Zion History & Museums: Green Gate Village, St. George Utah

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Green Gate Village

Visitors come to Green Gate Village for a chance to eat, sleep, and recreate in one of the most historic homesteads in all of Utah. The Green Gate Village is located approximately 45 miles southwest of Zion in St. George. Read More

  • Today, The Green Gate Village serves as a hotel and restaurant.
  • Located 45 miles south west of Zion in St. George.
  • The homesteads survive from over 130 years ago.

Overview

Green Gate Village is home to 14 historic properties located in downtown St. George, UT. Today, The Village serves as an inn, restaurant venue, and general store. Though much of the original facilities remain, there are also modern amenities, such as in room whirl-pool tubs, and a swimming pool.

Location/Directions

The Green Gate Village is located approximately 45 miles south west of Zion National Park in St. George.

Contact Information 

76 West Tabernacle St.
St. George, UT 84770
435.628.6999

Hours/Seasons

Open year-round.

Fees/Cost

Room rates range from $99 to $159.

More Info

The name, Green Gate Village originated in 1877, when Brigham Young ordered white paint for the St. George Temple. Upon arrival, Brigham learned the paint was in fact green instead of white. Disappointed, Young distributed the paint to the St. George residents who used it to paint their fences and gates. Today, The Green Gate Village is one of the only remaining green gates, surviving from over 131 years ago.

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