The St. George Children’s Museum is a place where all children can come to discover, imagine, and create. Every child is unique which means we strive to learn how we can provide financial, physical, emotional, and intellectual access to families in a safe and welcoming way. We are continually learning and working with the St. George community to support this mission. If you have any questions, please call us at 435-986-4000 or email us at info@sgchildrensmusuem.
SGCM abides ADA and state laws regarding service animals. Service animals are always welcome at the Museum. We do not allow emotional support animals or pets inside the Museum.
Therapists and Caregivers
A therapist or a caregiver receive complimentary admission when accompanying a paying patron who requires medical or physical assistance during their visit to the Museum. Please call or email us before your visit to reserve your ticket. This does not include nannies and babysitters.
Outside food and drinks are prohibited in the Museum with the exception of water. We encourage guests to enjoy their food and drinks outside our Museum before visiting. Please alert a staff member if an exception needs to be made and an accommodating space will be provided.
Strollers are allowed to be used during your visit to the Museum. When possible, we encourage guests to not bring their strollers inside the Museum due to limited space.
Sensory Friendly Mondays
We are excited to announce Sensory Friendly Mondays. On the last Monday of the month, we are inviting families in our community to come explore the Museum in a sensory modified environment with limited admission! These events are exclusively for families who have a family member with sensory processing differences. The event runs from 5 to 7 p.m. Admission is FREE with required RSVP. Click here to register.
Paws For Tales
Our monthly program with the Intermountain Therapy Animals R.E.A.D. allows kids the opportunity to read to dogs. The dogs act as literacy mentors to help the kids work on their literacy skills. This program runs on the fourth Monday of every month from 4-5 p.m.
SGCM is partnered with Kulture City to provide resources to children with sensory needs. Guests can check out a Sensory Bag at the front desk; the bag contains noise reducing headphones, fidget tools, and verbal cue cards.
The nearest accessible parking spaces are located in the parking lot in-between the Museum and the St. George Library. Access to this parking lot is on 100 S Street.
The SunTran is the City of St. George’s public transit system. The nearest stop to the Museum is “Library 80 W 100 S” on Route 2 Riverside. The SunTran is ADA compliant. For more information about fares, routes and schedules, please visit their website linked below.
- English: https://www.sgcity.org/suntran/
- Spanish: https://www.sgcity.org/suntran/tarifasypases
- Phone: 435-673-8726
Our west entrance, facing the St. George library, is available to all guests who prefer to use an elevator to access the different floors of the building. This entrance remains locked during business hours. When a guest arrives at the entrance, they will push a button that alerts our front desk of their arrival. Please give our staff a few minutes to respond to this request as they personally come to the entrance to assist you into the building.
Our elevator serves all levels of the Museum.
Our wheelchair accessible restrooms are located on the main floor of the Museum. Both the men’s and women’s restrooms contain baby changing stations.
Please alert a staff member of your need and a private space will be provided.
The drinking fountain on Museum levels is located at the east entrance. To access the fountain, guests have to use stairs. If access to this drinking fountain is not possible, please notify our staff and they will assist in helping the guest get to an accessible drinking fountain.