Park City, UT

The Park City Museum Provides History of The Area

S. F. Mori

It's a good place to visit and learn
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Located on the historic Main Street in Park City, Utah, is the Park City Museum. This is a place where visitors may learn about the history of Park City. The address is 528 Main Street.

The Park City Historical Society was established in 1981. It was a great success and later became the Park City Museum. It is a popular attraction in Park City which draws more than 130,000 visitors each year.

Admission prices for the Park City Museum are: Adults $15, Seniors 65+, students, and military $11, children 7-17 $5, children 6 and under free. There are various membership categories, and museum members have free admission.

Because they want people to learn about what the museum offers, there are free days generally once a month on a Saturday when people can come with their families without paying an admission fee. Visiting the website and checking under events will show the free days. The upcoming free days are February 18 and March 18, 2023.

The museum features permanent exhibits which tell the history of Park City. They also have some exhibits which are changing and temporary. They have a research library, historical photographs, archival collections, oral histories, Park City timeline, and a museum store among other features.
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Visiting Park City is a treat. Most tourists and locals who live in the area or in other parts of Utah enjoy strolling down Main Street where there are many restaurants and shops.

The Park City Museum offers people the chance to become educated about the area and to learn the history of what was once an almost deserted mining town but which has become a major tourist attraction in the United States.

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