Heritage Festival FAQs

What is the schedule of events for Ogden?

Heritage Festival Schedule
Union Station and Historic 25th Street between Wall Avenue and Grant Avenue
May 9th – May 11th: 10 am – 9 pm
May 9: Union Station opens at 12 pm following the Union Pacific presentation 

For a full Heritage Festival Schedule click here

How much does it cost to attend the Heritage Festival in Ogden?

The Heritage Festival is free and open to the public.  

What items can I bring with me to the Heritage Festival?

You can bring with you your purse, waterbottles and strollers for small children

Items not allowed include: 

  • No Chairs, Blankets, or umbrellas
    • Strollers are allowed w/ small children
  • No Backpacks or Large Bags
  • No Weapons
  • No Coolers
  • No Pets Allowed, Service Dogs Must Have ID
  • No Smoking outside the designated area
  • No Alcoholic beverages brought in or out of the event footprint
  • No Drones

*Assistive devices will be allowd in the event areas.

*Security Reserves the Right to Refuse Service at their Discretion.

Are there vendor booths available?

Vendor applications are open till March 20th

How do I sign up to volunteer?

Click here to sign up to volunteer at the Heritage Festival

Will public transportation be available to Ogden?

Yes!  Riding FrontRunner is a great option that will get you very close to the event site. As of now, an increased schedule has not been planned. Please check www.rideuta.com for the most current schedule and to plan your trip.  A full day pass can be purchased for $5.

What will happen in case of inclement weather?

The events will occur rain or shine.  

Where can I find lost and found at the Heritage Festival?

At the Heritage Festival, lost and found will be located at the information booth located in Union Station’s Grand Lobby

ADA Accessibility

The Ogden Heritage Festival has numerous seating areas available.  Also, please note that limited handicap parking is available downtown from 8 AM - 9 PM with shuttles running every 30 minutes. 

Assistive devices and service dogs may be brought into event areas.