Museum is located at:
145 North 100 East
St. George, UT 84770
3rd Weekend Event for January 21, 2017!
Live Weaving Demonstration!!
Sandi Sandberg will be doing a live weaving demonstration on the Gardner Loom in Room 4.
The Robert Gardner Family will be highlighted as well, stories about their struggles to survive
and the influence they have on the settling of our communities will be presented along wtih
the artifacts and photos that are on display at the the Museum.
This will be
on Saturday, January 21, 2017 at the Museum - 10 AM to 12 Noon!
We have many new things planned at the Museum, hope you will come to see what has changed and what is new!!
The three DUP Companies in Washington County maintain a Pioneer Museum which is open to the public, with many Pioneer Histories, Pioneer Pictures, and Artifacts.
The objective of the organization of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers is to preserve our pioneer heritage and to honor the names and memories of those pioneers who came to Utah prior to May 10, 1869. This is the date when the two railroads, one from the East coast and one from the West coast, joined together in Utah.
We desire to educate our children and other descendants to appreciate their heritage and those who prepared the way for us.
Tours are available for family and friends. If you want a special tour for a group, it can be arranged.
The Lists of items in the Museum have been updated. We have quite a few new items that have been donated recently.
The Museum hours are:
Open Daily 10 AM to 5 PM
Closed Wednesday, Sunday, Some Holidays and December.