What’s your Gilgal story?

Do you remember how you felt the first time you saw Gilgal Sculpture Garden? Have you celebrated a special event there? Has the garden been your shady, lunchtime oasis? Did you ever sneak into the garden? Click here to tell us about it!

Gilgal Sculpture Garden has been included in the recently published video wiki “Essential Cultural Institutions Of Salt Lake City. Click here for the article.

Corona Virus Update: Gilgal is a city park so it is open but please adhere to social distancing and group restrictions.

Located at 749 East 500 South in Salt Lake City, Gilgal Sculpture Garden was envisioned, designed and created by Thomas Battersby Child, Jr. in the mid-twentieth century.

Tucked in the middle of the block behind houses and businesses, many are still unaware of its existence and enjoy a true sense of discovery when they visit the garden for the first time.

Gilgal Sculpture Garden contains 12 original sculptures and over 70 stones engraved with scriptures, poems, and literary texts. As a whole, Gilgal Sculpture Garden is significant as the only identified “visionary art environment” in Utah.

The public is invited to visit the garden seven days a week. There is no admission charge. Walking tour brochures are available at the garden. Visiting hours: April/September – 8 am to 8 pm October/March – 9 am to 5 pm Closed New Year Day; Thanksgiving; Christmas.