The International Peace Gardens is located at Jordan Park, 1000 South 900 West, Salt Lake City, Utah. The gardens are open 7 am to 10 pm year round. Flower displays are in bloom from May until October. Dogs on a leash are permitted. You must clean up after your dog. 

Events Schedule your event at the International Peace Gardens

     MAY: Norwegians and friends of Norway gather to celebrate the Norwegian Constitution Day each year on the Saturday following May 17. www.utah17mai.com

          JUNE: Swedish Midsummer Festival to celebrate the longest day of the year. Click HERE for details.

        JULY: Utah chapters, Japanese American Citizens League hosted picnic for students from SLC sister city Matsumoto, Japan.

          AUGUST: The Salt Lake Council of Women Annual Festival in August.

                             Crayfish Festival (Swedish Heritage), 6 P.M., August 27. Click HERE for details.

Celebrations and Weddings

        Weddings and memorials as well as cultural events such as the Swedish summer frolic and Norwegian Independence Day parade are held at the International Peace Gardens.

To reserve space in the International Peace Gardens for your special day, simply fill in the application below. You will then want to talk with Cherie Schoenfeld (TEL:801-972-7841, email:cherie.schoenfeld@slcgov.com) at the office of Parks and Public Lands to finalize your plans.

Application: https://www.slc.gov/parks/services-requests-2/wedding-reservations/

Get more ideas on what to do on the Salt Lake City Travel Guide

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