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Ogden’s Historic 25th Street is like any other street in the world. It has a sunny side and a shady side. “Two-Bit Street’s” bright side has included booming restaurants, rooming houses, clothing stores, saloons and barber shops that have serviced the trainloads of people who stepped off rail cars at Union Station beginning in 1869. It’s shady side provided other “services” to visitors including opium dens, gambling parlors and houses of prostitution.
On the other hand, Ogden’s Historic 25th Street is unlike any other street in the world. You’ll hear the tales of its system of underground tunnels that bootleggers created to make the dash from Union Station toe the Ben Lomond Hotel during the height of prohibition. Historic 25th Street is now home to the most colorful display of characters, shops, restaurants and experiences to be had anywhere in the Beehive State.