St. George Utah Attractions

Stroll around Historic Downtown St. George with museums, galleries, and entertainment, all within walking distance of the B&B. You can also take a short drive to visit the natural wonders of Southern Utah's state and national parks.

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Brigham Young Winter Home

Located diagonally across from our home and open for free tours. This home is also an example of early settler dwellings with great information about the settlement of St. George and the early Latter Day Saints that settled the area.

435-673-2517
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Downtown St. George

Take a stroll around our Historic Downtown. It has shopping, dining, museums, galleries, and entertainment. All of this is a short block away. The farmer/artisan market is always fun to wander around.

435-627-4000
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Petroglyph Hikes

There are many hikes to choose from to see well preserved evidence of the Puebloan and Anasazi peoples. Click the following link for some of the best hikes.

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Snow Canyon State Park

Short drive to over 38 miles of hiking trails through lava flows and Navajo sandstone in the Red Cliffs Desert Preserve. This lesser known gem is a favorite of our locals. The petrified sand dunes are a fun exploration.

435-628-2255
St. George Dinosaur Discovery Site

This site is great for a short visit to see the myriad of dinosaurs that roamed this area millions of years ago. Incredibly preserved tracks and interesting exhibits await you.

435-574-3466
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Tonaquint Nature Center

For a nice picnic or stroll by the river, make a visit to this park. This naturalists’ delight displays native plants and plenty of shade for summer days.  Next door is our newest children’s park which is a dinosaur themed attraction of its own.

435-627-4590
Tuacahn Center for the Arts

Tuacahn brings Broadway to the desert with an incredible outdoor theatre set against majestic cliffs. We have seen dozens of shows here and have never been disappointed. They bring first run Disney productions that delight all audiences.

800-746-9882
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Walking tour of Historic St. George

A fun way to pass an afternoon learning about the history of the area. Each stop has a sign and brochures are available in our dining hall and the St. George Chamber of Commerce.  The St. George Community takes pride in preserving our historic buildings. Tour highlights include the Pioneer Center for the Arts Complex with its great art museum, and the LDS Tabernacle and Temple. View the A Stroll through History.

435-627-4525
Zion National Park
Zion National Park

World class hiking in this spectacular canyon with over 15 hikes of various ability levels.  Bring plenty of water and be ready to take some pictures. Zion is hiking at its best.

435-772-3256