Ogden Pioneer Days is celebrating events all over the Ogden Area. Visit our map to learn about venue details, directions and locations.
There are events and activities for everyone in the family. Visit our calendar to learn more about event dates, times, locations, + details.
date: Year-round Exhibit
time: Opens 10:00 a.m.
“How The West Was Fun” exhibit consists of several miniature structures housing hands-on activities giving it a very real and personal connection to our western heritage. The miniature Ogden Pioneer Days Arena allows children to mount on a saddle just their size and take a ride on a giant carved rocking horse. A big red barn is highlighted with art work allows children to find a cow that can be milked, and puppet chicks and pigs, and play bales of hay. The barn is also home to an animatronics' rooster, who sits up in the barn's hayloft window and crows at special times, and to an animatronics' sheep, who is “penned” near the cow. Activity tables around the barn feature miniature farms for both younger children and older visitors to do some hands-on farming.
The Treehouse Children's Museum is a nonprofit educational organization whose mission is to be the magical place where children and families “Step Into a Story.” The Treehouse Children's Museum was founded in 1992 by a group of parents, educators and business leaders who wanted to create a facility for families that would also be a resource for area schools. .The Treehouse Museum offers interactive, hands-on exhibits and programs focusing on family literacy, children's literature, geography, history and the arts for children, families and schools Child Magazine named Treehouse Children's Museum one of the best children's museum in the nation.