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Park City Sightseeing

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Park City, Utah is a sophisticated blend of sports, nature, and cosmopolitan sightseeing activities, making it the ideal destination for traveling parties with varying ideas as to what the perfect vacation encompasses. Home to high-end boutiques, Michelin star-ranked restaurants, and, of course, two of the finest and largest ski resorts in the nation, our mountain town appeals to those with finer tastes and larger budgets, but it is also a place where you can drop your line in a creek on a quiet summer morning, chow down on authentic and inexpensive tacos, and relax on the balcony of one of our Park City Hotels vacation escapes, enjoying the knowledge that you weren’t forced to spend a lot of money to have an excellent time! Our guide to the adventures you can have during your Park City sightseeing expeditions will help you fill every minute with fun and excitement!

Park City Museum, 528 Main Street

The first thing you will discover during your Park City adventures is that much of your time will be spent in the historic downtown area on Main Street. The second thing you will learn is that Park City Museum offers a fascinating glimpse into our history, starting with its early days as a silver mining town! Open every day of the week from 10 AM until 5 PM, you will have plenty of time to explore, even as your days are filled with exciting adventures.

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Park City Silly Market, Sundays in the Summer on Main Street

More than an ordinary farmers market, Park City Silly Market offers to produce booths, food trucks, live music, and a variety of local arts and crafts destined to serve out the rest of their days on the mantel of the fireplace in your own home-sweet-home. Also featuring a beer garden, there is nothing you will enjoy more than sitting out in the open air, sipping beer, and enjoying another beautiful day in paradise!

Utah Olympic Park, 3419 Olympic Parkway

If you want to walk in the footsteps of former, current, and future Olympians, a visit to Utah Olympic Park should be moved to the top of your vacation bucket list. Site of multiple winter sports events during the 2002 winter games, it is still used as a training center for future gold medal winners. Visitors can even book a bobsled ride if they really want to live like an Olympian for a few minutes of their lives!

So Many More Things to See in Park City, Utah

Home to the Sundance Film Festival held in January/February of every year, there is no end to the number of exciting things to see in Park City, Utah during your escape to Park City, and every adventure begins and ends with a stay in our Park City downtown hotels. Call us and reserve your favorite home today!

FAQs About Park City Sightseeing

  • Is there anything else to do besides skiing?

    Park City is a thriving and bustling mountain town that offers plenty of sightseeing adventures, many of which have nothing (or very little) to do with skiing. Park City Museum offers a glimpse into our town history and can be the perfect spot to begin your sightseeing adventures.

  • Is it true that the Olympics were once held in Park City?

    As you may already know, the ski slopes of Park City are beyond amazing, making it the perfect place to hold winter events, and in 2002, the Olympics did come to town. Today, you can walk in the footsteps of Olympic Champions with a visit to Utah Olympic Park, taking some time to explore the ski museum on its property as well.

  • My spouse is going to spend a lot of our vacation golfing, but I prefer exploring the artistic side of Park City. Is there somewhere you recommend I visit?

    The Kimball Art Center is where the most talented artists in our state produce, show, and sell their art, but it is more than a gallery. Offering art education this worthy establishment encourages and promotes a love of art to all who step inside their doors.

  • What sights can I see from the Park City Hotels rental?

    Our properties are located all over the town of Park City, and although they don’t offer views of the Olympic Park, many are close to local sightseeing attractions that you will keep you occupied during your stay. The views from generously sized windows, however, will more than keep guests entertained and charmed, showing off the best of Park City’s countryside.