Play In Davis County

Hill Aerospace Museum

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7961 Wardleigh Rd, Hill Air Force Base, UT, United States
Wardleigh Road Hill Air Force Base Utah 84056 US

Hill Aerospace Museum is located on approximately 30 acres of the northwest corner of Hill Air Force Base, five miles south of Ogden, Utah. The Museum, which opened in 1986, was founded in 1981 as a part of the United States Air Force Heritage Program. The Utah Museum moved to its current facility in 1991 and hosted its five millionth visitor in the spring of 2019. There were 359,181 visitors, coming from every state and from many foreign countries, who visited the Museum last year. Not only does the Museum have more than 70 aircraft on display in its two inside galleries and outside air park, it exhibits thousands of artifacts depicting the history of aviation of the United States Air Force, Hill Air Force Base and the State of Utah.

Hours

Hours: 9 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Admission is FREE.

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825 South State Street, Clearfield, UT, United States 1.2 mi

 

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1659 East 1400 South, Clearfield, UT 84015, USA 1.4 mi

Urban Air is the ultimate indoor adventure park. People know them for trampolines (because they’re awesome), but that’s just the tip of the Urban Air iceberg. Once inside, you’ll see what they mean. It takes an adventurous soul to experience all their attractions in one visit. Lucky for you, they’re open 7-days a week.

Urban Air Trampoline Park has been voted BEST Gym in America for Kids by Shape Magazine, BEST Place to Take Energetic Kids and BEST Trampoline Parks.

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1986 North Hill Field Road, Layton, UT, United States 2.3 mi

We are the ultimate backyard nature shop.  We strive to help families enjoy wild birds.  Birds are a wonderful keyhole into the natural world.  As a valuable community resource, our outreach programs provide education including:

  • Nature/Bird Walks
  • Workshops
  • Seminars and presentations
  • Scouting groups
  • Home & Garden Clubs
  • Civic Clubs
  • Schools
  • Birding Clubs

Our aim is to foster appreciation for the natural world among people of all ages, and particularly to help children enjoy their backyard birds.  We believe that as individuals become connected with nature through feeding and watching wild birds, they will gain appreciation and respect for the natural world.

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1396 North Main Street, Layton, UT, United States 2.48 mi

 

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720 West 1500 North, Layton, UT, United States 2.61 mi

 

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728 West 1425 North, Layton, UT, United States 2.62 mi

 

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1201 N Hill Field Rd, Layton, UT, USA 2.8 mi

At Utah’s only interactive aquarium, you’re invited to explore, discover, interact… be inspired!

Discover our world’s eco-systems through various hands-on activities:

Hand feeding sharks
Swim with stingrays
Hold exotic birds
Feed tropical animals
Get a Fish Pedicure
More!

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1201 N Hill Field Rd, Layton, UT 84041, USA 2.8 mi

Laser Tag, Archery Tag, Dart Tag, and more for Birthdays, Dates, Fundraisers, and Corporate Events!

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1076 Layton Hills Mall, Layton, UT, United States 2.82 mi

Layton Hills Mall is a located off of Hill Field Road at the intersection of Hill Field Road and I-15 . The mall has a variety of retailer and dining options including Dick’s Sporting Goods, Hollister, Texas Road House, Buffalo Wild Wings, and the SeaQuest Interactive Aquarium. Layton Hills Mall also features a children’s play area located on the lower level location and the Dartside indoor nerf gun arena on the upper level. Visit shoplaytonhills.com for more information including a complete list of retailers, restaurants, entertainment options and a mall map.

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3185 North Hills Drive, Layton, UT 84041 2.98 mi

Sun Hills Golf Course is a privately owned and operated course open to the public. Featuring a challenging and fun 18-hole course. The practice area consists of three practice greens, a full length grass tee driving range, practice bunker and much more. With these and the full service Club House, Sun Hills Golf Course is your one stop destination for both practice and play.

Sun Hills Golf Course offers an array of varying terrain and challenging holes. Sun Hills Golf Course also boasts some of the best views of any course in Northern Utah. Keeping true to its natural setting, Sun Hills Golf Course is home to various wild animals, native plants and our local resident The FOX.

Located at the foot of the Wasatch Mountains and just above Hill Air Force Base, Sun Hills Golf Course is one of the local industries best kept secrets. Our friendly and personable staff help make playing Sun Hills a memorable experience and one you won’t want to pass up the next time you’re thinking about where to play golf. All of us at Sun Hills Golf Course are looking forward to seeing you soon.

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867 North 1200 West, Layton, UT, United States 3.01 mi

Amusement center with a range of kids’ activities, such as roller skating, laser tag, video games, and more!

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587 Main Street, Layton, UT, United States 3.43 mi

On Pitch Performing Arts exists to educate, entertain, and inspire children, adults and audiences with theatrical productions that range from musicals, plays, and new works; we train and support the next generation of theatre artists; we provide arts education programs that promote life-long learning; and we celebrate the power of theatre to bring together our community.​

 

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1891 West 1700 South, Syracuse, UT, United States 3.82 mi

The Syracuse Museum and Cultural Center celebrates and preserves local history of the city of Syracuse and its early citizens. The main building houses extensive collections of personal belongings that came to Utah in the early pioneer days, Syracuse baseball teams, toys and music, clothing and furniture, and family histories.

The Farm and Home building houses items that show the extensive agricultural past of Syracuse when the town was the largest producer of fruit in Davis County in the early 1900s. Dairy production is also emphasized and on display is our claim to fame: the two-headed calf. Also housed in this building is a replica general dry goods store and the town’s first fire truck. The Rentmeister Library of Utah history books is nestled between a blacksmith shop and memorabilia from the local soda shop.

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2428 West Antelope Dr. Syracuse, UT 84075 3.87 mi

 

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445 North Wasatch Drive, Layton, UT, United States 3.89 mi

 

 

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403 North Wasatch Drive, Layton, UT, United States 3.95 mi

The Kenley Amphitheater is right in the heart of Layton Park and can hold 1800 people at capacity. We like to think of the Kenley as one of the many gems of Layton. If you’re interested in renting the amphitheater, visit the Layton City Parks and Recreation website or call at (801) 336-3900.

In 1995, the Davis Arts Council partnered with Layton City, corporate sponsors, and private donors to build the Edward A. Kenley Centennial Amphitheater. Since that time Davis Arts Council has proudly packed it each summer with some of the greatest talents of our time: Chicago, The Doobie Brothers, Foreigner, Styx, Olivia Newton John, The Beach Boys, and REO Speedwagon to name a few. 

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403 Wasatch Drive, Layton, UT, United States 4.01 mi
Back in 1972, a group of concerned citizens decided to build a Layton museum. They formed a museum non-profit 501c3 corporation, raised money for a museum building, selected an ideal museum location, gathered artifacts, built a museum building with private donations; and then once the museum building was completed and paid for donated the building and the artifact collection to Layton City as a permanent home for the cultural heritage items of Layton’s history. The museum was opened to the general public in August of 1980, and for over thirty years the museum has been visited by thousands and thousands of old and new citizens. Over time, the museum’s heritage collection has grown to include 2,470 artifact objects; 3,770 historical photographs; and 2,900 archival documents and 299 books.
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465 Wasatch Dr, Layton, UT, United States 4.04 mi

 

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1806 South 2000 West, Syracuse, UT, United States 4.06 mi

Utah’s largest indoor funplex where the weather is always great!  Features a wide variety of activities and entertainment for the whole family and all age groups. Activities include:

  • Glow-in-the-Dark Go-Karts
  • 38 Bowling Lanes (includes Galactic Bowling)
  • 18-Hole Mini Golf
  • Roller Skating Rink
  • Rock Climbing Wall
  • Nerf Battle Star Blasters
  • Golf Simulators
  • Laser Tag
  • Batting Cages with Fast and Slow Pitch
  • Large Arcade Area

For meals and various snacks, The Rush Funplex features two cafes, including a Dairy Queen. It also provides nine party and corporate room areas which make a great option for any occasion, all competitively priced.

Check out our website for daily deals and promotions.  Come and play…it’s a Rush!

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