How to drive to Treehouse
PLEASE NOTE: 22ND STREET WILL BE CLOSED FROM JUNE 2 UNTIL JULY 4 FOR ROAD CONSTRUCTION AROUND THE OGDEN TEMPLE.
Treehouse Museum is located at 347 22nd Street in downtown Ogden, Utah — about 35 miles north of Salt Lake City. If traveling to Ogden on I-15 (north or south), we suggest taking the 21st Street Exit (exit 343) and traveling east to Lincoln Avenue. Turn right (south), and go two blocks to 23nd Street. Turn left (east) on 23rd, and enter the Junction parking terrace from 23rd Street. Park for free on any of the four levels at the far north end of the parking terrace.
Free angled parking is available around the perimeter of the building and in the Junction Parking Terrace. (22nd Street will be closed from June 2 until July 5.) Visitors are advised to adhere to posted street parking regulations, as Ogden City does ticket violators. Free parking is also available in the Junction Parking Terrace (enter from 23rd Street and park at the far north end).
How to walk to Treehouse from the FrontRunner Train Station
Treehouse is located just 3 blocks east and one block north of Ogden’s Intermodal Transit Center FrontRunner Station (at 23rd Street and Wall Ave.) If walking from the train station, cross Wall Avenue walking east on the north side of 23rd Street. Continue east crossing Lincoln Avenue and then Grant Avenue. Continue east past the Junction Parking Terrace. At the intersection of 23rd and Kiesel Avenue (near the MegaPlex Theaters and Solomon Center) turn north and pass in front of the Solomon Center. The Treehouse entrance is on the northeast corner of our building at 22nd Street and Kiesel Ave.