The INN at St. George is located in the historic district of downtown St. George. It's in this area that you have a great opportunity to step back in time and experience life in the 1800's.
During the summer months you can tour several locations in the historic area of St. George and actually meet and speak with historic characters of the past. Tours are at 10:00 am Tuesday through Saturday and begin at the St. George Art Museum. Cost is $3 per person.
Brigham Young Historic Home: During the last four winters of Brigham Young's life, he spent his time in St. George. His home is managed by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints and is available for tours on a daily basis. You'll enjoy walking from room to rooms and seeing the historic furniture, paintings, and craftsmanship within the home. You'll walk on the grounds and learn about how the pioneers made a living in this desert environment.
The St. George Tabernacle: This beautiful structure was constructed early in the existence of St. George so that the pioneers would have a place to gather. The tower clock rang out over the town to let people know when it was time for lunch, or other events. Tours are available of this building on a daily basis and many concerts and other types of entertainment presentations are common here.
The St. George Opera House: Tour this facility, and view the art collections at the Pioneer Center for the Arts.
Historic Walking Tour: - This self guided tour begins at the old courthouse in St. George (100 E. St. George Blvd), that is now home to the Chamber of Commerce, less than one block from The INN at St. George.
PDF file This is a map of the tour. You can pick up a copy at the Chamber of Commerce.
Daughters of Utah Pioneers Museum: This structure was built to house pioneer relics and is next to the Pioneer Courthouse on the Boulevard (one block from The INN). The museum is staffed by volunteers and is normally open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday.