The Park City Museum is an award-winning museum and local staple full of surprises located on
April 5, 2022 by Rachel Friedman Elberts
If you want to know anything about Park City’s past you must understand the steep history of its
June 22, 2021 by Rachel Friedman Elberts
There’s a lot more to Park City than just our skiing and outdoor adventures. We have a rich and storied historic past that began as a rambunctious silver mining town, nearly fading into history as a ghost town, and then re-invented as a ski town that grew into a world-class destination that hosts global events such as the 2002 Winter Olympics and the Sundance Film Festival. As you roam the streets of Park City you might come across abandoned mines, tram towers, and commemorative statues that are relics of our past that might peak your interest and curiosity about the history of Park City and how it all began. We’ve found one of the best ways to delve into Park City’s past is via a tour that will fully immerse you in the history and culture of our mountain town.
May 18, 2021 by Rachel Friedman Elberts
The Utah Olympic Park, referred to by locals as the UOP, is where dreams are realized, actualized, and come true. Not only for the athletes who have trained and competed there but also for the guests who come from far and wide to experience what it feels like to be an Olympian. When you visit the UOP you fully understand how The Utah Olympic Legacy Foundation celebrates the spirit of the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Winter Games and inspires active healthy lifestyles, and increases the community uses of Utah’s Olympic venues.
February 2, 2021 by Casey Lane
In a town where a High School can be a library, a barn can be a gym, and an auto shop can be a restaurant, it only makes sense that a boutique bed and breakfast would have at one time been a functioning schoolhouse. And like the town itself, which has played host to everyone from miners to Olympians, Washington School House Hotel has survived 132 years through adaptation and reinvention.