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Gilgal Sculpture Garden

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GILGAL SCULPTURE GARDEN | Salt Lake City's Secret Oddity!

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Visit Gilgal Garden, Home of SLC's Sphinx - Uniquely Utah

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Gilgal Sculpture Garden

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A Short Film about Gilgal Sculpture Garden in SLC

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The Gilgal Sculpture Garden is a small public city park, located at 749 East 500 South in Salt Lake City, Utah, United States. The park, which is filled with unusual symbolic statuary associated with Mormonism, notably to the Sphinx with Joseph Smith's head, was a labor of love designed and created by LDS businessman Thomas Battersby Child, Jr. (1888-1963) in his spare time. The park contains 12 original sculptures and over 70 stones engraved with scriptures, poems and literary texts. Gilgal Sculpture Garden is the only designated "visionary art environment" in the state of Utah.
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