The Rosenbruch Wildlife Museum represents one of the finest collects of animals in the world. A 25,000 sq. ft. facility allowing visitors to experience over 300 species of wildlife in their natural habitat. Approximately 1/4 mile of pathway through the plains of Africa, the forests of North America, and the mountains of Asia. Two live waterfalls and a two-story mountain. Fifty hidden speakers providing animal and ambient sounds.
Location: Next to the Dixie Convention Center at Interstate 15 exit #6.
St. George Art Museum
The museum houses a permanent collection of fine art, consisting of sculpture, paintings, prints, ceramics, drawings, and photographs (A collection of 340 items). Includes works by well-known southwest artists such as Maynard Dixon. The museum continues to acquire fine art created by artists of the Southwest.
The museum also hosts special exhibits, that change four times per year.
Location: 47 East 200 North .
St. George Dinosaur
"The St. George Dinosaur Discovery Site museum houses a world-renowned Early Jurassic track site as well as hundreds of fossil fish, plants, rare dinosaur remains, invertebrates traces and important sedimentary structures. The site includes the world's largest collection of dinosaur swim tracks, as well as a rare sitting impression of a large meat-eating dinosaur. It is located at 2180 E Riverside Drive."
10:00 am to 6:00 pm – Monday through Saturday Closed Sundays
Daughters of Utah Pioneer
A collection of historical artifacts.
McQuarrie Memorial Pioneer Museum
145 North 100 East
St. George, Utah 84770
March, April, May, September and October: 10:00am to 5:00pm
June, July and September: 10:30am to 2:00pm
November, January and February: 12:30pm to 4:00pm
The Museum is closed on Wednesday and Sunday. It is also closed for the entire month of December.