In 1869, Union Station launched Utahns by train to far-off destinations -- but these days, this historic spot is praised as a popular arrival, not departure, site. Experience the legend of the locomotive with this deal:
• $10 ($20 value) for daily admission to the Union Station's three museums for four
• $5 ($10 value) for daily admission to the Union Station's three museums for two
• Located in downtown Ogden and open Monday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Preserving History and Community
Though its coal, copper, and passenger trains are no longer running, Union Station continues to serve the community as a historical centerpiece and community gathering place. Take a ride back in time as you learn about Big Boy locomotives, step onto the station's first scale to weigh baggage, and get a close-up of this spot's massive, extraordinarily detailed model train scene with four running trains. Enhance your experience with a visit to John M. Browing Firearms Museum to learn more about the man considered as "America's Gunmaker" -- then, pop over to the Browning Kimball Classic Car Museum and imagine cruising in a 1929 Packard, a 1901 Oldsmobile, and more. With three museums covering so many aspects of industry dating as far back as 1850, it's no wonder that Frommer's recommends you spend "an hour or two" at Union Station.
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PAID VALUE DOES NOT EXPIRE
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON June 13, 2013
Travel Back to the Year 1850 at Union Station
- from $10