A Visit to Gilgal Gardens
In downtown Salt Lake City, there is this little gem of a sculpture garden hidden behind a block of houses near Trolley Square. Created in the '50s, Gilgal Gardens is now open to the public and is home to some pretty interesting sculptures. I decided to pay a visit and would recommend it if you happen to be in the area and want to stray off the beaten path. Don’t forget to check out the Joseph Smith Sphynx near the garden’s center while you’re there.
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