We’re celebrating our country and state at Gardner Village in July!
Go on an exciting adventure around Gardner Village while on a Historic Scavenger Hunt! Download and print your form here or pick one up in the lobby of Archibald's Restaurant at Gardner Village!
Want to have a little MORE FUN while on your hunt? Take photos around Gardner Village and post them to Instagram with #gardnervillage. Our favorite photo will win 2 free Farmers Market breakfasts!
Here's a little history to know before you start your Historic Scavenger Hunt:
Gardner Village opened in 1980 and was named after Archibald Gardner, an early Utah pioneer.
Archibald built the mill in which Archibald’s Restaurant and Country Furniture & Gifts now reside.
Have you seen this at Gardner Village?
Archibald Gardner is not actually buried here, but this stone is a monument to his life.
Did you know Gardner Village became a Utah Historic Site in 1992 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places?
Evidence of a long-ago era is found throughout the Village, and you get to go find it on a Historic Scavenger Hunt!
Download and print your form here or pick up a copy in the brochure rack in the lobby of Archibald’s Restaurant beginning July 2nd.
Take your completed form to Naborhood Bakery for an all-American favorite, a chocolate chip cookie for only $.35!