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Stephanie continues her Road Trippin' Series! 

We had just arrived in Cedar City after the long drive from up north and we needed to stretch our legs. I saw a road sign for the Homestead and thought I would check it out. 

There is a small museum that we explored in about 15 minutes, then we went outside and let the kids run crazy!

They could have done laundry and played school all day.  

There are classes availabe on the weekends for spinning and weaving. Sadly, we were there during the week.

They also loved mining for gold and and trying their hand at roping.

The kids (10m-9yrs) played and explored for 2 hours!

They would have stayed longer but I was starving so we ran across the street and had some amazing burgers at Brad's Food Hut.

September-May: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday - Saturday
June-August: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday - Sunday
Holiday Closures: Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day
Entrance Fee(s)
$3 Per Person, $1.50 for Iron Conty Residents
$75 Annual Pass is available at the museum
$35 Senior Adventure (annual) Pass
Helpful Tips

Stroller Friendly

ADA - Visitor Center/Museum
Day Use
Drinking Water
Modern Restrooms
Trails - Interpretive
Visitor Center
Cell Phone Audio Tour


Approximately 250 miles south of Salt Lake City.
From I-15, take Cedar City 200 N exit (SR 56) and go east, turn north on Main St (SR 130) for a 1/2 mile.


(435) 586-9290

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