Salt Lake City

Council District 2

The Westside – Fairpark, Glendale, Poplar Grove

International Peace Gardens

The International Peace Gardens, located on the bank of the Jordan River in Salt Lake City, was founded as a citizenship project and as a lesson in peace and understanding between nations. The endeavor is evidence that people from many lands can unite in building a monument to peace.

The garden was conceived in 1939 and dedicated in 1952, the International Peace Gardens has welcomed tens of thousands of travelers from every corner of the globe, including exchange partners from Salt Lake’s several Sister Cities.

Visit the International Peace Gardens website for more information.

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