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Aiko would like to welcome you to the St. George Children's Museum! 

I took a bunch of notes about the building but lost them along the way. I do remember it used to be the college building, then an administration building and then vacant for a few years. Now, it's been remodeled for our kids! 

Every room had a different theme and even the hallways were decked out. 

Aiko loves to shop for food. 

Seriously, each room had something so unique. 


The castle room was pretty crazy. The drawbridge and the dragon. Of course, there was a castle and dress-up clothing. 

All the displays were interactive and basically, the kids could touch everything. 

There was even a room to play basketball in wheelchairs. 

I'm kind of baffled by these floor games that just use some kind of motion detector and actually work! Sheesh, technology these days. 

There was a "Frozen" theme room, it wasn't as decked out like the rest, but they had these cool (slightly dangerous) sleds on wheels. 

The Southern Utah Room was a favorite, of course.

Plus they had a toddler ring that contained the crawlers. 

Afterward, we decided to hit up the splash pad right next door. 

It was just the right amount of fun...until Aiko fell in the little river. 

That was our queue to leave. ;)

Entrance Fee(s)
$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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