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Discover Park City's history at the Park City Museum on Historic Main Street. Prospectors discovered silver in 1868 in the area that soon after became Park City. Mine owners made fortunes, while thousands of miners simply made a living. After silver...more
The history of Park City presented in attractive and imaginative displays. Lots of information about mining activities of early days of Park City, life in the late 19th century West and the development of the skiing industry and the Olympics of 2002. A really nice...More
Stumbled upon this place upon our walk through Mainstreet. If you tour the museum and take the walking guided tour, it's a combined $15 fee. Would recommend. The tour was great! Our guide Donovan (a British gent who came to Utah in the 1970's) was...More
We visited here with adults, elementary age kids, and teens, and we all enjoyed it. There were plenty of things to pique the interest of everyone in our group: historical information on the forming of the town, mining, the reinvention of Park City into a...More
The age range of our family group is 18-80 and everyone enjoyed this place. Lots of interesting and creative exhibits. Everything from notorious outlaws in the “dungeon” jail to the history of area mines and the development of the ski industry. Well worth the time.