Explore Art Adventures
in Park City & Summit County
While we’re well-known as a mecca for mountain recreation, there are many opportunities to enjoy art, music, film, theater and other cultural events in Park City and Summit County. Come discover the depth and breadth of arts and culture color in our cool mountain community. Choose the Arts Adventure that matches your interests, or mix and match to create your own.
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Museums & Memories
Park City is rich with museums, galleries and shops from Kimball Junction to Historic Main Street. Make some new memories and connect with our past with a few of these favorites.
Check out the “Hunt for Treasure” exhibit and take a guided Historic Walking Tour at the Park City Museum
Enjoy art of every genre at over 20 galleries on Main Street
Learn about our Olympic Legacy with a guided tour of the Utah Olympic Park and Alf Engen Ski Museum. Stay to enjoy a variety of adventure activities
Explore the Swaner Nature Preserve & Eco-Center with interactive exhibits about the surrounding environment
Read & Ride
Hop on a bike to explore Park City’s Old Town, McPolin Barn, or the Summit County Historic Union Pacific Rail Trail and read up on history and heritage along the way.
Stop in to Dolly’s Bookstore for the latest staff book recommendation or catch a book signing
Visit Park City Library to check out exhibits by local artists and explore 3-D printing.
Check out an E-Bike from the country’s first all electric bike-share network
Ride along McLeod Creek trail to McPolin Farm and read the historic markers to learn about this landmark. Starting Sept. 23, check out the handcrafted scarecrows that line the trail
Bike the Union Pacific Rail Trail to Coalville with stops at numerous historic markers to learn about the area
Visit Summit County Historical Museum to discover the legacy of the area with a docent’s tour of the Museum and Courthouse
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Dive into the local scene and experience the talents of our local artists and artisans.
Spend a day at Blue Sky Adventures in Wanship to enjoy horseback riding, fly fishing, or shooting clay targets. Then tour High West Distillery to discover the art of whiskey making, then enjoy whiskey tastings and western cuisine
Explore the trending Bonanza Park Arts District in Park City for artisan chocolates, wine, baked goods, art exhibits, and dining - something for everyone
Stroll the Poison Creek trail and enjoy the public art along the way. Be sure to check out the iconic Shoe Tree
Our local color comes out in full force in the fall. From our changing landscape to our farmer’s markets and our arts and culture programming, the palette is vibrant.
Take a chairlift ride at Deer Valley Resort or Park City Mountain Resort to admire the awesome fall colors from above
Catch a movie at the Park City Library - hosted by the Park City Film Series, Park City’s only independent art house cinema
Shop for colorful local produce and wares at one of several weekly farmer’s markets
Explore Old Town Park City with dinner on Main Street and a show at the historic Egyptian Theatre
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Echo Canyon & Beyond
Just a half hour from Park City, Echo Canyon provided a key route to the Salt Lake Valley in America's westward expansion. Explore the beauty of the red sandstone cliffs and learn about the history of the area.
- Check out Echo Historic Church (now a museum) and Cemetery, the nearby Pony Express Station and where Brigham Young’s party camped in July 1847
- Fishing at Echo Dam and Reservoir or along the Weber River – rainbow trout, brown trout and small bass
- Pack a picnic or enjoy lunch at Denise’s Home Plate in Coalville – don’t miss the assorted brownies!
Explore the beauty, charm, and local color of the Kamas Valley.
Drive to Woodland, UT (about 30 minutes from Park City) for breakfast biscuits or fritters
Head up into the Unita Mountains to see some fabulous fall foliage - stop at Provo Falls or go all the way to Mirror Lake
Check out the area’s upcoming fall festival - the 8th annual Harvest Fest
Grab dinner and a concert at the Dejoria Center
IF YOU DECIDE TO STAY
In addition to getting the guaranteed lowest rates, booking your lodging here is another way to help sustain art in our local community. A portion of your booking goes back to the Park City Summit County Arts Council.
Produced by Park City Summit County Arts Council with the support of Summit County Restaurant Tax Funds