According to wikipedia Thanksgiving Point “is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit farm, garden, and museum complex in Lehi, Utah, United States. Its venues include the Museum of Ancient Life, Farm Country, the Museum of Natural Curiosity, and Ashton Gardens.Other attractions include Harvest restaurant, Tower Deli, Emporium gift shop, and Brick Canvas spa.” Since it was established in 1995, it has provided many experiences and opportunities for families throughout Utah and visitors as an opportunity for people visiting outside our state as well.
According to google reviews some of the feedback that people have shared has been very posative as stated below:
Asif Chanawala said “This the very beautiful place. Nature all around you with beautiful flowers, running streams, small lakes, fishes. This is one of the most beautiful place to visit if you want to feel peace and nature around yourself. There is a section called secret garden I think that was something unique that I have experienced. If you go on Tuesday in August it’s just $2. I would recommend to visit this place at least once.”
NE said “You can’t find a place with more diverse activities than Thanksgiving Point… and everything is family friendly (with the golf course possibly being the only exception, but what legit golf course isn’t?). The museums, farm, arts building, gardens, movie theaters, etc. are all wonderful and offer something for everyone. The extra activities (story time for the toddlers, family game nights, movies by the waterfalls in the summer, the Tulip Festival, Jello Fest, Dog Days in the gardens, etc.) provides added variety for pass holders. I also appreciate that members can bring guests at discounted rates which makes it so easy to invite friends to join in the fun.”
Krista Neibaur said “We bought an annual pass but live in another state and were only able to go three different occasions. My FIVE kids were ages 5-14 and thoroughly enjoyed every minute. It’s so refreshing to go somewhere as a family that’s for exploring, enjoying, and learning. It’s a unique place and I can’t even pick which part we loved the most. We got to watch as 4 baby goats were born in farm country, rolled down grassy hills and fed HUGE fish at the beautiful gardens, explored indoors and out at the children’s museum, and were wowed by dinosaur facts in the ancient history museum. Thank you to whoever dreamed up this place and all those that made it happen. I also want to add that I very much appreciate seeing several adults with disabilities employed there with a huge smile and friendly greetings as they worked.”
While Thanksgiving Point has much more opportunities for special moments than Utah Valley Chiropractic, our staff will do it’s best to provide an experience that will enrich your life and provide a positive experience. One of our services that may provide an enriching experience is our therapeutic massage by one of our therapists.
There are three routes on google maps. Thanksgiving Point is approximately 16 minutes on I 15; It’s 19 minutes via I-15 S and E State St; and 22 minutes via I-15 S, W Main St and E State St. The route that we reccomend is via I-15 S. From Thanksgiving Point get on I-15 S from N Thanksgiving Way and UT-85/W 2100 N it will be 4 min (1.7 mi); Follow I-15 S to Lindon. Take exit 275 from I-15 S; it will be 6 min (6.7 mi). Choosing the route via I-15 S, W Main St and E State St will require you to Get on I-15 S, 2 min (1.0 mi); Continue on I-15 S. Drive to E State St in Pleasant Grove; Continue on Pleasant Grove Blvd. Drive to W State St in Pleasant Grove.
If you are using this information these directions are for planning purposes only. You may find that construction projects, traffic, weather, or other events may cause conditions to differ from the map results, and you should plan your route accordingly. You must obey all signs or notices regarding your route.