Ogden Marathon & Half Marathon
Ogden, UT USA
Saturday May 17, 2014

Ogden Attractions

Eccles Dinosaur Park
1544 East Park Boulevard, Ogden, UT 84401, on the Ogden River Parkway, 801-393-DINO, Experience over 100 exhibits with more than sixty life size and near life size dinosaurs. These replicas depict prehistoric crawlers, dinosaurs, marine creatures, and flying reptiles dating from the late Triassic through the Jurassic eras. A gift shop, play area, and education center are all part of the park.

Eccles Community Art Center
2580 Jefferson Avenue, Ogden, UT 84401, 801-392-6935, This distinctive gallery offers the community educational programs, classes and cultural exhibits. The Art Center features a Sculpture Garden and Carriage House gift shop.

Hill Aerospace Museum
7961 Wardleigh Road, Ogden, UT 84056, 801-777-6868, The Museum exhibits over 80 military aircraft, missiles, and aerospace vehicles on the grounds and inside the Major General Rex A. Hadley Gallery and the Lindquist Stewart Fighter Gallery.

Historic Union Station
2501 Wall Avenue, Ogden, UT 84401, 801-629-8444, Exhibited in the Station is one of the oldest dinosaur eggs in the world, estimated to be 120 million years old. This museum also includes several dinosaur bones, tracks, and eggs of North American origin.

Museum of Natural History
3800 Harrison Boulevard, Ogden, UT 84401, on campus of Ogden's Weber State University, 801-626-6653, This exciting museum has exhibits and representations of prehistoric animals, and a staff ready to answer questions.

Treehouse Children's Museum
347 22nd Street, Ogden, UT 84401, 801-394-9663, The museum has a focus on literacy and offers interactive and educational exhibits for all ages. The Treehouse Theater hosts a variety of special events.

25th Street
Remembered as an intriguing place of excitement and variety. Saloons and bordellos stood side by side with more conventional businesses which thrived on Oden's status as a railroad hub.

Egyptian Theatre, The
Washington Boulevard, Ogden, UT 84401, 801-395-3200, Was built in 1924, this historic theatre is noted for its rococo terra cotta exterior.

Fielding Garr Ranch House
Was built in 1848 and lived in until 1981, making it the oldest continuously occupied Anglo-built home in Utah.

Ft. Buenaventura State Park
2450 A Avenue, Ogden, UT 84401, Metro-Wasatch Front, 801-621-4808, The fort was originally established by Miles Goodyear in the early 1840s and was the first permanent Anglo settlement in the Great Basin. Fort Buenaventura includes stockade and cabin replicas on the original site, visitor center, group camping and day-use area, picnic tables, canoe rentals and modern rest rooms.