artsy-fartsy mama: Thanksgiving Point Tulip Festival

Thanksgiving Point Tulip Festival

It's springtime here in Utah, and that means it's that time again for the Thanksgiving Point Tulip Festival!! I've never been, but I am excited to go with my family this year. I'm hoping to sneak a peek while I'm at Snap! Conference next week, too!

The Tulip Festival officially opens today and runs through April 27th, 10 am to 8 pm daily, closed Sundays. The 55-acre Thanksgiving Point Gardens displays 250,000 tulips, with nearly 100 different varieties in a rainbow of colors. The display is redesigned every year, so the experience is different every spring!

Not only can you view the gorgeous exhibit, but there are also garden tours and demonstrations every day. On the weekends, the Tulip Festival includes music, vendors, and food for more family fun! If you love photographing the flowers, enter the Tulip Festival photography contest! There are three age categories so anyone in the family can enter, and a grand prize for the winner!


One lucky reader is going to win 4 passes to the Thanksgiving Point Tulip Festival! Since the festival ends on the 27th, the giveaway will end on the 16th so there's time to get the passes to the winner.


Good luck!

I also wanted to let you know about the RUcurious2 campaign. The RUcurious2 campaign aims to raise awareness, support, and excitement for the Museum of Natural Curiosity, Utah's newest children's museum scheduled to open spring 2014! We're SO excited for this!!

37 comments:

  1. I was able to attend last year for the first time. It's ahhhhhmazing. Like really. Totally hope to win so I can go again!

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  2. I live right by the Thanksgiving Point Gardens, and can't wait to attend the Tulip Festival. The flowers are already blooming in the neighborhod and I'm so excited. I love spring.

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  3. OH I would LOVE to go...I just wish I lived closer!

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  4. I love any that are multi colored!

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  5. My favorite color is purple! I have always wanted to go to the tulip festival! This is the first year I've lived close, I used to live about 3 hours away! So I would LOVE to win these passes!!!

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  6. I just recently found your blog and I love it!

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  7. I'm going to Snap and would love to check out the tulip festival! My favorite color today is orange :)

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  8. Right now my favorite color is teal blue!

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  9. Turquoise is my favorite color!
    I have lived in Utah for 5 yrs & still haven't been to the Tulip Festival which is sooo sad cause that's my favorite flower!
    Thanks for the awesome giveaway!

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  10. Turquoise is my favorite color!!!
    I have lived in Utah for 5 yrs now & I still haven't been to the Tulip Festival which is sad because that's my favorite flower!
    Thanks for the awesome giveaway!!!

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  11. Teal is my favorite color with purple as a close second

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  12. I've never been and would loooove to, as tulips are my fav. my favorite color is GREEN!

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  13. I've never been and would LOOOOVE to go, as tulips are my fav. Green is my favorite color.

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  14. Favorite color right now is pink but out changes often!

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  15. my fav color is the that bright green!

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  16. Your blog is wonderful! My favorite color is purple, but I love seeing all the colors of spring flowers! So pretty!

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  17. My favorite color is yellow. I've always wanted to go to this! I hope I win!

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  18. My favorite color is yellow. I've always wanted to go to this! I hope I win!

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  19. I don't have one... although yellow makes me think sunny, blue the color of sky and ocean, green the color of trees, red- I think of robins. I could go on and on with every color! Pretty much all about Hermit's, "The Rainbow Connection"! :)

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  20. I love the Tulip Festival! Tulips are my favorite flower!

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  21. Last year here in CT because mother nature threw them a curve on the weather cycle, all our tulips had come and gone before the annual tulip festival. Not a one was left. OOPS

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  22. Every shade of pink from the palest to the brightest.

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  23. Every shade of pink from the palest to the brightest.

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  24. Hey Lindsay! I always wanted a spring wedding so I could have tulips and daffodils as my flowers. Well, my November wedding date didn't accommodate that. I've seen the ads for the Tulip Festival for years, but never gone. I'd love to check it out this year. xoxo from AmyS ;)

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