Visit Frontier Homestead and experience living in a pioneer cabin, loading a wagon for the trek west, as well as Iron County's industrial history. Explore southwestern Utah's historic trails and hear the original 1850s Cedar City town bell.
The Frontier Homestead offers much more than a typical museum experience. Through the hard work of staff and volunteers there are a wide variety of hands-on activities throughout the museum and the grounds for visitors of all ages. View the activities that are available to help you plan your visit.
Approximately 250 miles south of Salt Lake City.
From I-15, take Cedar City 200 N exit 59(SR 56) and go east, turn north on Main St (SR 130) for a 1/2 mile until you reach 635 N Main.
With the large ore shovel out front we're hard to miss.
The Frontier Homestead State Park has switched to summer hours and is now open every day of the week from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
- September-May: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday - Saturday
- June-August: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday - Sunday
- Holiday Closures: Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day
- $4.00 Per Person (over the age of 6)
- $2.00 for Utah residents 62 and older
- $2.00 for Iron County Residents (Free for Friends Group members)
- $75 Annual State Park Pass is available at the museum
- $35 Senior Adventure (annual) Pass
- ADA - Visitor Center/Museum
- Day Use
- Drinking Water
- Modern Restrooms
- Trails - Interpretive
- Visitor Center
- Cell Phone Audio Tour
- Junior Curator
- Rotating Art Exhibits
- Hands-on Activities for Large Groups
- Reference Library
- Rental Opportunities