Have you ever wondered about the history of St. George, Utah or about some of Dixie’s pioneer leaders? Wondered why St. George is referred to as Dixie? Or who helped settle St. George, Utah? Those may be a few of the questions you have thought about. If a little history happens to spark your interest, we can recommend a unique, fun, and extremely informative tour that is put on during the summer in St. George.
“St. George Live” is a tour to learn about some of Dixie’s prominent pioneer leaders back when St. George, Utah was first being settled in 1861. While going on this particular tour, you will see some of Dixie’s very own ‘come alive’ and share stories about what life was like over a century ago! It is a great family-friendly tour where you can have lots of fun and even learn…what more could you ask for, right?
The “St. George Live” tour runs during the summer starting in June and goes through August. You can catch one of the tours on any Tuesday through Saturday at 10am. The “St. George Live” tour starts and leaves from the St. George Museum right off of Main Street.
St. George Live tour information:
- Children 11 & under are FREE
- $3.00 per person 12 & over
- Tour starts at the St. George Art Museum
- Tours begin at 10am on Tuesday-Saturday (June-August)
- For additional questions please call 435-627-4525
Be sure to pencil this unique “St. George Live” tour in on your next visit here to good ‘ol St. George, Utah!