The centerpiece of the Treehouse Museum is a giant tree "growing" in the middle of the museum. The tree has tons of places for little ones to run, hide, or sit. You may or may not be able to see your kids among the tunnels and leafy branches, but you'll certainly hear their giggles as they play and explore.
Outside of the tree itself, there is a myriad of other exhibits to play with. There is a giant map of Utah to walk, and lots of buildings to explore, including a teepee, a barn, and different types of houses from all over the world. You'll be entranced by the music room, charmed by the train and ticket booth, and impressed by the replica Oval Office, where your child can think of the day when they will achieve their dreams.
Prices are very reasonable, especially because a family with small children could spend most of a day here without getting bored. The Treehouse Museum is definitely the can't-miss attraction of Ogden for families with small children.
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Right by the Temple: Head west on S 22nd St