Things to do

Southern Utah Attractions

Located in southwestern Utah, surrounded by red rock canyons, majestic mountains and pristine state and national parks, St. George is a captivating destination for relaxation and adventure. St. George offers a myriad of fun things to do and see – from the Rosenbruch World Wildlife Museum to the Pioneer Center for the Arts. Enjoy hiking and biking in Dixie National Forest and explore the beautiful trails and dunes of Snow Canyon State Park. Stroll through the St. George Historic District, enjoy concerts under the stars at Tuacahn Amphitheatre, and wander through the galleries and studios at Coyote Gulch Art Village.

Tuacahn Amphitheatre

Nestled in the Red Sandstone Cliffs at the base of Padre Canyon, Tuacahn Amphitheatre in Utah is a spectacular 1920-seat outdoor concert and performing arts venue. Just minutes from St. George, Tuacahn Amphitheatre presents exciting Broadway shows and musicals, concerts, festivals and holiday events.

Dixie State University

With its deep Mormon roots, Dixie State College in St. George, Utah is a four-year university with a vibrant campus life and a beautiful landscape with fountains, parks, fields, statues and state-of-the art facilities. Dixie State is home of The Sears Art Museum Gallery, Tanner Amphitheatre, Utah Symphony Orchestra and The Raging Red Show Choir.

Brian Head Ski Resort

Nestled in the Dixie National Forest in Utah, Brain Head Resort is a pristine alpine destination surrounded by majestic views of red rocks and colorful canyons. With Utah’s highest base elevation, Brian Head is an amazing winter ski and snowboard destination with two mountains, 650 acres of ski terrain, 71 runs, terrain parks, and 360 inches of powdery snow.