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Steph here!

We were here for hours! Good thing we ate first or we would have had to leave and then come back. 

The museum is two stories. The upstairs is like a small city with a post office, airport, bank and grocery store to name a few.

Downstairs has a frozen exhibit, music area, and wheelchairs for the kids to play on and try their hand at b-ball on wheels.

After the museum, we played at the Splash Pad which is located right next door! Be sure to check out some of Stephanie's other Museum trips in St. George. Like the Brigham Young Winter House Museum or the St. Goerge Tabernacle. 

Harmony will be posting later this afternoon about her trip to the museum too! 

Entrance Fee(s)
No longer Free. $5 per person.
Helpful Tips

The museum is in an old historic building and is called the St. George ChildrensMuseum, but they are privately run and do not receive city funding. They ask for a $3 donation per person
Parking is free

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