Frontier Homestead State Park Museum
Step back in time and discover how Mormon settlers lived and worked. Cedar City’s oldest remaining home, Hunter House, still stands here, as does the state’s fifth oldest structure, The George Wood cabin. This 1851 cabin was built in Parowan but was moved to the Old Cedar Fort by the original owner George Wood. The cabin was moved two more times before finding a permanent home at Frontier Homestead.
Use your smartphone to launch a 60-stop, guided audio tour of the park’s artifacts and exhibits. Learn about the trains, tractors, farm equipment and stagecoaches from the era, as well Cedar City’s history of tourism dating back to the 1900s as the gateway to Zion National Park and Bryce Canyon National Park, “America’s Most Colorful National Parks.”