Thanksgiving Point Gardens in Lehi, Utah, is holding its annual Tulip Festival from April 17 to May 2. Participants can wander around the 55-acre garden, see more than 250,000 tulip bulbs bloom and browse booths filled with crafts and fresh cuisine. The garden features 3.5 miles of winding paths through 15 gardens, each with a particular theme.
On the second Saturday of the festival (April 25) Thanksgiving Point Gardens will hold Dutch Day, a celebration of Dutch culture and traditions planned in conjunction with the Old Dutch Store in Salt Lake City. The event will include a costume contest, children’s activities and musical performances by the Idlewild Quartet and The Accords accordion trio.
Admission is $10 for adults, $9 for seniors and $6 for children aged 3-12.
Typically the Tulip Festival attracts about 30,000 attendees each year and is the most crowded on Saturdays and Sundays.