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I love rocks, this store I could not pass up. tons to choose from, there was many rocks outside to choose from, nice store inside with more shaped and polished rocks, out back behind the store had beautiful things. I bought a chunk of green...More
My husband loves rocks and gems. He’s much more comfortable looking at them once they’re out of the earth than standing on the top of a trail looking down into a rocky canyon! He wanted to look for a certain stone and this store was...More
We passed this shop driving in and made a point of walking over to take a look. The rocks they have are... amazing. The store is huge, along w the knowledge of the owner. He knows all the rocks inside and out. You can find...More
A variety of rocks and gems were on display. It was interesting to read about the rocks and touch. There were some unique sandstone gifts that I'm glad we found. Great memories of the Zion area. The petrified wood was interesting.
I stopped here twice, on two separate trips. On our first visit, I had picked up a Utah sandstone candle holder, as a gift for someone. I ended up stopping here on my second trip to buy two other candle holders, plus a picture frame,...More
This place has it all - rough rocks, gems and minerals sold by the pound as well as polished pieces suitable for making jewelry and made jewelry as well. And if you are looking for something to remember your stay in Utah, you can find...More
Nice store for minerals and rocks, quite a big selections of this you can buy. Large minerals are placed outside in boxes and containers and are priced by the lb, on the store front and inside are more smaller and rarer items. They have a...More
While visiting Zion, stop in the adjacent town of Springdale. Zion Rock & Gem is a fun stop. The women who run it are super funny. They have many stories to share about the rocks, gems and history of the area. There are hundreds of...More