At Ogden Comfort Suites, we welcome our guests with warm hospitality, large suite accommodations, great value and a family-oriented atmosphere. Our multi-million dollar renovation has propelled us to the top of the list for the value of our spacious rooms. We have rooms that can sleep up to 6 comfortably.
253 East 2500 South, Ogden, UT 84401, United States
In 1994, Kym and Pete Buttschardt opened the first Roosters Brewing Company on Historic 25th Street in Downtown Ogden. The 119-year-old building (constructed in 1890) originally housed everything from Chinese laundries to House of Ill Repute in the early 1900's. The restored building, with a unique ambiance and outdoor patio made the 25th Street location a perfect place for meeting and mingling with friends. Roosters quickly became THE PLACE TO GO and a community "gathering spot" for Ogden's diverse and eclectic population. It's not unusual to see mud-splattered mountain bikers enjoying burgers and brews at one table while more formally dressed couples enjoy herb-crusted rack of lamb and fine wine at another.
Our accommodating menu welcomes vegetarians, gluten-free guests, senior, and children menus. We are known for many delicious favorites, from our Sweet & Sour Almond Chicken to entrees like our Szechwan Shrimp. We are continuously creating new specialities for customers to try and love.
2310 Kiesel Avenue, Ogden, UT 84401, United States
The Sonora Grill is a locally owned and operated restaurant. We have a passion for mexican cuisine. From our zesty salsa made with habaneros, moritas, or tomatillos, to our slow roasted Cochinta Pibil our kitchen is busy trying to exceed our customers expectations by serving breathtaking, savory food.
258 East 2500 South, Ogden, UT 84404, United States
The Bistro 258 building was built in 1888 and was originally called the "Union Restaurant," owing to its proximity to the Union Pacific Railroad Depot.
The location of this Ogden Restaurant has always been a little on the "edgy" side of the otherwise squeaky-clean image of Utah and Salt Lake City. When the railroad came to Utah, it deliberately bypassed the Salt Lake City "Mormon" hub and came to Ogden, creating a wealth of commerce and industry.
Many of the buildings on 25th st. housed legitimate businesses, such as cafes, furniture stores and hotels. On the upper levels of the businesses, however, were several brothels. Our own building, at one time, housed "Mary Martin's Ritzi Rooms." Bistro 258 has been at least twelve different restaurants over its 120 year history and it still remains as one of the least disturbed buildings on the street.
For over 90 years Ogden’s Union Station had been the heart of downtown Ogden and Historic 25th Street. The Union Station Foundation, a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, operates the historic train depot that houses four museums and two galleries with a mission to preserve and enhance the Ogden Union Station and its collection and to promote and protect the heritage of Utah and the American West.
Located on an 84-acre river tract of land near the Weber River, the fort symbolizes a period of western history that was the transition from nomadic ways of the Indian tribes and trappers to the first permanent settlers in the Great Basin. Facilities at the fort include picnic areas, a canoeing pond, the replica fort including three cabins and restrooms.
Visitors to the Utah State Railroad Museum at Union Station are treated to a variety of interactive and pictorial displays and artifacts DSC_0541illustrating the construction of the transcontinental railroad. As visitors enter the Railroad Museum they pass under timbers used to construct the historic Lucin Cutoff across the Great Salt Lake. In the museum theater enjoy a movie about the Big Boy Locomotives that ran from Ogden to Cheyenne. In March 2011 the museum unveiled it’s newest exhibit of the original Golden Spike Safe and Utah’s Centennial Gold Spike. Weight your group on the Station’s original baggage scale.
Original models of firearms designed by John M. Browning are displayed in the museum. These include rifles, shotguns, pistols, machine guns, and cannons. Most familiar firearms, both sporting and military, are included in these inventions. The basic mechanisms of many modern firearms were first invented by John M. Browning, America’s Gunmaker.
7961 Wardleigh Road, Hill Air Force Base, UT 84056, United States
Hill Aerospace Museum is located on approximately 30 acres on the northwest corner of Hill Air Force Base, Utah, about five miles south of Ogden. The museum was founded in 1981 as a part of the United States Air Force Heritage Program and first opened in 1986. It moved to its current facility in 1991. We hosted our 1 millionth visitor in the spring of 1996 and we annually have around 180,000 visitors, coming from every state and from many foreign countries.
The mission of the Utah Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum is to honor the cowboy, along with those men and women whose lives exemplify the independence, resilience and creativeness of the people who settled Utah and continue to champion the Western way of life. The museum honors artists, champions, entertainers, musicians, ranchers, writers and those persons past and present, who have promoted the western life style.