Farm - Museum - Park/Garden
3003 North Thanksgiving Way, Lehi, UT 84043
Thanksgiving Point is re-opening our two outdoor venues (Ashton Gardens and Farm Country) on Friday, May 1, 2020. “Utah Leads Together” plan provides guidelines to safely enter a moderate risk phase and allow socially-distanced limited admissions to outdoor venues. The following guidelines are in place for those planning a visit to Thanksgiving Point:
• Advance ticket reservations are required for both Thanksgiving Point members and the public at www.thanksgivingpoint.org. Golf carts and wheelchairs are also available for rent online.
• The number of guests allowed for each venue is limited by each half-hour to allow for social distancing.
• Guests are encouraged to wear face masks or face coverings while visiting. Employees will wear face masks while working.
• Venues will have a marked one-way path through displays to encourage social distancing.
• Additional cleaning and sanitation measures, as well as educational signage, are being implemented to facilitate safety.
• Guests and employees are asked to wash hands frequently and stay home when ill.
• Venues will offer a daily time slot for guests who are considered “high-risk” to visit.
Created in 1996 by Alan and Karen Ashton, Thanksgiving Point is the gathering place for the rapidly growing communities along the Wasatch Front and throughout the state. Their untold generosity is unparalleled, and the result is this wonderful community resource. Thanksgiving Point Gardens, the Children?s Discovery Garden, Farm Country, the Museum of Ancient Life, and the Emporium and restaurants offer stimulating and engaging experiences in a safe, family-friendly setting. They foster learning, bring families closer together and provide beautiful gathering places for groups of all kinds, giving them opportunities to share their cultural heritage and common bonds.