Ogden Nature Center: Located in the heart of Ogden, you’ll find a 152-acre nature preserve and education center open to the public year-round. The Ogden Nature Center offers a wide variety of activities, from walking trails to educational programs for all ages. Many attractions are ADA inclusive!
George S Eccles Dinosaur Park: The Dinosaur Park is an exciting collection of creatures from prehistoric crawlers, to predators and even flying reptiles. More than one hundred dinosaur sculptures fill the park. These realistic full-sized sculptures are based on actual fossils skeletons and are brought to life by robotics, decorative details, and state-of-the-art sound system.
Hill Aerospace Museum: Located on approximately 30 acres in the northwest corner of Hill Air Force Base, Utah. The museum, which opened in 1986, was founded in 1981 as part of the United States Air Force Heritage Program. The Hill Aerospace Museum is an Air Force field museum operating within the guidelines of the United States Air Force Heritage Program, AFI 84-103, U.S. Air Force Heritage Program. In addition to the Air Force, the major supporter of the Hill Aerospace Museum is the Aerospace Heritage Foundation of Utah, a non-profit, private organization authorized to operate on Hill AFB for the specific purpose of supporting the museum.
Redbutte Garden: Redbutte is a Utah staple. They are not only one of the most beautiful places, they are also one of the best attractions for anyone on wheels. Enjoy the pristine views of everything Redbutte has to offer from the comfort of your chair.
Moab: Moab Utah’s Arch formations are truly breathtaking. Although many of the hikes require climbing & manoeuvering, there are a few trails with some impressive views available from your chair.
Redbutte Garden- https://www.redbuttegarden.org/
Ogden Nature Center – https://ogdennaturecenter.org/
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Hill Aerospace Museum. https://www.hill.af.mil/Home/Hill-Aerospace-Museum/