Silver Reef
$3.00 per person or $10.00 family rate* 

INCLUDED IN ADMISSION
Guided Tours Daily- on the hour starting at 10:30am,
Mine Exhibit Tours available (11am to 4pm),
Powder House, and Ghost Town walking trail.
MUSEUM HOURS​
Silver Reef was a mining boomtown in the late 1800s with the discovery of silver in sandstone- a geological rarity.  

The area is now a Wild West Ghost Town located in a stunning geologic setting.

Start your visit at the Wells Fargo Express Stop Building and take a guided tour of the historic Museum, which is registered on the National and Utah State Registers of Historic Buildings.  

Walking trails take you around the old Main street and to other points of interest on the grounds behind  the museum.  

Silver Reef is located 18 miles North of St. George, Utah, off I-15 at the 'Leeds' exit - driving directions here.  
Monday        10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tuesday                                 CLOSED
Wednesday                          CLOSED
Thursday      10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Friday            10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Saturday       10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sunday                                   CLOSED
Silver Reef, Utah   ® 1903 Wells Fargo Drive, PO Box 461388, Silver Reef in Leeds, UT // 435-879-2254   

​© 2013 Silver Reef Foundation


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The Silver Reef Museum is supported in part by the 
Washington County Recreation Arts and Parks (RAP) Tax.
Visits since April 2016

* Up to 2 adults & 3 children under 18 years old.
Museum PH: 435-879-2254
1903 Wells Fargo Rd., Leeds, UT 84746
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Trails are still open when buildings are closed. You are free to walk them on your own with the provided guide. Please stay out of the ruins.and the yards of nearby residences to the north of this historic site.