Welcome to H25!

Utah’s Premiere Historic District.

High ViewFrom the beginning, Ogden’s 25th Street has been a bit on the rebellious side. Often chided as Salt Lake City’s devious little sister, Historic 25th Street has been breaking the notions of conservative Utah for more than a century. With nicknames like Notorious Two Bit Street and Electric Alley, this street has seen it all.

In 1869, The Golden Spike brought together the first transcontinental railroad, roughly fifty miles to the northwest of Union Station, and created a boom town in Ogden. Looking at Historic 25th Street now, it’s hard to believe it was once home to brothels, political scandals, and the “dark ages” of gang rivalries so intense you couldn’t walk the three-block length in safety.

Today, 25th Street is a mecca for travelers, art collectors, foodies, outdoor enthusiasts of all manner and each season offers a new draw. We welcome more than a million visitors annually.

What's on 25th Street

Historic 25th Street boasts some of the best dining in the state. Take your pick from more than a dozen locally-owned, independent restaurants. No chains here! See dining directory.
We're proud to be a street of independent retailers, more than twenty of them! See shopping directory.
No matter what the word relax means to you, you can do it on 25th Street. A spa day with the ladies? A stroll through the galleries? A bike ride and a cold brew? We've got that too! See directory for services, activities and nightlife.
Historic 25th Street is home to several professional service offices, from tax accounting to wealth management, business happens here. See professional services directory.

Getting Here

Whether you're flying in for a conference, putting together a family ski vacation or driving up for the weekend, we'll help you get here quick and easy.

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Events and Activities

From bike races to live theatre to mid-day yoga, there’s always something to do on 25th Street. Your next adventure is waiting!

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There's always a new story to tell on Historic 25th Street. Follow along on the H25 blog to stay up to date on current happenings as well as some of the myths and legends of our past.

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Get in Touch

Have a question? Want to share your story? Have a piece of H25's past you want documented and archived?

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