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Las mejores actividades en Ogden

Descubre la ciudad a través de los ojos de sus habitantes. Encuentra las mejores actividades, lugares para comer y recibe consejos invaluables de la gente que vive ahí.

Amusement Park
“Dinosaur Park is an exciting collection of creatures from prehistoric crawlers, to predators and even flying reptiles. This realistic full-sized sculptures are based on actual fossils skeletons, and are brought to life by robotics, artistic details and state-of-the-art sound system”
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“Slackwater has a great beer selection, live music on the weekends, and we love their pizzas! Sit outside by the river!”
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History Museum
“Free attraction displaying planes, missiles & aerospace gear, plus exhibits on Air Force history.”
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Estación de tren
“Four Museums, Two Galleries, One Historic Train Depot!”
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“You might not expect great sushi in Utah, but this place is phenomenal. We highly recommend the garlic edamame, the black jack, and sunrise rolls. Go early and expect to wait! There's usually an hour wait for dinner. They can take your number and text you when your table is ready, so it's a great opportunity to mingle down 25th Street.”
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Grocery or Supermarket
“Local grocery store offers a variety of items including organic products. Clicklist is available for online ordering and convenient pick up. ”
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“No live music but other live music establishments within 2 blocks of Roosters Brewing.”
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Otros lugares al aire libre
“The Ogden Nature Center is a 152 acre nature preserve and education center. The center is open to the public for discovery and exploration. Visitors enjoy meeting birds of prey, snakes, tortoises, salamanders, and other native animal species. Outside there are picnic areas, tree houses, bird blinds, a spotting tower and 1.5 miles of walking trails. The nature center boast 2 of Utah's greener buildings, with hands-on nature exhibits and a unique gift shop. This wildlife sanctuary also offers field classes for children, teachers, adults and a rehabilitation facility for hundreds of injured and orphaned wild birds.”
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“For performing arts, you are walking distance from the beautiful Egyptian Theater. ”
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“A close (right across the street) walk to a beautiful collection of trees and plants along the river bluff. ”
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“Interactive "museum" for kids, with lots of stage sets where kids can put on dress-ups and pretend they are storybook characters.”
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“From the beginning, Ogden’s 25th Street has been a bit on the rebellious side. Often chided as Salt Lake City’s devious little sister, Historic 25th Street has been breaking the notions of conservative Utah for more than a century. With nicknames like Notorious Two Bit Street and Electric Alley, this street has seen it all. In 1869, The Golden Spike brought together the first transcontinental railroad, roughly fifty miles to the northwest of Union Station, and created a boom town in Ogden. Looking at Historic 25th Street now, it’s hard to believe it was once home to brothels, political scandals, and the “dark ages” of gang rivalries so intense you couldn’t walk the three-block length in safety. Today, 25th Street is a mecca for travelers, art collectors, foodies, outdoor enthusiasts of all manner and each season offers a new draw. We welcome more than a million visitors annually.”
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“Indoor Skydiving Experience! It’s not just a flight, it’s an experience that you will never forget. Our team will fit you with the right gear, set you up and set you off flying in wind speeds up to 150 mph. You’ll smile big, your cheeks will fill with air making your smile even bigger and you will leave ready to come back for more. ”
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Tienda de regalos
“Rainbow Gardens History has a great and exciting history dating back to the late 1800’s. Today, Rainbow Gardens is still owned by the King family, with Robert W. King serving as CEO and five children in retail and restaurant management positions. They extend a warm welcome to all for “Gifts, Food, and Fun.” Receiving visitors has been the “grand tradition” of Rainbow Gardens since the 1890’s, when the discovery of natural hot springs here drew crowds of health-seeking bathers to the waters of Ogden Canyon Resort—our ‘landmark’ is rich in history!”
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“Pie delivers to our house, and they actually can find it! Plus, they have the best pizzas in Utah. ”
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Bar de cocteles
“Rated Best Ogden Bar and Nightclub for four years. Live music, rooftop seating, karaoke, etc. ”
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