Ogden is located in Weber County in Utah, essentially a neighbor of the Great Salt Lake and Salt Lake City. This city has a very long history and originally gained notoriety as a hub of transportation because of its strategic location. Ogden has many historic buildings, museums, parks, and it is a beloved place to visit because it is very close to the legendary mountains of Utah.
Museums, historical sights, cultural centers, sculpture gardens, the list of things to do in Ogden goes on forever! The Utah State Railroad Museum is the top choice of museums in the city. Because Ogden played such a huge part in the growth of the Union Pacific Railway this is a very important museum. Check out the old locomotives and diesel trains, both sure to be favorites of young tykes. Take a guided tour and learn a little more about the history here. The Hill Aerospace Museum is another interesting museum for those interested in aviation, space, and the military.
There are plenty of historical buildings in Ogden, but the most famous is Eccles Community Art Center, which is a Victorian mansion, built in the late 1800s, it now serves as an art space with great classes and art on display, although the building itself is already worth a visit!
Ogden has very beautiful parks and nature preserves. Waterfall Canyon Trail is a great path to experience this as outdoorsy folk can hike up to the top of a mountain and check out the view below. The trail also offers lots of nice sights such as waterfalls, creeks, and roaming wildlife. The Ogden Botanical Gardens is a nice place to see and many of the city’s other parks, bike trails, and walk paths lead here. The gardens are filled with the most gorgeous wild flowers of Utah.
The best area to stay at Ogden is Argonne Park and Albertsons Center as both are close to lots of restaurants, cafes, bars, night clubs, golf courses. They both will also get winter lovers on the road to ski resorts. Ogden offers a large variety of vacation rentals, and everyone can find their perfect vacation home. Vacation homes are most often large houses, but tourists can also find log cabins, luxury condos, beautiful apartments, and unique houses too. Be sure to grab one with a hot tub to truly capitalize on Utah luxury.
When to visit depends on what the visitor hopes to get out of an Ogden vacation. Summers are warm and scenic and provide endless opportunity to explore the surrounding nature but Utah's pull is often because of winter. January to March usually brings amazing powder to the local ski resorts.
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