Bryce Canyon History & Museums: Frontier Homestead Museum, Cedar City Utah

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Frontier Homestead Museum

The Frontier Homestead State Park Museum in Cedar City has a fascinating collection of local artifacts from the 1850s, including Mormon pioneer and mining exhibits. Read More

  • $4 admission per person
  • Located in Cedar City
  • Museum tells the history of Iron County from the 1850s
  • Exhibits include Indian and pioneer artifacts, historic homes and horse-drawn farm equipment


The Frontier Homestead State Park Museum tells the history of the development of Iron County from the mid-19th century. Exhibits and information covers the Mormon pioneers, the story of mining in the area and the processing of iron.

Museum exhibits include horse-drawn vehicles, Indian and pioneer artifacts and the original town bell in the iron and industry exhibit. Visitors can explore historic cabins, see horse-drawn farm equipment and learn about the pioneer way of life. As well as the permanent museum there are changing exhibits on different topics.


635 North Main Street
Cedar City, UT 84721
Call: 435-586-9290


September through May: 9am to 5pm Mon to Sat

June through August: 9am to 6pm, 7 days per week

Open all year except Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day


  • $4 admission per person
  • $75 Annual passes – available from the museum

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The museum was known as the Iron Mission State Park Museum until 2009, when it was renamed Frontier Homestead Museum.