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Once an active train station, the 1020’s era Union Station is now home to four museums, art galleries and a restaurant. One ticket admits visitors to all four museums. The Utah State Railroad Museum features exhibits about building the Transcontinental Railroad including a Maintenance of Way children’s play exhibit, an immersive model train exhibit, the Utah State Centennial Golden Spike and a caboose inside the museum.  Outside on display are over twenty examples of local rolling stock and locomotives including three steam locomotives and the rare Union Pacific X-26 Turbine, “The Big Blow”.
On display in the John M. Browning Firearms Museum are firearms and prototypes designed by the Ogden native alongside the manufactured versions.  John M. Browning (1855-1926) held an astounding 128 gun patents, his designs were produced by Winchester, Remington and Colt among others. Exhibit highlights are the M1911 pistol and the Browning Automatic Rifle.  A miniature gun collection is also displayed.  Don’t miss the short Browning video which shows in the museum theater.
Inside the Browning – Kimball Classic Car Museum are mint condition autos from the Collection of Bruce Browning and Barbara-Kimball Browning.  Look for Mrs. Brownings monogram, BKB on the doors of her favorites.  The 1911 “Merry Oldsmobile”, Pierce Arrow and 18 cylinder Cadillac are visitor favorites. 
The Utah State Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum is dedicated to Ogden’s local rodeo heritage, the display includes the Cowboy Hall of Fame and everything rodeo from ropes to rodeo queens.

While you are here, visit the Gallery at the Station and the Myra Powell Gallery featuring works by Utah artists.
The Station is located in the heart of Ogden’s Historic 25th Street district, beautiful to see, fun for shopping, dining and adventure.

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