Arts & Culture

Known as "the Festival City" since the late 1980's, Cedar City is home to world-renowned festivals, unique and interesting museums, memorials and statues. Take some time to explore our cultural attractions.

Daughters of Utah Pioneers Museum

Daughters of Utah Pioneers Museum

Location: 581 North Main Cedar City
Southern Utah Museum of Art

Southern Utah Museum of Art

Location: 13 West Center Street
Phone: 435-586-5432
Artisans Gallery

Artisans Gallery

Location: 94 W Center St, Cedar City, UT
Phone: 435-586-4850
Artworks

Artworks

Location: 16N N 100 W, Cedar City, UT
Phone: 503-810-0958
Garth + Jerri Frehner Museum of Natural History

Garth + Jerri Frehner Museum of Natural History

Location: 300 West 162 South, Cedar City, UT
Phone: (435) 865-8549
Parowan Heritage Park

Parowan Heritage Park

Location: 19 Old US Hwy 91, Summit, UT
Veterans Memorial Park

Veterans Memorial Park

Location: 200 North 200 East, Cedar City, UT
Utah Shakespeare Festival

Utah Shakespeare Festival

The Festival now plays to nearly 100,000 patrons who view almost 300 plays each year in three theatres over a sixteen-week season. It is a year-round operation with over thirty full-time employees and a budget of approximately $7 million. Each year the Festival produces eight or nine professional plays. In addition, a smaller touring production plays to schools throughout the West during the winter months. In keeping with its mission to entertain, enrich, and educate its audiences, the Festival also offers a variety of activities such as a free pre-play Greenshow, orientations, literary and production seminars, classes, workshops, and backstage tours - making it a true destination theatre, and one of Utah`s cultural treasures.
Location: 351 W. Center Street Cedar City, UT 84720
Phone: (435) 586-1969
Toll Free: 1-800-752-9849