Top Attractions in St. George
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- Beautiful, educational, free, quiet, peaceful and close to downtown. Better yet, it's helpful in planning landscaping here that uses less water. This is a great idea put into reality by the city! Thanks.
I've been several times over the years.Written July 18, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Beautiful and interesting collection of red rock sandstone, just made for climbing and exploring. Wear good shoes. Bring water. Pay attention to where you're climbing.Written June 13, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The temple is under renovation and slated to open in Nov 2022. You can still see how magnificent the temple is. We toured the visitor center and learned a great deal.Written June 12, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- So much beauty. Not sure what part of it we were in, but it is all around the outskirts of St George and is gorgeous. Take your time, get out and walk. Make sure to bring your phone for pictures. Gorgeous.Written July 20, 2022
- Definitely worth a stop! Our 9 and 12 year old enjoyed it and I think it's targeted mostly for the younger crowd. The equipment was well kept, ranged from toddler to big kid climbing wall. The "splash pad" as so refreshing. We would highly recommend if you are trying to find something fun for the kids with water involved as well. There is a covered pavilion where you could bring a picnic lunch. Highly recommend!Written July 13, 2021
- Excellent small museum focused on the actual discovery right here on this site. Tracks and behaviors are being discovered through this finding and it's cool to see it actually "in action".
The museum is small but the videos help me imagine how these tracks were made and what we learn about the dinosaurs from these tracks. In that sense, this museum is AWESOME. If your expectations are to see giant fossils, then you will be disappointed. For what it does, it's great!Written July 18, 2022
- Kayenta is an amazing artists community out in the desert. The restaurant there is fantastic and the grounds are beautiful. We took in a show at the theater and just reveled in the beautiful atmosphere of the whole place.Written April 24, 2022
- impressive place. The couple said they were new, but were very well informed and very welcoming. nice shady trees outsideWritten June 30, 2022
- A well thought out memorial created a very moving experience from a little known and often suppressed horror from our history. 140 or so American families (men, women and children) passing through in a wagon train heading to California were attacked by a Mormon militia who through deceit and unimaginable evil shot and clubbed to death all but 17 children under 6. The dead were then stripped and left unburried for years while their few surviving children were given to Morman families. When we were there, very personal memorials had been left by descendants of both the victims (e.g. poems) and the perpetrators (asking for forgiveness). These and the well written displays about the facts and the character of the innocent victims moved me to tears. Only one of the 50 Mormon attackers was convicted and punished (some say to cover up the complicit role of the highest officials in the LDS church). My only criticism: no explanation was given as to "why" this happened. Then again, how does one explain human evil - especially when committed in God's name?Written April 1, 2022
- I was very happily surprised to find this park. I visited during the morning when there weren't too many people around Mostly they were walking their dogs. The park is very relaxing and calming to me. I would go back many times if I didn't live so far away.Written September 25, 2021
- Cool galleries with wonderful SW art. I don't know why some of the reviews are so negative. I was pleased to see such variety and quality art. It was a pleasant afternoon when the temps made it almost impossible to be outside.Written August 29, 2021
- The walls are over a foot thick, maybe two. Kept the house beautifully fresh. Elder Nielson was very personable, interesting, and well-informed. The upper floor especially was a delight. Jacob Hamblin was a very impressive person.Written June 30, 2022
- Learn the history of St. George by stepping in for a 20 minute air conditioned tour. Learn how the original pioneer settlers raised this from the desert in the 1860's-70's. There are only 3 items ordered from New York. The building is a miracle of pioneer innovation, based on a typical red brick New England church. I find the tours interesting and informative, and fun for the children. Don't miss the other 3 historical sites in St. George - The Brigham Young Winter home, and the Jacob Hamblin Pioneer Home. I gained a new appreciation of this building after learning about the balcony, grapes, cotton blossoms, pine wood and time capsules buried in the interior by pioneer workers on the Tabernacle.Written June 16, 2022
- These petroglyphs used to be out in the middle of nowhere. Now they are encompassed by houses at every side. Still, it's good to see that someone had the foresight to save this important area where people lived thousands of years ago. I was amazed that vandals have not destroyed the pictures. They are beautiful and you can imagine what they mean.
It's in the middle of a neighborhood at the corner of two streets. It's a very small park with a couple of benches where we had snacks and water. You can climb up on one big rock to look at the pictures but don't touch them. There are no signs telling you not to, but touching them eventually destroys them.
It's a quick stop. Others stopped to look while we were there and they too thought it was cool.Written December 1, 2021
- We really enjoyed the pool area. I like how many areas they have for younger kids. My son loved the jungle theme and all the fun animals to climb on. Everything is well kept up and it is reasonably priced. We'll definitely come here to swim again. Great experience.Written April 20, 2021
Frequently Asked Questions about St. George
- The best day trips from St. George according to Tripadvisor travelers are:
- Bryce Canyon and Zion National Park Day Tour with Lunch from Las Vegas
- Full-day Tour in Antelope Canyon and Horseshoe Bend
- Full-Day Private Tour & Hike in Zion National Park
- Candy Cliffs in Saint George Utah
- 1 Day Tour at Valley of Fire and Zion Park