Gardner Village

Stroll brick-lined paths and discover 22 retail specialty shops surrounding the historic Gardner Mill. With the ambiance and charm of an early Utah village, you’ll enjoy shopping for everything from furniture, home décor, clothing, quilts and more.  Renew your spirit in the day spa. The Wasatch Front Farmers Market has made Gardner Village its home June through October. Archibald's Restaurant is a place rich in atmosphere and local history. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and nestled within Gardner Village, the flour mill is now home to Archibald’s and Country Furniture. The main ingredient of the restaurant began over 130 years ago when early Utah pioneer Archibald Gardner built this flour mill.  


This Is The Place Heritage Park  

*This attraction is visited on our Salt Lake City Tour and Mormon Tabernacle Choir Tour 

This Is The Place for FUN in the West! Explore a Pioneer Village, Pan for Gold, Ride Trains, Ponies and a Vintage Fire Engine! Say hello to our farm friendly animals, and "milk" Clara Belle the Cow. There's Reindeer, pygmy goats, tea cup pigs and Liberty Star our newest mini horse plus many other little furry friends who like to be snuggled and scratched. See a working Blacksmith in his shop, a Tinsmith and help a "Spinster" card and spin wool. Hungry? Have an old-fashioned scoop of ice-cream in the Huntsman Saloon, or enjoy Brigham's Donuts, a little bit of sugary Heaven! There's great grub at the old Hotel and a candy shop for your sweet tooth at the ZCMI Mercantile. Native American Dancers are a must see attraction, daily at 11am, 1 and 3pm. Visit the Native American Village and make take home crafts. Don't miss the Visitor Center and Gift Shop, one of the best shopping experiences in the West. You can also see the Mormon Battalion Museum and Stoddard Art Gallery. There's much more to see and do at This Is The Place Heritage Park. If you have an hour or a day, come have FUN at the Park!