St. George UT Tours

Touring the Best of St. George UT

There are tons of things to see and do in St. George, UT. Touring St. George can be a great way to get to know the community especially if you are looking to relocate to the St. George area. Therefore, I have found a list of the top ten touring places for you and your family to enjoy while you’re here.

Top 10 Things to See and Do:

#10 Scenic Rafting – This rafting tour is by far Southern Utah’s premier whitewater rafting scenic adventure. It is a must do adventure where you will see Southern Utah’s wild at its best. The breathtaking scenery and whitewater are in unmatched wild setting.

#9 Kayenta – Located in Southern Utah’s red rock country, the tranquil enclave of the Kayenta community is protected by over 2,000 acres of master planned community and luxury homes. Kayenta is on this list because it is a unique location that is focused on sustainable growth, land use and one-of-a-kind homes in a natural setting.

#8 Rosenbruch Wildlife Museum – This newer world class facility is made up of over 35,000 sq ft of natural habitat with over 300 wildlife species. You can enjoy the plains of Africa, the mountains of Asia and the forests of North America. There are two waterfalls to help provide an experience you will remember forever.

#7 St. George Tabernacle – The St. George Tabernacle is also known as the “jewel in the desert”. It’s a symbol of the towns beginnings. You will have an opportunity to learn stories about the tabernacles glass and why the balcony was moved.

#6 Entrada at Snow Canyon Golf Course – A Johnny Miller signature golf course that features Bent Grass greens. This course is challenging for even the most skilled golfer.

#5 Jacob Hamblin Home – This historic residence and museum was the home to Mormon pioneer and missionary Jacob Hamblin. After the home was flooded, a group of missionaries reconstructed the home and it is now open to the public as a museum.

# 4 St. George Children’s Museum – The children’s museum allows children to engage in interactive activities in a vibrant location that is great for the whole family. Get ready to imagine and create.

# 3 Brigham Young Winter Home – This is where President of the Mormons, Brigham Young spent his last years enjoying the warm weather of St. George UT during the winter. The home is now a museum open to the public. You can find it at 67 West 200 North St. George, Utah 84770.

#2 Pioneer Park – Pioneer Park is a defining landmark of St George. Climbing up on the Dixie Rock can be done by anyone young to old, and there are many cracks, holes, caves, etc. in the rocks to explore. It’s an awesome way for young ones to learn to love hiking and climbing and the red rocks of Southern Utah.

#1 St. George Temple – Located on a city block in St. George’s historic district, the gleaming white St. George Utah Temple is a striking monument among the red sandstone buttes that characterize Utah’s Dixie. The St. George Utah Temple is the oldest operating temple of the Church and was the first built in Utah.

Another great way to tour St. George Utah is by helicopter. You can catch a ride on the Zion Helicopter Tour that will take you on a 45 mile scenic aerial tour.

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