Uniquely Utah: Tourists flock to Gilgal Garden

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SALT LAKE CITY -- Once the private sculpture garden of Salt Lake City resident Thomas Child Jr., Gilgal Garden became a city park in 2000.

Today, locals love and care for the park, and an increasing number of out-of-state visitors are drawn there as well.

The entrance to the park can be found at 749 East, 500 South in Salt Lake City. Summer hours are 8am to 8pm.

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