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Cedar City has a deep pioneer history, much of which is my husband’s heritage, so it’s always fun to show the kids their ancestors. We headed to the Frontier Homestead State Park a mile away from our hotel.

We've actually written about the Frontier Homestead State Park in the past and we are so very excited to show it again! 

The museum has all sorts of community events and SO much to offer visitors and locals! One of the highlights is making the rag dolls! (Usually an activity for large groups and community events.) Such a quick and easy craft. 

We explored all over the museum grounds. 

We tried to roll hoops. 

We climbed into all sorts of buildings. 

We went mining and checked for gold. In freezing water mind you.

We spent some time in jail.

Then we washed a whole bunch of laundry. 

We even made time for school. Did you know Utah used to have their own language? Yeah, we're glad it didn't work out too, I couldn't imagine having to figure it out twice! Seriously, we love visiting the Frontier Homestead State Park! It's a perfect way to break up the long drive on I-15 and learn more about how the west was settled! 

Be sure to check on our other posts in our Cedar City Staycation and go enter our Cedar City Staycation Giveaway!

Thanks to Visit Cedar City for sponsoring this post!

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