This small but fantastic sculpture garden is a must see. Incredible religious-themed creations using boulders.
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If everybody's backyard was like Gilgal Gardens, this would be a much more interesting world. Not to mention surreal, thought-provoking, and peaceful. This was literally the backyard of a talented stone mason who was deeply inspired in his work by his Mormon religion - but...More
A small (in terms of space) sculpture garden, but big rock sculptures. Yes there is a LDS flavour, but with an interesting perspective. Worth the visit
On a residential street behind a dilapidated house is a meticulously maintained “garden” (backyard, really, though there are some nice flowers) filled with some pretty far-out sculptures. It’s a bit surreal, and falls into the category of “Outsider” art (meaning self-taught, not made by a...More
To appreciate the wonders and uniqueness of Gilgal, one has to visit. Words cannot describe the art that is contained within the small garden. Treat yourself to some strange and wonderful sights and visit Gilgal Gardens.
This is not a huge place (it was once the sculptors back yard), but it IS interesting. As a testament to one man's passion to document something (I'm not sure what) it is quite entertaining. I understand that while it IS aimed to be positive...More
We didn't know what to expect from this visit. The garden is small and not easy to find - set up you GPS and find the parking somewhere on the street. The garden is just BEHIND just a regular old house. It is free to...More
This is a lovely little garden with some historical importance to the city. It is well maintained, and occasionally you get to smell fresh baking bread from the nearby bakery.