1. BritishInvasion91

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    My family has a condo in St. George, and the museum was always my favourite thing to do whenever I’d go and visit the area. The staff was always friendly, the museum has a great layout, and it felt like an adventure each time it was visited. The information that is available about the different species that are on display is interesting. This is a museum that can (and should) be enjoyed by children and adults alike. It really is an experience; I recommend it to anyone who finds themselves in St. George.

  2. Toxic Diesel

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    If you love out doors and animal attractions this a must place to stop in st george. They diaplay the grand slam for animals

  3. Cori Whitney

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    I went with my 2 year old and she really liked it. The dark thunderstorm (the lights go dark for a few minutes) scared her half to death, so we waited by the main lobby until it was over. It was a bummer that they do that, I’m sure she isn’t the only child that doesn’t like the dark in a room full of realistic looking animals 🙂 It was cool all-in-all, it was a bit small and a touch too pricey in my opinion, but it’s what I would expect in St George. The girls working there acted like they didn’t want to be there. They weren’t rude, but they weren’t friendly either. They acted like we were a nuisance for wanting to visit the museum. Afterwards, we looked in the gift shop which is a good size… you’d think we were robbers because the girls stared a hole through me like they were scared I was going to break everything and run haha. I just like looking at the stuff and bought some toys for my toddler and was reminding myself to come back and buy some stuff closer to Christmas. I want to go back since my daughter liked it, but the young women working there were so icy… I don’t feel welcome there.