The Park City Museum takes visitors from the beginnings of Park City through modern day. The exhibits focus primarily on the mining roots, with an interactive display about the Silver King Mine and the daily operations.
The museum also traces the town through the lull, when mining was failing and the town was nearly abandoned. The idea to break away from years of mining tradition and start a ski resort ended up saving the nearly empty town.
In addition to the public exhibits, the Park City Historical Society maintains the Hal Compton Research Library, where individuals can peruse old documents, books, newspapers and artifacts for themselves.
528 Main Street / PO Box 555
Park City, UT 84060
Museum Hours & Admission Fee
For Park City Museum hours and admission fee please visit www.parkcityhistory.org
Parking is available at various locations near the museum. Main Street parking is metered, while much of the parking on Swede Alley is free of charge, but time-limited.