The Thanksgiving Point property consists of gardens, restaurants, theaters, a farm, a museum and a golf course. Highlights include the Museum of Ancient Life, Farm Country, Thanksgiving Point Garden, The Golf Club at Thanksgiving Point and Water Tower Plaza.
Museum of Ancient Life focuses on prehistoric creatures and paleontology. Visitors are able to touch actual fossils, dinosaur bones and eggs plus other 50 interactive exhibits. The museum is home to the world's largest collection of mounted dinosaurs, numbering to 60 full skeletal displays. It also features the Mammoth-Screen 3D Theater with a six-story high screen.
Farm Country is a working farm filled with country animals that families can interact with. Real milk is bottled and processed at the Meadow Gold Dairy Adventure.
Thanksgiving Point Gardens showcase 15 separate themed gardens spread out in a 55 acre property, plus 13 acres of turf grass, around 250,000 tulips, 70 varieties of rose and one of the largest manmade waterfalls.
The Golf Club at Thanksgiving Point is the largest golf club in Utah, covering more than 200 acres. The championship caliber course features an 18-hole layout with 10,000 trees and 55 acres of sand.
Water Tower Plaza is the site of Thanksgiving Point's iconic water tower landmark. The plaza offers shopping and dining possibilities as well as outdoor spaces ideal for receptions and parties.
Shops are scattered all over Thanksgiving Point selling flowers, plants, toys and souvenirs. The Emporium unveils over 13,000 square feet of shops selling gifts, furniture and home accessories.