Zion History & Museums: Washington City Utah Museum and Monument Plaza

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Washington City Museum and Monument Plaza

The Washington City Museum is home to many unique antiques and historic artifacts from Utah’s pioneer days. Highlights include historic farming tools, historic sculptures, and antique glass. Read More

  • Open free to the public.  Donations are accepted.
  • Hours are 10am to 4pm Monday through Friday.  The museum is sometimes open on Saturdays.
  • Popular exhibits include antique spinning wheels, antique glass, farming tools, and pioneer artifacts.

Overview

Established to help preserve Utah’s history and state culture, The Washington City Museum is home to many unique antiques and historic artifacts. Highlights include antique spinning wheels, antique glass, farming tools, and pioneer artifacts. In fact, even the building is historic, as it was originally the Washington City Elementary School. After visiting the museum, stroll its scenic grounds to see sculptures of prominent historical figures.  Museum volunteers are on hand to help answer any questions.

Location/Directions

The museum is located approximately 40 miles south west of Zion in Washington City, just outside of St. George.

Contact Information

25 East Telegraph Street
Washington, UT 84780-1624
(435) 986-4228

Hours/Seasons

The museum is open from 10am -4pm Monday through Friday. The museum is sometimes open on Saturdays.

Fees/Cost

The museum is free to visit. Donations are accepted.

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