Ogden Historic Sites & Interpretive Centres
Built in 1846 by famed pioneer Miles Goodyear, Fort Buenaventura has been reconstructed on its original site. Livestock, cabins and heirloom gardens demonstrate what the fort looked like in the 1800s. Today the park offers facilities for camping, picnics, hiking, fishing, wildlife viewing, canoeing and more.
Featuring displays and collections of photographs, artifacts and memorabilia from Utah's pioneer era beginning in 1848, the Daughters of the Pioneers Museum is a popular attraction for history buffs. The Miles Goodyear Cabin was once home to a famous trapper and was built in 1845. The cabins is the first pioneer home built in the Utah and is now located outside the museum.
Ogden's Union Station is a restored rail center that houses the Browning Arms Collection, Utah State Railroad Museum, Spencer S and Hope F Eccles Railroad Center, Browning-Kimball Car Museum, Natural History Museum, Myra Powell Art Gallery, Caboose Gift Shop and the M.S. Browning Theater. Since 1869, Ogden has been the hub of the Western freight operations and Union Station is a historic landmark commemorating where it all began.