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.


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.


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


Admission is free.