This beautiful old theatre was rescued from the brink of destruction by the National Theatre School; until the early 1970s it ... More
This beautiful old theatre was rescued from the brink of destruction by the National Theatre School; until the early 1970s it was largely neglected. Now the home of all NTS productions, this historic monument also plays host to dozens of other theatre productions throughout the year. The Ludger-Duvernay Theatre, which seats over 800, is a classic 19th century hall with a balcony and orchestra pit; the Du Maurier Studio is an attractive multi-function hall seating as many as 150. The Cafe Hydro-Quebec offers pre or post-show drinks.
Hiking and biking trails, 30 camping sites with tables and fire grills, center greenspace with drinking water and restrooms. The
monument is located 23 miles east of Cedar City and is open from late May to mid October.
Take a historical hike among 15,000, ancient rock drawings which date back thousands of years (just remember to bring a
camera, some comfortable walking shoes and a hat). The 7,100 acre monument contains some of the nation's largest natural ...
Artillery Park National Historic Site was both a French and British barracks, and was functioning as a munitions factory as
recently as the early 1960s. Visitors can tour the fully restored dining room, kitchen and drawing room, as well ...