St. George is home to many great shopping opportunities. Ample boutique
shopping can be found along St. George’s Historic Main Street and
the adjacent Ancestor Square as well as in several nearby art communities.
National retailers such as Target Stores, Wal-Mart, Home Depot, Costco,
Kohl’s and much more can be found located throughout the area or
at St. George’s Red Cliffs Mall. And, to round-out the shopping
experience, The Zion Factory Stores is located in the heart of St. George
off of I-15 and offers outlets for Polo Ralph Lauren, Eddie Bauer, Sunglasses
Hut and more.
Hundreds of dining opportunities are now available and range from gourmet
Italian, chophouse offerings and specialty and Mexican grilles to national
chains such as Olive Garden, Outback Steakhouse, Chili’s, Applebee’s,
Cracker Barrel and more.
As the sun begins to set, the lights go up on St. George’s many
live theater events including the spectacular 2,000-seat Tuacahn Amphitheater.
Nestled into the towering red rock cliffs in the region, Tuacahn is home
to the summer and fall seasons of “Broadway in the Desert” as
well as a wide range of performances. Enjoy nationally known vocalists,
musicians and dance companies. In addition, the St. George Musical Theater
offers ten, theater-in-the-round productions annually. One hour to the
north is Cedar City, also known as Festival City, where the Tony-award
winning Shakespeare Festival as well as the popular Neil Simon Festival
can be found.
Many more in-theater or open air symphonic, dance and other live art
events can be found in St. George and its surrounding areas. For larger
performances as well as gaming, Mesquite, NV, is a thirty-minute drive
and Las Vegas is a two-hour drive to the south on I-15.