Rosenbruch Wildlife Museum St George
Where is it at?
Rosenbruch Wildlife Museum
1835 S Convention Center Dr
Tel: 435 656-0033
Where are we going today?
Walk through the mountains, and stroll through the plains in this incredible indoor museum!
Rosenbruch Wildlife Museum showcases over 300 species for kids to really learn about, and ask questions about.
Along the way, kids will love stopping at the world insect collection, as well as the interactive children's room, and even an art gallery!
They can experience first hand the wildlife in their natural setting which will not only be fascinating to them, but also educational.
All of the mammals on display are with the animal's real skin and fur, over a hollow body-shaped form. The animals look extremely convincing, and different from a zoo it's safe to really get close to check out all the features!
Rosenbruch Wildlife Museum offer your own personal audio presentation which you can take with you as you wander around the museum, as it will describe the displays to you as you pass each one. A really great way for kids to soak up all that information and not have to worry about standing still reading pages of signs!
Did we mention there's a movie theatre! It's 17ft screen is available for pre-booked groups, but also shows a great range of documentaries and nature based movies to really bring home the full experience.
School and scout tours are always welcome too, and it's a fantastic way for students of natural history to come and experience the beautiful animals.
The museum really does cater for the whole family with Monday Family Nights! Activities take place throughout the entire museum, and ensures everyone has a good time with activities every hour, on the house! New activities each week too.
Head to the mountains and plains right in the heart of Southern Utah! The animals at Rosenbruch Wildlife Museum will be waiting for you!
How much does it cost?
- Adults$8 (Over 13)
- Free Under: 2 years with a paying adult
When can we go?
Monday 10am to 8pm, Tuesday to Saturday 10am to 6pm
The museum offer a great rate of $2 per student for the field trips booked! Make sure you book in advance to secure your spots! A great way for kids to spend a day learning. .
Any Top Tips?
Each Saturday they hold a safari themed Kids Club from 12pm - 2pm! Each week kids will learn about a new animal, and a new part of the world. They also get a "passport" on their first time there! Great for kids 3 - 12. $4 per child. .
The museum also cater for birthday parties. .
What people are saying?
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.
by Toxic Diesel
If you love out doors and animal attractions this a must place to stop in st george. They diaplay the grand slam for animals
by Cori Whitney
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...Read More
by Cori Whitney
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.