Southern Utah Mormon History Sites

Jacob Hamblin Home

The Jacob Hamblin Home in Santa Clara is a must-see for those curious about how the pioneers lived in early Utah.

Southern Utah is full of Mormon history and heritage. As pioneers made their way to Utah from all over the world, Brigham Young redirected them to all parts of the American west. As a result, Mormon history sites can be found as far north as Alberta, Canada, as far south as Mexico, and just about everywhere in between. These pioneers established settlements in previously uninhabited places and documented the discovery of many areas of the beautiful national parks that visitors to Utah enjoy today.

Here are some destinations for visitors interested in exploring Mormon historical sites in Central and Southern Utah to consider:

Central Utah
Castle Valley Pageant, Mormon Miracle Pageant, Manti Temple, Orson Hyde Home, Old Fort Deseret, Fillmore Territorial Capitol Building, Old Cove Fort

Moab/Arches National Park Area
Hole-in-the-Rock, Bluff, Monticello Temple

St. George Area
Nellie Unthank Memorial, Heritage House Museum, St. George Temple, St. George Tabernacle, Brigham Young Winter Home, Old Pioneer Courthouse, Jacob Hamblin Home, Mountain Meadows

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