- TripBuzz found 65 things to do with kids in or near Hurricane, Utah, including 53 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like St. George, Springdale, Washington and Ivins.
- From Southern Utah Adventure Center to Sand Hollow State Park, the Hurricane area offers 45 different types of family activities, including: National & State Parks, Golf, Off Road & ATV and Movie Theaters.
- Hurricane is a charming small residential town located in Utah's southwest region. Visitors and locals enjoy strolling along the quaint city streets admiring 19th century farm houses and historical buildings. The city also acts as a gateway to many of the areas state parks and monuments, including many waterfront local parks popular for fishing, boating and camping.
Filled with artifacts from the 19th century, Daughters of Utah Pioneer Museum's full collection is available to the general public for viewing. The women that volunteer and guide the tours often have ancestors that owned the items in the museum.
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67 E. St. George Blvd. #10, St. George, UT 84770 MoreLess Info
Round up your family and friends and head on over to Laser Mania Family Fun Center for a day you won't soon forget. Guests love the 4-D movie ride, playing laser tag, black light mini golf, arcade games and fun for all.
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67 W. 200 North, St. George, UT MoreLess Info
With its numerous preserved historic artifacts and original period furniture, Brigham Young Winter Home is a place where one can learn about early Mormon history and the life of Brigham Young. Guided informative tours of the area are also available.
St George Tabernacle is a local architectural landmark and a popular venue for a variety of local events. The building is made of red sandstone bricks with two spiral staircases and Californian glass windows. Free tours of the place are also available.
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86 South Main Street, St. George, UT 84770 MoreLess Info
Children and families are encouraged to discover and interact with the exhibits at the St. George Children's Museum. Along with art and science exhibits, the museum offers classes and workshops in the realms of painting, movie making, and dance.
Situated on 229 square miles, Zion National Park features both high plateaus and deep canyons along the Virgin River. The park provides areas suitable for camping, climbing and wildlife viewing along with hiking trails, a visitors center and a museum.
Within the Fiesta Fun-Family Fun Center, guests can enjoy 20 lanes of cosmic bowling as well as a 4,000-square-foot laser tag arena. Other attractions at the amusement center include a miniature golf course and go kart track.
As a National Historic Landmark, Mountain Meadow Massacre Memorial features a short trail ending at a stone monument to memorialize the victims of the massacre. The trail is lined with plaques that explain the history behind the events.