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A trip to Cedar City wouldn’t be complete without spending some time exploring our historic downtown, featuring local arts and crafts shops, coffee houses, wine bars, and restaurants. You can keep the fun going after a day on the trail, whether it’s with a little retail therapy, a good cup of coffee or a bite to eat. 

Time to hit the town.

Apple Annie’s Country Store

(435) 677-2040 | WEBSITE
508 North Hwy 143

Brian Head General Store

(435) 677-9130 | WEBSITE
259 South Village Way

Brian Head Sports Inc

(435) 677-2014
269 South Village Way

Cedar Breaks Lodge Gift Shop

(435) 677-4244 |
223 Hunter Ridge Road

Georg’s Ski Shop

(435) 677-2013 |
612 South Hwy 143

High Mountain Outfitters/Brian Head Resort

(435) 677-2920 ext. 212
329 South Hwy 143

Bev’s Floral & Gifts

37 North Main Street


Dry Lake Ranch Beef

(435) 559-1561 |
73 North Main Street, Ste C, Red Door


Family Dollar

(435) 393-2002
590 North Main Street


Gadgets’n Goodies

(435) 691-5103
13 South Main Street


Impressions Art Gallery

(801) 697-4662
73 North Main Street


Little Moon Trading Post 

(435) 477-9072
24 East Center


Parowan Gift and Drug

(435) 477-3000
20 North Main Street


Parowan Visitor Center

(435) 477-8190
5 South Main Street


The Peachy Lemon

(435) 592-5580 |
14 North Main Street


The Rusty Bucket

(435) 691-5103
82 North Main Street

Shop like a local in Cedar City’s historic downtown with antique stores, coffee houses, local restaurants, an old time soda fountain, quaint shops, regional arts & crafts shops, and a unique music store. Historical buildings in the district include the Old Post Office, The Rock Church and the Union Pacific Railroad Depot. Open all year with most shops open Monday – Saturday. The shopping district includes the area of Main Street from 200 North to University Blvd.

Click to download the Downtown Map; a full list of shopping and dining options in Historic Downtown Cedar City!

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