What a nice visit! Four museums in one location for just $5. Very interesting and great views of the mountains as backdrop against historic 25th Street.
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The same building holds museums devoted to trains, cars, and John Browning, the firearms designer. The Browning museum is particularly interesting, tracing his designs from the 'old west' to some still used on today's battlefields.
I stayed at the Hampton Inn and tried this place the first night. It was a block away and very convenient to walk to. I was alone and so I was seated very promptly. The decorations were first rate, and the place was obviously buzzing...More
Totally enjoyed the museum - lots of history regarding rail travel & train history in this area. Also enjoyed the antique cars & Browning Firearms displays.
4 nice museums for $5? Unbelievable. My favorite is the John M. Browning museum upstairs. For anyone interested in firearms, this unassuming museum has quite a few "holy grails" of firearms displayed, including hand-built prototypes made by Mr. Browning himself. We also enjoyed the cars,...More
My mom suggested a diversion via a commuter train to Ogden (from Draper) for the ride and lunch at Union Station. It sounded great so we...my mom and her husband , my girlfriend and myself...hopped on board and headed out. The ride was relatively quick...More
They have a great selection of dishes. We have eaten there several times and have never been disappointed. By the way, when you're there be sure to try their French Onion soup. You'll be hooked!
Our group has visited many railroad museums around the world. On the south side of the station they have positioned a number of western road pieces of rolling stock. Many are Union Pacific including the famous turbine. Some are under a roof for protection, but...More
The Union Station is a really reasonable tourist attraction that really tells the history of Ogden. There is the Railroad Museum, The Ogden Pioneer Rodeo Museum, the John M. Browning Gun Museum, the Car Museum, the Myra Powell Art Gallery and a restaurant inside the...More