DUP McQuarrie Memorial Museum

DUP McQuarrie Memorial Museum

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About Us

The Daughters of Utah Pioneers McQuarrie Memorial Museum has been in existence since 1938. Its purpose is to collect, preserve, and display artifacts, photos and histories belonging to the Utah Pioneers who settled the “Cotton Mission”, or Southern Utah, prior to 1900, and those artifacts, photos and histories which represent the local community. The Museum is owned and operated by volunteers of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers of Washington County. It is open to the public and is free to visit. Tour groups are encouraged and special events are held monthly..


  • Pioneer Museum displaying photos and relics of early settlers of southern Utah
  • Group tours available
  • Free parking, handicap accessible
  • Free admission


McQuarrie Memorial Museum
Pioneer Museum Sign
October Event
What is it contest
Anna Ivins, early settler
John Macfarlane, early judge, surveyor, musician
Quilts, donated
Photo of 1st talking maching in St. George