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Jacob Hamblin Home

Santa Clara Blvd. and Hamblin Dr., St. George, UT
+1 435-673-5181
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A must see

Step back in time and see how things were in a time when the pace was slower and more difficult to... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Lee M
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Nevada
Very Interesting stop for the History of the Era

I found this to be very interesting. The architecture and furnishings are in excellent condition... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
MDHAfrica
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Doba, Logone Oriental, Chad
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Santa Clara Blvd. and Hamblin Dr., St. George, UT
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Step back in time and see how things were in a time when the pace was slower and more difficult to live. Interesting historical site.

Thank Lee M
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

I found this to be very interesting. The architecture and furnishings are in excellent condition and offer a lot of insight to the culture of the era. Well worth the time to visit.

Thank MDHAfrica
Reviewed 8 September 2017

We took a group of about 18 young women to this attraction just before we toured Brigham Young home. This is a stark contrast to that "city-living". This is a rural pioneer home with a deep US and Mormon history. Pony Express stop, trading post,...More

Thank Shauna D
Reviewed 9 August 2017

It is an educational little place about some of the first settlers in this area. Upstairs is not handicapped accessible of course, but can see the downstairs.

Thank advisorme
Reviewed 24 July 2017 via mobile

How did these people do it? By faith in God. Carving a homestead out of this rock/sand wilderness is a tribute to so many. This free exhibit is well worth the time. Truly period pieces are freely displayed. And, you'll learn about true grit.

1  Thank Ron B
Reviewed 19 July 2017

Take a step back in time for both local culture, western living and pioneer history. Friendly staff, easy to drive to, has guided tours and safe parking.

Thank TheSandyCrab
Reviewed 8 July 2017

We enjoyed the pioneer home and the insights about pioneer life that it exhibited. The history of the amazing people who inhabited it was informative and enlightening.

Thank sfsande
Reviewed 4 July 2017 via mobile

History comes alive as you visit this impressively preserved property and learn the history of those who lived there, and how the home was used... including as a school house. Also impressive is how the small river in front of the house has in the...More

Thank D S
Reviewed 12 June 2017

Our friends took us to the Jacob Hamblin home and we were pleasantly surprised. The guides were wonderful and provided a history of Jacob Hamblin and the impact he had on the region and in particular the friendships he had wth the Native Americans during...More

Thank Donald J
Reviewed 29 May 2017

The Jacob Hamblin home was built in 1862-63 for Jacob Hamlin who had traveled to southern Utah at the behest of Brigham Young. It is fashioned out of local materials and has an interesting upper balcony porch. The house is open daily and is free...More

1  Thank Mmarymomm
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Denise A
3 April 2017|
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Response from SteveE304 | Reviewed this property |
They actually have a website with all the info on it. They open at 10 am and close depending on the time of year between 5 and 7 pm.
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