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St. George Tabernacle, St. George

#3 of 7 in Historic Sites in St. George
Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
The St. George Tabernacle is a historic building in St. George, Utah. It opened in 1876 to serve as a public works building, originally hosting church services and court hearings. Today, it is open to the public and hosts many public events, such as concerts.
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  • We walked by this historical building in the downtown area of St. George. It is next to Town Square Park.  more »
  • Beautiful and peaceful place! Parking here was several degrees cooler than surrounding 2nd day of Summer sweltering temps.  more »
  • Amazing place. Very glad they added a/c as it would get very hot in that place. Remodeling to mimic how it was originally was a great idea. Good place to visit.
  • Very cool historical building, completely refurbished. Come in and sing a hymn or ask to play the piano. Make sure you visit the basement where they left a wall exposed, very cool to see the materials that were used to construct the building.
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