5 Rad Things To Do At Ogden’s Dinosaur Park
Mar03

5 Rad Things To Do At Ogden’s Dinosaur Park

The George S. Eccles Dinosaur park is a hidden gem along Ogden’s River Parkway.  Before I had ever ventured into the museum I remember I had biked past it, almost crashing when I saw a T-Rex peeking out at me from behind the gate. After the first shock, stopping to say hello to dinos became a favorite activity for us during our biking adventures.  On my most recent trip to Dino Park I tagged a long with local mom bloggers, The...

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Indie Ogden Spotlight – Arrowsmith Gallery
Jun18

Indie Ogden Spotlight – Arrowsmith Gallery

Do you like secrets? Uncovering hidden surprises? Being enchanted? If you answered yes to any of the above, you’re in luck. Ogden’s colorful history, unique architecture and vast variety of commerce, art and antique shops will charm you to your toes. Our little O-town is full of magic folks. You just have to know where to look. Intrigued? I have the perfect place for you to start. Less than a block from Union Station, and just east of...

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Indie Ogden Spotlight – Pandemonium Art Gallery
May13

Indie Ogden Spotlight – Pandemonium Art Gallery

Nestled between the unique mix of historic and modern buildings, near the bottom of Ogden’s historic 25th street lies one of Ogden’s most unforgettable art galleries, Pandemonium. I’d be hard pressed to name my favorite thing about this place; the strange and stirring collection of out-of-the box art, the eclectic mix of featured artists and various mediums, the small and intimate space. But truly my favorite part about this place is...

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Indie Ogden History- Ogden Union Station
Jun01

Indie Ogden History- Ogden Union Station

This slideshow requires JavaScript. At the bottom of historic 25th Street, Ogden’s Union Station is a stunning historic building to the casual passerby. Spanish Colonial arches, tile mosaics, and a sunset-colored, brick façade— all hints of another era.  Massive, retired locomotives and colorful freight cars haunt its borders, quiet shadows of their former glory. The Union Station accommodates a limited amount of freight by rail these...

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Indie Ogden Review: Union Station and museums
Feb21

Indie Ogden Review: Union Station and museums

Being a recent transplant to the Ogden area via the Northeast, I was quite charmed by the West and delighted by what I’ve discovered in this great little town. One of the first things that I noticed upon arriving here other than the spectacular Wasatch front mountain range was Union Station. I admit it is hard to miss being in the prime location of Wall Ave. and 25th Street, but I also do have a special place in my heart for train...

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