St. George Utah is the regional shopping Mecca. The Red Cliffs Mall is a fully enclosed mall with more than 50 stores and shops. Zion Factory Stores and The Promenade just across the street feature another 50-plus stores with everything from discounted name-brand clothing to sporting goods, to books. The St. George Commercial Center on South Bluff Street offers a variety of shops and large stores. St. George's Downtown Historic District has a number of shops, boutiques, galleries and stores. Craft, antique and gift shops are located throughout the community. Zion National Park and Snow Canyon State Park are close by.
For many, the name St. George Utah conjures images of historic pioneer buildings such as the majestic St. George Temple and Tabernacle, the Brigham Young Home, the Opera House, and other beautifully restored buildings. A delightful downtown walking tour begins at the Chamber of Commerce Office (the restored Pioneer Courthouse) on St. George Blvd. and 100 East. The seasonal "St. George Live" tour, featuring live actors at key spots along the way, starts at the Opera House on 200 North and Main Street.
There are a myriad of things to do in St. George Utah. The city has invested millions of dollars in scenic pathways for walking, biking, roller blading and running. There are also many family activity centers.
St. George Utah offers a variety of family fun such as miniature golf, bumper boats, go-carts, driving ranges, batting cages, arcades, bike and skating paths.
St. George Utah has truly become a center for entertainment. The Tuacahn Center for the Arts near Snow Canyon State Park is a 25 million dollar facility and home to famous outdoor musical dramas and concerts. The Zion Canyon Cinemax Theater (IMAX Film) near Zion National Park offers two films; one film highlights the story of Zion National Park and surrounding region. A very substantial schedule of concerts, plays, art-shows and more are offered through the city, Dixie College and private groups.
The St. George City Art Museum stages exhibits year-round featuring fine regional artists as well as traveling exhibits of national and international merit. Several excellent art shows are held at different venues during the year.
Main Street Art Gallery opened April 2009. Co-owner Kevin Konold, Master Potter has opened a pottery studio within the gallery, offering pottery classes to youth and adults as well as stained glass window and art classes.
Dixie State College:
The cultural heart of Utah's Dixie is Dixie State College. This four-year college has more than 6,000 students. The college is the catalyst for many of the great events and activities visitors enjoy, including the Southwest Symphony, the Celebrity Concert Series, the Rotary Bowl and other sports events, festivals, concerts, and tours. The college runs one of the most popular Elder hostel programs in the country, as well as the Sun Desert Golf Academy.
The Dixie Center:
Southern Utah's new state-of-the-art convention center is a 138,000 square-foot complex with 47,000 square feet of exhibit space. The Dixie Center accommodates small and large meetings and conventions for visitors from across the country and around the world.
The religious base in St. George Utah today is quite diverse including: Assembly of God, Baptist, Catholic, Christian (General), Christian Science, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, Episcopalian, Jehovah's Witness, Lutheran, Methodist, Presbyterian, Seventh Day Adventist.
St. George Utah Weather:
Dixie Regional Medical - Center 554 S. 400 E., St. George, Ut. 84770