DAUGHTERS OF UTAH PIONEER MUSEUM
Address: 145 N. 100 E. St. George, UT 84770
Phone: (435) 628-7274
The McQuarrie Memorial museum is owned and operated by the Daughters of Utah Pioneers and was built in 1938 from the donations of Hortense McQuarrie. The museum is home to pioneer photos, stories, and relics of those who came and settled Washington County in the 1800’s. It is a fascinating place to visit and learn more about the sacrifice these pioneers made to be here and the unique history of the area. The museum can be a great resource in obtaining information and photos for those who have family ties to this area.
OTHER HISTORICAL SITES NEARBY…
OPERA HOUSE/SOCIAL HALL
BRIGHAM YOUNG WINTER HOME
JACOB HAMBLIN HOME
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