Southwestern Utah

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Southwestern Utah - browse our top choices for the top things to see or do during your stay.

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  • 1. Escalante Mercantile & Natural Grocery

    Although ostensibly a grocery store—and one with an excellent selection of organic produce, fine cheeses and baked goods, prepared foods to go, and other gourmet items—this friendly market in a historic brick house also features a coffeehouse and smoothie café with patio seating and a small gallery with well-curated art, crafts, and gifts.

    210 W. Main St., Utah, 84726, USA
  • 2. Red Acre Farm

    Run by the engaging mother-daughter team of Symbria and Sara Patterson, this organic and biodynamic farm in a fertile valley 6 miles north of Cedar City is a wonderful side trip for visitors of all ages. The farmstand fashioned out of recycled materials stocks seasonal fruits and veggies, plus eggs, cheese, baked goods, and jams. You can also learn about sustainable agriculture on a free farm tour (given twice monthly) and visit with the friendly goats, pig, dairy cow, and llama, and a two-bedroom suite in the farmhouse is available for overnight stays.

    2322 W. 4375 N, Utah, 84721, USA
  • 3. Rowley's Red Barn

    Northeast of St. George, this suburban outpost of the legendary family farm and fruit stand in central Utah is a favorite stop for delicious apples, cherries, peaches, pears, and watermelons. Be sure to sample the fresh-pressed apple juice and cider. The ice-cream parlor doles out tasty treats, including shakes and apple-cider slushes.

    25 N. 300 W, Utah, 84780, USA
  • 4. The Torrey Gallery

    In a neatly restored pioneer home off Main Street, this handsome gallery specializes in regional art. Its offerings include paintings, sculpture, and photographs, as well as antique and contemporary Navajo rugs discovered by the longtime collectors who own the gallery.

    160 W. Main St., Utah, 84775, USA
  • 5. Worthington Gallery

    The emphasis at this superb gallery in a circa-1880s pioneer home is on regional art, including pottery, works in glass, jewelry, beguiling copper wind sculptures by Lyman Whitaker, and paintings by more than a dozen artists that capture the dramatic beauty of southern Utah.

    789 Zion Park Blvd., Springdale, Utah, 84767, USA
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  • 6. Bryce Canyon Trading Post

    Near Red Canyon a little east of U.S. 89, this rambling emporium carries high-quality Native American turquoise jewelry, beadwork, textiles, and other fine crafts, plus a number of souvenirs related to the nearby national parks.

    2938 Hwy. 12, Utah, 84759, USA
  • 7. Bulloch's Drug Store

    Built in 1917 and remodeled to retain its historic character, this landmark building in downtown Cedar City contains an old-fashioned drug store, complete with a soda fountain from the 1950s. Enjoy ice cream, shakes, sundaes, and malts, or try one of the uniquely flavored sodas. And then pick up a few treats at the candy counter, or browse the adjacent gift shops where you'll find a tempting selection of toys and souvenirs.

    91 N. Main St., Utah, 84720, USA
  • 8. David J. West Gallery

    The radiant photography of artist David West captures Zion's natural setting in its full grandeur, along with Bryce, Cedar Breaks, Arches, and other stunning spots throughout Utah and the Southwest. The gallery also stocks contemporary landscape paintings by Michelle Condrat and geologically inspired pottery by Bill Campbell.

    801 Zion Park Blvd., Springdale, Utah, 84767, USA
  • 9. Gallery 24

    This attractive gallery on the east side of town sells contemporary fine art from Southern Utah–based artists that includes paintings, photography, ceramics, and sculpture.

    875 E. Hwy. 24, Utah, 84775, USA
  • 10. Ruby's Inn General Store

    On a busy evening, this giant mercantile bustles with tourists plucking through souvenirs that range from sweatshirts to wind chimes. There are also selections of Western wear, children's toys, holiday gifts, and groceries (albeit with pretty high prices). You'll also find camping equipment. Need a folding stove, sleeping bag, or fishing gear? You will find it at Ruby's. You can also cross Main Street to where this ever-expanding complex has added a line of shops trimmed like an Old West town, complete with candy store and rock shop.

    26 S. Main St., Utah, 84764, USA
  • 11. Serenidad Gallery

    This gallery and shop features watercolors of local scenes by owner Harriet Priska, along with antiques, Native American jewelry and pottery, petrified wood, rocks, and other colorful crafts and gifts.

    170 S. 100 W, Utah, 84726, USA
  • 12. Sol Foods Supermarket

    Stop by this market specializing in healthy, organic foods for sandwiches, salads, and vegetarian snacks or box lunches for your adventures into the park. Also be sure to poke around the affiliated and well-stocked hardware and camping store next door. A few blocks closer to the park entrance, the owners also operate Hoodoos General Store and Ice Cream Parlor, which dispenses espresso drinks, frozen treats, pizza, and more gourmet goodies.

    995 Zion Park Blvd., Springdale, Utah, 84737, USA
  • 13. Torrey Trading Post

    Come here for Native American jewelry and pottery, T-shirts, wood carvings, stone figures, gifts for children, and more. The trading post also rents out a handful of deluxe and camping cabins.

    25 W. Main St., Utah, 84775, USA
  • 14. Urban Renewal

    In the heart of Ancestor Square's retail district, this big housewares emporium carries all sorts of fun curiosities and gifts for the home, from larger tables and chairs to antique farm implements, vintage toys and collectibles, old books, interesting kitchen goods, and more.

    5 E. 100 N, St. George, Utah, 84770, USA
  • 15. Cowboy Collectibles

    Closed Permanently

    Dusty old boots in need of a cowhand sit ready to walk and ride again at this store, which covers more than 2,000 square feet. The owners travel all over the country to find saddles, chaps, vintage clothing, quilts, and other antiques from the days when men on horseback roamed the ranges. There are also toys and other items that celebrate the Old West, along with memorabilia once owned by the likes of Roy Rogers and Buffalo Bill. Those who are curious can visit the store's website for a virtual tour.

    57 N. Main St., Panguitch, Utah, 84759, USA

    Shop Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Sun.
  • 16. Outdoor Outlet

    Closed Permanently

    Pick up recreational items that made the packing list but not the pack at the Outdoor Outlet. Shop at the store or online for bargains during its frequent clearance sales.

    1062 E. Tabernacle St., St. George, Utah, 84770, USA
  • 17. Robbers Roost

    Closed Permanently

    The inviting and well-stocked Robbers Roost is part bookstore, part coffee and snack bar, and part performance space. Housed in the late Utah writer Ward Roylance's teepee-style lodgings. It has books by regional authors, guidebooks, maps, T-shirts, and handmade gifts such as authentic Native American jewelry. Come here to browse, talk about trails, or find out what's going on around town.

    185 W. Main St. (Hwy. 24), Torrey, Utah, 84775, USA

    Shop Details

    Rate Includes: Closed Nov.–Feb., Mar.–Oct., daily 8–8
  • 18. Bumbleberry Gifts

    Under Renovation

    Next to the Bumbleberry Inn, this colorful souvenir shop is best known for its fresh-baked bumbleberry pies and bumbleberry jams. There's also fudge in a riot of flavors, along with both cheesy (fridge magnets, shot glasses) and more practical (mugs, caps, t-shirts, hoodies) gifts and keepsakes.

    897 Zion Park Blvd., Springdale, Utah, 84767, USA

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