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For 50 years this stately and historic depot served as a major hub for transcontinental rail service. Today, it remains a monument to grand rail stations of the early 20th-century and includes four museums: the Utah State Railroad Museum, the...more
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Add to the list, the static display of locomotives and rail cars, south of the Union Station and the seasonal art exhibits off the main room. Take in all in, or a little. For $5 person, it’s an incredible bargin.
There are several museums in Union Station which are part of the same ticket. I have taken my grandson several times and it is always nice. It's never been crowded and we enjoy the variety of museums; cars, trains, and more.
Stumbled into Union Station without checking it out in advance. What a surprise! My dad served in WW 2 and was based with the US Navy in Kaysville, Utah for a time and traveled through the Ogden Union Station on his way to serve in...More
My wife and I were just expecting to tour a nice historical building. Little to know, we would end up spending three hours at this attraction!! First off they had a local arts fair with vendors selling various items. Then we toured the railroad museum...More
I was visiting the area with an old friend I hadn't seen in years. We were trying to find things to do and went here. My friends Dad used to work at the train station years ago. There are 4 museums in the station and...More
Ogden was a major historical hub for the Transcontinental Railroad and right up to the 70's. And, because of the climb out of Ogden to Denver there were some special engines built primarily for just his run. The Museum provides insight into some unique history...More
This is an historic architectural treasure housing multiple museums. It was a re station. There is a small one room cowboy museum honoring rodeo people. Saddles, riding tack, cowboy outfits and assorted memorabilia. What is great is the multi room railroad exhibit. For example, an...More