Park City Utah has a rich history and culture, and our very own Park City Museum aims to celebrate that by educating residents and visitors on Park City’s heritage. From displays explaining how the first settlers came to Park City and mining exhibits to a “dungeon” exhibit and art gallery, the museum has something for every visitor and is sure to be a great way to spend an afternoon during your stay.
Things to do in Park City: Park City Museum Visitors info
Hours: Monday to Saturday 10:00am to 7:00pm and Sunday 12:00pm to 6:00pm.
Admission: The museum is free for members and costs $10 per adult, $8 for seniors, students and military (with valid ID), 5$ for children (7-11) and free for children 6 and under.
Location: The museum is located on historic Main Street (528 Main Street to be exact) and is conveniently situated next to a public transit center for easy access.
Things to do in Park City: Park City Museum Exhibits
- From Around the World (How settlers came to Park City)
- Mega Mine and Days of Ore
- Skier Subway Theatre
- The Dungeon: Park City’s Territorial Jail
- Muckers and Millionaires
- Living in Park City
- Bar Talk
- 1926 Fire Truck
- The Great Fire of 1898
- Tozer Art Gallery
Things to do in Park City: Helpful Tips for Visiting the Park City Museum
As with most public tourist attractions, the museum has several rules that they enforce, and we have some tips so that you can get the most out of your museum experience:
- Stay at the Park City Peaks Hotel! We have a free public transit stop directly in front of our hotel, and the bus goes right past the museum!
- Food and drinks are not permitted in the museum so make sure you empty your bags before you arrive.
- Flash photography and video cameras are not permitted inside the museum.
- The museum has guided group tours which are great if you’re visiting with a large group.