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Steve Griffin, Deseret News
Felisha Pyles lies on her side to get a low angle photograph of tulips as they begin to bloom at Thanksgiving Point’s Ashton Gardens during the 15th annual Tulip Festival in Lehi on Friday, April 12, 2019. As many as 280,000 tulips in hundreds of varieties, all imported directly from Holland, are scattered in the 15 themed gardens. Pyles attended the festival with her sons Zackaria and Aedan Denoyers, top.

During Thanksgiving Point's 15th annual Tulip Festival in Lehi, which will run six days a week through Saturday, May 4, guests will be treated to 15 themed gardens featuring 280,000 tulips in hundreds of varieties, all imported from Holland.

In addition to walking through the 55-acre garden, this year’s festival will also include a swing dance, a performance by the Lyceum Philharmonic, a 5K race and activities for children. And for the first time this year, guests can reserve a preferred time slot to attend the festivities.

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Festival hours are 9 a.m. to 8 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Admission is $20 for adults, $15 for senior citizens and children ages 3-12. Entrance is free to Thanksgiving Point Members and children under 2. Ashton Gardens is located at 3900 N. Garden Drive. To purchase tickets, log on to thanksgivingpoint.org.

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