Park City is a unique blend of the old and new. Sixty-four of Park City's buildings are listed on the National Register of Historic Places, many of which are located along the town's Main Street, and more than 1,200 miles of tunnels wind through the surrounding mountains, remnants of the mining era.
An interactive pictorial of Park City's colorful mining and ski history is on display at the newly renovated Park City Museum, located at 528 Main Street, in the heart of Park City's historic Old Town district. If like ghost stories, don't miss the 75-minute guided tour, with Park City Ghost Tours, and learn about the many haunted buildings around Park City's historic district. sharing ghost stories about the many haunted buildings around Main Street. Park City's Olympic Welcome Plaza, located at the junction of Highway 224 and Highway 248, pays tribute to both Park City's role in the 2002 Olympic Winter Games and the past 18 Winter Olympic host cities. The Joe Quinney Winter Sports Center at the Utah Olympic Park is home of the Alf Engen Ski Museum which features films, interactive exhibits and museums, and Olympic memorabilia that highlight Park City's long involvement in winter sports.
Take a short drive from Park City and experience the Air Force Museum in Heber City and be sure to attend the annual Air Show held each summer. Take a short drive up Interstate 80 towards Coalville and its unique history as a farming and entry corridor for mid 1800's westward migration through Utah. Don't miss the Summit County Courthouse Museum, a real treasure of antiques and memorabilia from the Wild West days.