County, Museum of Ancient Life, Ashton Gardens, and Butterfly Biosphere) for one day. 

Adults: $38
Children (ages 3-12): $29
Children ages 2 and under: Free




Regular Season Admission

Adult Admission: $24
Youth Admission (ages 13-24): $19
Child Admission (ages 3-12): $17

Seniors (65+): $21
Children ages 2 and under are Free

Remember that Thanksgiving Point members receive unlimited free admission!





Museums for All

Museums for all is a signature access program of the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), administered by the Association of Children’s Museums (ACM), to encourage people of all backgrounds to visit museums regularly and build lifelong museum-going habits.

With presentation of a SNAP Electronic Benefits Transfer card, admission is available for up to six people, at $2 per person. Available in person only. Not available for online purchases.




Group Pricing


-Groups of 20+ receive 20% off of regular admission prices.

-To receive the discount rate groups must enter and pay as a group in one transaction.

-Reservation does not denote private experience - this is a public area.

-No amplified music or microphones allowed.

-Valid only during regular hours of operation.

-Blackout dates apply (Luminaria, Tulip Festival, Utah Symphony at the Waterfall, Labor Day Luau, and other special events as scheduled).

Non-Profit Community Groups


We welcome Non-Profit Community Groups to Thanksgiving Point! To learn more about pricing and the reservation process for Non-Profit Groups, follow the link below.


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