Things To Do In Ogden

60% Off Yoga, Zumba, and Boot Camp

12th Street Fitness

Canyon Road

$50 $20

In addition to leading calorie-blasting group workouts and calming yoga sessions, fitness staff provides free nutritional advice to clients

72% Off Personal Fitness Program

Mt Ogden Crossfit


$140 $39

One month of unlimited group personal fitness classes with introductory Elements class

Up to 57% Off a Painting Class

Liquid Canvas

Ogden Central Business District

$35 $17

Students learn about and sample a beverage before launching into a painting with assistance from an professional artist

Up to 60% Off Two Hours of Flowriding

Flowrider and iFly

Downtown Ogden

$50 $25

Indoor waves crash nonstop as boogie boarders, surfers, and wakeboarders safely cruise them

Up to 72% Off at Propulsion Pilates

Propulsion Pilates

Multiple Locations

$125 $39

Circuit-style classes combine Reformer and Tower sequences with cardio exercises and kettlebell work

Up to 91% Off Online Guitar or Bass Lessons 

Dangerous Guitar

Online Deal

$134.55 $18

More than 650 high-definition videos give professional instruction in a wide range of playing styles

Up to 66% Off at Elite Gymnastics Academy

Elite Gymnastics Academy


$192 $89

Kids aged 12 and older practice and play on professional-level gymnastics equipment, including bars, trampolines, and a foam pit

Up to 58% Off a Kids' Martial-Arts Class


Mountain View

$65 $29

Customizable martial-arts classes teach kids fitness and values that build a strong character

82% Off One Year of Online Guitar Lessons

Center Stage Guitar Academy

Online Deal

$108 $19

Bryan Billhimer leads lessons organized by skill level, covering technique and song learning in high-quality videos shot from many angles

Piper Down Irish Music Festival – Up to 51% Off

Piper Down Irish Music Festival

Ogden Amphitheater

$20.50 $10


Breezy amphitheater welcomes Celtic & Irish musical groups from across the country, such as Young Dubliners and Acadamh Rince Irish Dancers

Ogden Pioneer Rodeo Up to 45% Off Rodeo Event

Ogden Pioneer Days

Pioneer Stadium

$20 $12

Professional riders compete in Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association event and western festival that traces its roots to 1934

Up to 76% Off Studio Fees at Color Me Mine

Color Me Mine

Multiple Locations

$50 $12

Studio fees let guests apply vibrant color to dishes, figurines, and other ceramics, which staff fire within 7–10 days

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Merpati Putih is an ancient Indonesian practice that combines fitness, breathing exercises, meditation, and self-defense. Highly trained instructors Nate and Mike Zeleznick’s passion and respect for the martial art have culminated in MP USA. At the accredited Merpati Putih martial-arts school, they pass on these skills in classes for children and adults of any fitness level, drawing from their work with high-ranking Merpati Putih specialists. Beyond teaching technical skills, sessions for adults focus on overall fitness and bolstering the connection between mind and body, and kids’ classes impart values such as self-confidence, manners, and responsibility. The Zeleznicks also arm women with the tools to defend themselves in self-defense classes.

1710 Wall Ave.

Though some participants choose to run and others to walk, everybody who participates in the Color Dash experiences a transformation. As participants make their way through the 5K Color Dash and UVSplash courses they are subjected to bursts of color; additional events include Zombies by Color Dash, which adds the undead to the equation. Though the color will wash away, the memories will remain forever in the minds of all participants who aren't goldfish. Proceeds from Color Dash events benefit local children's charities and organizations.

1000 N 1200 W

Wildcat Lanes' eight bowling alleys and recreation center foster fun times and have helped the establishment earn the title of Weber State University's official bowling alley. Bowlers clad in slick-bottomed rental shoes launch marble orbs down lanes as automatic scoring machines tally fallen pins. Like pep talks from Mickey Goldmill, optional automated bumpers prevent dreams of a strike from falling into the gutter. Corn chips dive into warm, gooey cheese to sate roaring appetites. Twelve-pocket billiard tables, air hockey tables, and video games grant guests a welcome reprieve from the stresses of hunting down stationary bowling pins and bits of nacho cheese left on a fellow bowler's lapel.

3848 Harrison Blvd.

There are eight 10-pin bowling lanes, each with Steltronic automatic scorers and automated bumpers. Additional services include 12 pocket billiard tables(varying sizes), shuffleboard table, air hockey, arcade games, light weight balls for kids, large party/refreshment room, Blacklight Xtreme option, driinks and snacks.

2105 University Circle

The Front Climbing Club has attracted a crew of passionate setters and climbers with various outdoor-climbing experience, earned while climbing around the world. The staff brings this knowledge to its route setting, filling the 10,000-square-foot space with bouldering routes and top-roping walls that will boggle the mind and body like a kiss from Albert Einstein. Instructors lead these climbing and bouldering classes as well as training sessions, either teaching the fundamentals or helping attendees of virtually any age and skill level master more advanced techniques. Also offered are yoga classes and a full array of strength and cardio equipment, which can provide year-round conditioning training. The Front runs afterschool kids’ programs and camps, helping young climbers hone skills needed for teamwork and concentration. The club's pro shop also keeps visitors prepared for climbing excursions by allowing them to stock up on specialty supplies, including rock shoes, ropes, alpine and ice gear, and training equipment.

225 E 20th St.

"Once upon a time a bearded man had a dream, a dream to make the best chicken wings on the planet," begins the Wing Nutz story. That man spent years experimenting with sauces and techniques, and many would agree that he achieved that dream with his wings—which are crispy on the outside, moist on the inside, and coated in sauces such as apricot teriyaki and southern honey barbecue.

At various Wing Nutz franchises, chefs follow his same wing recipe, using cage- and hormone-free meat that is never frozen, and then baking, never frying, the wings. They also whip up fall-off-the-bone hog wings (better known as pork ribs, eaten wing-style) and lighter options, such as smoked salmon wraps and salads. The restaurant's own line of brews, Nut Job Beers, stands ready cool mouths set aflame by one of the spicier sauces.

2332 Kiesel Ave