Welcome back!! It’s Field Trip Friday to Gardeners Village with me, today! Gardeners Village is a quaint “make shift” town nestled in the midst of busy Utah cities. Each store is actually a historical home. They were each moved there to form and create Gardeners Village.
As you park your car you are welcomed by a covered walking bridge. It leads you to the many shops, bakery, candy store, fabric shop, quilt shop, day spa, and even a restaurant.
There are swans, geese and ducks that live at Gardeners Village. This is a great view of the stream and some of the store fronts.
Another view of the stream and store fronts. Don’t you love the blossoming trees???
I like this picture as well. You have a look at the brick walk way, and the architecture of the buildings.
Each store has a different theme. From jewelry, to children’s wear, to home accessories.
You would never know this was taken in 2014, except for the electrical wires in the background, would you?
Yes, I want this in my living room window, too, don’t you?
Hubby took me here for a few hours on a Mothers Day date. it is always fun to look around shops with him. He patiently waits while I look and touch just about everything.
Each store has a plaque on the outside explaining who owned the home and when it was built. I love the lime green shutters against the natural logs, don’t you?
Hubby is a history major and a HUGE history buff, so he had a great time reading about each store and home.
It was a perfect day for a Field Trip Friday to Gardeners Village.
If you are ever in the Salt Lake Valley, take time to visit Gardeners Village. There is plenty to see and eat. You might even buy a few things like I did…But that is for a post next week.
Thanks for visiting my blog today and taking a Field Trip to Gardeners Village with me.
Make it a Field Trip Friday.