Here at the St. George Dinosaur Discovery Site at Johnson Farm you’ll enter a 200 million-year-old ecosystem that was once home to dinosaurs, fishes, plants, and more. Besides the actual fossils, you won’t want to miss the five life-sized models of prehistoric animals and the working fossil preparation lab.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update as of 7/14/2020:
We have been open for nearly 2 months now! We are grateful to those who have visited, purchased something, or donated to the site.
With positive cases continuing to climb in our area, we are now requiring masks to be worn inside at all times and we are asking for an email or phone number to help the Utah Department of Health perform contact tracing. Please be prepared with both when you visit!
Our hours are from 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM, Thursday through Monday. Please, see our updated visitor protocols and procedures HERE.
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Play in the park! Plan a picnic and walk through time.
These are bird tracks from the Eocene shores of freshwater Lake Uinta, Green River Formation, Soldier Summit area, Utah. This slab was recently donated to the SGDS by Dr. Ken Carpenter in January 2020. #fossilfriday ...
Wow! A theropod dinosaur tooth! This tooth is from a medium-sized theropod (meat-eating) dinosaur from the upper part of the Lower Jurassic of the Moenave Formation at SGDS. It was found on January 24, 2004 by former SGDS volunteer Duane Freeman. #fossilfriday ...
Please note, we are asking all visitors to be prepared to wear a mask while visiting the museum and designate a person in your group who can provide info for contact tracing. Help us slow the spread of COVID-19! ...