See Thousands of Tulips at Thanksgiving Point Tulip Festival

Curtis Ray takes us live to the Tulip Festival at Thanksgiving Point before it kicks off this weekend! With thousands of beautiful Tulips in bloom, it's a perfect way to spend a Spring day.

10th annual Tulip Festival at the Thanksgiving Point Gardens, April 18-May 3, 2014, (closed Sundays).

More than a quarter-million tulips in 137 unique varieties are planted across 55 acres gardens.

The Thanksgiving Point Tulip Festival is celebrating its 10 years as the only one of its kind in the Rocky Mountain Region. It is one of Utah’s most popular events with more than 48,000 guests visiting each year from all around the world.

The tulip display is redesigned every year and mixed with thousands of other early spring flowers for guests to enjoy. Early, mid-season, and late blooming tulips are planted in the Gardens so guests have the longest possible timeframe to enjoy the tulip season.

Thanksgiving Point’s tulips are imported directly from Holland and are from the same distributor that provides tulips for the Easter floral display that surrounds the Pope when he gives the annual Easter blessing at the Vatican and St. Peter’s Square in Rome.

During the event, there will be daily garden tours and demonstrations and on the weekends will be outdoor musical entertainment, performances, craft and food vendors.


ART DAYS – APRIL 18-19: Enjoy watching artists work in
various gardens during Art Days held on opening weekend.

Honor Dutch heritage with performances, traditional costumes, children's crafts and tasty stroopwaffle while you dance to the "Train Song". Wear the Dutch National color of Orange or come in costume and get $2 off your admission. Tulip expert Henk Stuifbergen, a distributor of tulip bulbs for Thanksgiving Point, will also make a special visit from Holland to visit with guests and help them order bulbs for next spring.

Guests are invited to lace up their running shoes for a chance to run through the tulips at the annual Tulip Festival Half Marathon. 5K and Kids 1-Mile Run are also available that runs through the property (these do not run through the Gardens.) These runs offer an opportunity for guests to be active and celebrate the return of spring with family and friends.

TULIP PRINCESS PROMENADE – MAY 3: Take this chance for girls ages 1-11 to celebrate spring beauty of all sorts! Girls
will dress up in their best garden or tulip attire and have a chance to walk the runway. Hear from local royalty on what it really means to be a princess.

: Grab your partner and put on your dancing shoes for the new Swing Dance party held on the closing night at Waterfall Amphitheatre. Enjoy classic swing music while dancing next to the beautiful 65-foot tall waterfalls and illuminated by the bistro lighting.

The Tulip Festival is open Monday-Saturday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Admission is $15 for adults, $12 for children (3-12 years) and seniors. Free for Thanksgiving Point Members. The Tulip Festival is located at the Thanksgiving Point Gardens at 3900 N. Garden Dr., in Lehi.

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