300 Wakara Way
Salt Lake City
Take in the sights, sounds and smells of the ever-changing scenery of Red Butte Garden, enjoy the summer concert series from June to September, and experience the gardens in a different light during Garden After Dark in October. And for a spectacular view of the Salt Lake Valley, take an easy hike on one of the many hiking trails. Capture the beauty of Salt Lake, click here to learn more.
Mark the changing seasons by your visits to Red Butte Garden. Enjoy the flowering of 400,000 bulbs, crabapples, magnolias, and hawthorns in early Spring, to be closely followed by stunning displays of wildflowers in May, roses in June, an ever-changing kaleidoscope of flowering plants throughout the summer, dazzling ornamental grasses in the fall, and the quiet blanketing of the Garden with snow in the winter.
One of Red Butte Garden’s most attractive features is its award winning Terrace Gardens, which contain Herb, Medicinal and Fragrance gardens where visitors can bathe in the sensory glow of lilac, mock orange and lavender as well as the pungent, spicy smells of the culinary and decorative herbs. Also enjoy the Rose Garden, Four Seasons Garden, Creekside Gardens, Water Pavilion, waterfalls and Natural Areas.
If you have little ones with you, be sure not to miss the Children’s Garden with its Canyon Waterfall, Butterfly Walk, Em’s Sprout House, sandbox, and snake-squirting water fountain. Sign them up for Summer Camp or a Garden Adventures class.
Red Butte Garden’s Orangerie and spectacular new Rose House offer stunning views of the Salt Lake Valley and mountains, and are available to rent for your very special occasion.
Perhaps nowhere in the region does the landscape create the vast pleasures of sight and smell as at Red Butte Garden.
Guided walking tours and tram tours are available from May through September to give visitors an intimate interpretive experience. Or feel free to tour the Garden on your own all year long.
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