The Brigham Young Park is a charming, historical park just east of the LDS Church’s world headquarters. It serves as a performance venue for summer concerts and a historical park to tell the stories of the early LDS Pioneers who settled the area.
The character of the park was programmed with native species designed to support the sculptures that are dispearsed throughout the garden. The main focal point is a stunning waterwheel garden at the east end of the park.
The park continues to be a great respite from the busy activity that surrounds it in the city.