Top things to do in Highway 89

Top Choice Museum in Highway 89

Maynard Dixon Living History Museum

In Mt Carmel, the Architectural Digest–noted Maynard Dixon Living History Museum is where renowned Western painter Maynard Dixon (1875–1946) lived and worked in the 1930s and ’40s. Docent-led tours are by appointmen…
Top Choice American in Highway 89

Café Adobe

It's worth the 15-mile trek from Panguitch south to Hatch to sample this spot's gourmet hamburgers, creative sandwiches and decadent pies. Don't pass up the homemade tortilla chips and chunky salsa. Locals from the …
Diner in Highway 89

Galaxy Diner

Get your butterscotch malts and three-egg omelets at this button-cute 1950s diner and ice cream parlor, next to a Harley-Davidson shop.
Bakery in Highway 89

Forscher German Bakery

Break your driving fast with fresh pastries, sandwiches on the bakery's signature sourdough and flatbread pizza. This modern German bakery in nondescript Orderville puts you right back into the mood for sightseeing.…
American in Highway 89

Hatch Station Dining Car

Serves the best prime rib around, in knickknacky surrounds. Next door, there's a convenience store selling used cowboy boots (perfect if you lack the patience to break 'em in).
Arts Center in Highway 89

Thunderbird Foundation for the Arts

Runs exhibits and artist retreats in adjacent spaces.