- Located 18 miles north of St. George the historic silver mining ghost town of Silver Reef.
- The museum is home to 19th century and silver mining artifacts.
What can I see and do at the Silver Reef Museum?
Housed in the 1878 Wells Fargo Express Stop, the museum invites guests to explore many artifacts relating to an old silver mine, a silver vault, and an interpretive walking trail. Visitors will also experience life of the late 19th century and geology displays.
Where is the Silver Reef Museum?
The museum is located at 1903 Wells Fargo Drive in Leeds, Utah. From I-15, take the Leeds/Silver Reef Exit. Drive west on Silver Reef Road toward the red cliffs area and look for signs for the Silver Reef Museum and the Cosmopolitan Restaurant.
When is the Silver Reef Museum open?
The museum is open on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays from 10am to 5pm. The museum offers guided tours at 10:30am, 1pm, and 3pm.
How much does it cost?
$3/person or $10/family.
How can I contact the museum for more information?
Visit their website or call them at 435-879-2254.