Frontier Homestead State Park Museum

Frontier Homestead State Park

Main Attractions
Historic exhibits describing life on the pioneer frontier
Also historic mining exhibits

Located in the town of Cedar City, approximately 250 miles south of Salt Lake City.

From I-15, take the Cedar City 200 North exit (SR 56) and go east. Turn north onto Main Street (SR 130) and follow it for 1/2 mile to the park.

Contact Information
Frontier Homestead State Park Museum
635 North Main Street
Cedar City, UT 84721
(435) 586-9290

Seasons/Open Hours
Open 9 am to 5 pm, Mon - Sat, year round.
Holiday Closures: Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day

Entrance Fees
$3 per person
$75 annual pass is available at the museum
$35 Senior Adventure (annual) Pass

Frontier Homestead State Park

In the 1850s, Brigham Young sent a group of pioneers to settle the area that is now Cedar City. One key purpose was to develop iron mines and a foundry.

Relics from those pioneer days are on display at the state park museum. Exhibits include historic cabins, horse-drawn vehicles used from 1850 to 1920, a replicated pioneer household, a collection of pioneer artifacts, and mining equipment. An iron industry exhibit features the only known remaining artifact from the original foundry - the town bell.

In addition to the permanent collections, rotating exhibits highlight artists from the local region, as well as rarely seen artifacts from the museum's collections.

Viewing historic exhibits inside the museum and on the grounds
Following short interpretive trails

No camping

Visitor Center/Museum
Historic exhibits
Modern Restrooms
Picnic sites
Interpretive trails

Back to top Print this page E-mail this page