A $3 donation per child and $4 per adult is all we ask. We are fully funded through your donations. However, we do not turn anyone who meets our qualifications away due to a lack of donation. For more information as to how to support us, please email us at email@example.com.
With the exception of service animals, animals are not permitted in the Museum.
Baby changing tables are available in the both men’s and women’s restrooms on the main floor.
SGCM maintains a high standard of cleaning and sanitizing. Daily, weekly and periodic deep cleaning are scheduled and adhered to. Hand sanitizers and sanitizing wipes are available throughout the museum for patrons’ use.
Suggestions and Concerns
We value your suggestions and concerns. Please let us know if there is some way we can better serve you.
St. George Children’s Museum is located in the center of St. George on the corner of Main Street and 100 South at 86 South Main. From I-15, take exit 8 and drive west on St. George Blvd to Main Street. Turn left and drive two blocks. The museum is located on the right, adjacent to Town Square.
Although we are adjacent to the Town Square Water Park we ask that children be completely dry when entering the museum. Swim Attire should be covered and shoes must be worn at all times inside the museum.
St. George Children’s Museum offers several classes that rotate throughout the year. Check our calendar for dates and sign up information.
General public entrance is through the East front doors of the Museum. Limited mobility access is located through the West entrance. Guests should ring the bell for access through the West entrance for elevator access and a staff member or volunteer will assist.
Food and Drink
Food and beverages, other than water, are not allowed inside the Museum.
Swearing and offensive language are not permitted in the Museum … little ears are always listening.
Information is located on the main floor at the admission desk. Services provided include: donation information, parties, classes and workshops, lost and found, directions, visit planning, first aid, and lost persons.
Efforts will be made to assist non English speaking visitors. St. George Children’s Museum welcomes everyone to enjoy our facility.
Lost and Found
Lost and found is located at the at the admission desk.
For the safety of all, grown-ups should stay with their children (under the age of 16) at all times during their visit and should have a plan in place in case of accidental separation. If a child and grown-up become separated, a staff or volunteer person should be notified. The Museum has a procedure in place for reuniting children with their grown-ups.
Prime parking is in the west lot of the museum. Other additional free parking can be found at the Mainstreet Plaza parking garage (located on the corner of Main Street and Tabernacle).
Parties and Events
Parties and events may be held in the museum for a fee of $50 per hour on top of a $25 deposit fully refundable upon clean-up. To book an event, call us at 435-986-4000 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Restrooms are located at the west end of the main floor.
Smoking is not allowed on Museum property.
Please note that some exhibit spaces cannot accommodate strollers. Stroller parking is available next to the museum admission desk. Valuables should not be left in unattended strollers.
Surveys and Evaluations
Public and in-house surveys and evaluations will be taken periodically and determined by the governing board. Respondent’s names and responses will be kept confidential; only total results and statistics will be shared or made public.
Any adult who wishes to visit the Museum without a child in his/her presence must be escorted at all times by SGCM personnel. This policy is in place for the safety of our youngest visitors. Please note that the Museum defines an adult as any person age 16+.
SGCM is ADA compliant. The elevator is located at the west entrance and all exhibit rooms are wheelchair accessible.
Wristbands are given to every museum guest with the exception of babies for safety measures. For adult guests who are not staying long, who are in the building for specific reasons, or who refuse to wear the wristbands have the option to leave a government-issued identification at the Admission Desk. SGCM has the right to refuse service to adult guests who do not abide by our wristband protocol.
For child guests who refuse to wear a wristband, the parent or guardian must sign a waver.
Click here for a list of museum rules that each visitor is required to uphold while they are at the museum.