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In this post we share photos from downtown Park City, Utah, the mountainous area just 30 minutes from downtown Salt Lake City most known for skiing, snowboarding and the Sundance Film Festival.
The historic downtown area pays tribute to its heritage as a miner town with placards noting historical moments and buildings while also offering luxury shops, art galleries and boutique restaurants and breweries, many of which are owned and operated by locals.
Situated between Deer Valley Resort and Park City Mountain, downtown Park City is the place to kickstart a summer or winter weekend getaway.
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Park City, Utah Favorites
From five star luxury hotels and resorts, inexpensive motels, privately owned RV parks, working ranches, ski lodges, Airbnbs, camping (Utah offers 300 public campgrounds) and glamping, there are endless possibilities for where to stay.
Our recommendations make note of places with excellent locations that can serve as a starting point for where to look for accommodations.
- Downtown Main Street Hotels: Marriott MountainSide
- Deer Valley Resort Hotel: Goldener Hirsch, Auberge Resorts Collection
- Park City Mountain Hotel: Waldorf Astoria
- Ski Resort Lodging options finder
- Park City Desserts & Coffee (with attached art gallery)
- The Eating Establishment
- Burns Cowboy Shop
- Park City Mercantile
- Hunter Gatherer Park City
- Overland Sheepskin Co
- Olive and Tweed
- 104 Park Ave.: Former miner home
- 121 Park Ave.: St. Mary of the Assumption Church, oldest continuously operating Catholic Church in Utah (1881)
- 139 Park Ave.: One of two remaining two-story T-cottages in Park City
- 206 Park Ave.: 1887 bell tower and former school
- High West’s National Garage: Now High West Distillery and Saloon
- Miner’s Hospital
- Park City Library
- Park City Museum
Sights along Main Street
Sights along Park Avenue
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