Thanksgiving Point is one of the best spots for entertainment along the Wasatch Front. If you want indoor fun, you can check out a movie at the Larry H. Miller Megaplex or visit the dinosaurs at the Museum of Ancient Life. When the weather’s nice, bask in the sun and get some fresh air on a stroll through Ashton Gardens during the tulip festival in Utah, then stop by to say “hello” to the animals who live at Farm Country.

Visit the Thanksgiving Point website to learn more about the Tulip Festival, Butterfly Biosphere, and Farm Country; you’ll want to make reservations in advance. Follow Thanksgiving Point’s Facebook page to see what’s new there this week!

What are some of your favorite things to do at Thanksgiving Point? Have you attended the tulip festival in Utah? Are there other destinations where you can view tulips in Utah? Let us know in the comments!

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What are some things I should know before visiting Thanksgiving Point’s Museum of Ancient Life?

The Museum of Ancient Life is just one of the many things you can do at Thanksgiving Point. This incredible museum in Utah is home to one of the world’s largest display of complete dinosaur skeletons and it's loved by adults and children alike. To make sure that you have a wonderful and unforgettable experience, keep the following in mind:

  •  You will find more than 60 complete mounted skeletons at this museum.
  • Make sure to check out the ancient fish during your visit.
  • This family-friendly museum has plenty of hands-on activities for all ages.
  • Watch paleontologists and volunteers at work.
  • This museum is open Monday through Saturday and you can easily spend a few hours exploring this incredible destination.


What other activities should I add to my spring bucket list in Utah?

  • Visit Red Butte Garden: Here, you can view thousands of daffodils in the garden and it is beautiful!
  • Explore St. George:  Spring in St. George is perfect! The temperatures in southern Utah this time of year fall between 80 and 90 degrees Fahrenheit making it an excellent time to get outdoors.
  • Utah State Capitol: The capitol building is home to numerous cherry trees that are enchanting during the spring!
  • A spring hike: There are many easy, yet beautiful hikes that you’ll want to explore during the spring months.

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