Museums & Memories
Historic Main Street and Kimball Junction
Breakfast on Main Street - Harvest or Riverhorse Provisions are two new options or try a classic like Eating Establishment or Atticus Coffee & Tea. Then take a tour of the Park City Museum to learn about the mining days in the 1860's and how Park City transitioned from silver boom to ghost town to renowned ski destination. While there, check out The Hunt for Treasure exhibit.
For an adventure, hop on the free Main Street Trolley and pop into some of the many galleries that line Main Street. Don’t miss the street art by world renowned graffiti artist, Bansky on the side of the Java Cow building which features a photographer shooting a picture of a flower. On the last Friday of each month, join in on the Gallery Stroll. Then round out the day by catching an evening performance at the Egyptian Theatre.
Start with coffee or tea at Hugo Coffee Roasters at the Park City Chamber/Bureau Visitor's Center. While sipping your beverage, enjoy the awesome views and learn more about what our area has to offer.
Next, head up the hill to the Utah Olympic Park and Alf Engen Museum. Take in a guided tour of the former Olympic competition site or participate in one of the many activities offered from the Discover Zone play area to Extreme Tubing (activities offered Thursday-Sunday till Sept. 24).
When you’re done, check out some of the local shops and restaurants in Redstone and Newpark. A few local favorites are Joli (you can support local arts with a locally designed and created art lovers t-shirt), Indigo Highway, Red Rock Brewery, Sushi Blue, and Townshend Tea. Stop in at the Swaner Nature Center to learn about our wetland ecosystem. The Swaner Preserve is a 1,200-acre nature preserve with 10,000 sf LEED Platinum building featuring interactive exhibits about the surrounding environment and a gift shop with local art. Close out the day by grabbing a movie at the Cinemark Theatre or bowling a game or two with dinner at Jupiter Bowl.