Zion History & Museums: Brigham Young Winter Home, St. George Utah

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Brigham Young Winter Home

Visitors come to Brigham Young’s winter home for a chance to experience a piece of early American history. The house is located approximately 45 miles southwest of Zion National Park in St. George, UT. Read More

  • Admission is free.
  • Located 45 miles south west of Zion in St. George.
  • The Museum is open 9am to 5pm. Hours vary seasonally.

Overview

Set in a neighborhood amongst some of the areas original pioneer homes, The Brigham Young Winter Home serves as a remnant of the areas earliest history. Brigham Young, one of the founders of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, and notable settler of the western US, used this house as a winter retreat, finding the milder winders a welcome refuse from his arthritis. Today, the house is open as a museum, housing much of his family’s original furniture, china, and personal affects.

Location/Directions

The Brigham Young Winter Home is located approximately 45 miles south west of Zion National Park.

Contact Information

67 West 200 North
St. George, UT 84770
(435) 673-5181

Hours/Seasons

Hours are 9am to 5pm during the winter. 9am to 7pm during the spring. 9 am to 8pm during the summer.

Fees/Cost

Admission is free.

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