WITCHFEST FREQUENTLY-ASKED QUESTIONS

PARKING: Parking is free year round. However, during our busiest days of WitchFest, we hire ABM Parking to manage the lots. Fee is $5 on October 11, 12, 17, 18, 19, 25 and 26, 2019. Cash only. Receive valuable coupons, the WitchFest Fun Book with the Witch Scavenger Hunt, when you park. For your safety, please don’t park on 7800 South. There is plenty of parking at Gardner Village.

ADMISSION FEES: There are no admission fees to visit Gardner Village. However, there are fees for select WitchFest events and attractions hosted by our locally-owned shops. Find more information here.

MASKS & COSTUMES: Masks are not allowed. We encourage you to visit dressed in whimsical witch hats and witch costumes to keep WitchFest traditions entertaining and alive. Need a witch costume to join in the fun? Several of our shops sell witch hats and costumes.

LOST & FOUND: Visit or call our Management office at 801.566.8903. The receptionist is available between 10am and 4pm, Monday-Friday.

LOST CHILDREN: Take lost children to the shop, Pine Needles, located on the southwest end of the property.

STROLLERS: Due to the nature of our small shops and historical buildings, strollers must remain outside. Stroller parking areas are available.

ALCOHOL: No outside alcohol allowed. Alcohol can be purchased at Archibald’s Restaurant with your meal and at some ticketed events.

FOOD: No outside food allowed. No food or drink allowed in stores. On-site restaurants and food vendors are available.

OCTOBER 2019 HOURS: Monday-Thursday, 10am-8pm and Friday-Saturday, 10am-9pm. Closed Sundays. Halloween, 10am-5pm. (Gardner Village is open year round. View year round hours here).

PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION: Take Trax to the Historic Gardner Stop and walk across the street. Find Trax info here. Please consider carpooling.

RESPECT THE PROPERTY: We kindly ask that you respect our property so we may continue to offer community events throughout the year.

Thank you for attending and supporting our locally-owned shops and restaurants. They make WitchFest and other community events throughout the year possible as Gardner Village is privately-owned and doesn't rely on government funding.


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