Plan Your Visit

Attend the Gathering and Explore Historic Ogden

The coming of the Transcontinental Railroad built 25th Street and its hotels, bars, and shops. Commercial air travel and the Interstate freeway system rendered passenger rail travel obsolete virtually overnight. Without the daily influx of tens of thousands of passengers, 25th Street stood boarded up for many years. Fortunately, those lean years kept developers away from the street during the era that most communities were bulldozing the old to make room for homogenized strips malls. Entire books have been written about the people, places and pastimes of Ogden’s Historic 25th Street, but what makes the street so captivating is that it’s one of those places where anyone can still write their own story today. - Visit Ogden

Hotels, Accommodations & Attractions

The RNA Gathering has arranged for a block of rooms at a reduced rate. Tell them you are attending the Railroads in Native America Gathering at Ogden Union Station.

Tru by Hilton Ogden

Home2 Suite Ogden

Historic 25th Street

From its rough-and-tumble early frontier days through its days of debauchery and decadence to the eclectic energy of today, it’s safe to say that you haven’t been to Ogden, Utah until you’ve strolled down Historic 25th Street. - Visit Ogden

Ogden Dining & Night Life

When it comes to nightlife, Ogden is all fun. The savviest local night owls will tell you that it starts and ends with Historic 25th Street, which has earned the right to call itself  “The Most Entertaining Street in Utah.” - Visit Ogden

25 Things to do on Historic 25th Street

Once notoriously known for brothels, opium dens, gambling and boot legging; today the street is a mecca for art collectors, foodies, shoppers, nightlife and entertainment. - Visit Ogden