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Bars & Nighlife​​
Park City was one of the few Utah towns established by non-Mormons. During the mining boom, 27 saloons existed on Park City's Main Street to "whet the whistles" of thirsty miners. Today the late-night scene in downtown Park City is as good as ever, but, be warned, getting up early for fresh turns on the corduroy gets a lot harder after spending a late night in one of the buzzing night clubs in Park City. 



Gallery Stroll

Over twenty art galleries await visitors throughout Park City’s Historic District and beyond. This picturesque mountain town will surprise and delight the most seasoned art collector with the caliber of work to be found curating artists from all over the world.  Unique to Park City, most of the galleries are within walking distance, so park the car or take public transit to town and wander as you delight in our diverse gallery scene.

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Over twenty art galleries await visitors throughout Park City’s Historic District and beyond. This picturesque mountain town will surprise and delight the most seasoned art collector with the caliber of work to be found curating artists from all over the world.  Unique to Park City, most of the galleries are within walking distance, so park the car or take public transit to town and wander as you delight in our diverse gallery scene.

Restaurants

Park City has more restaurants per capita than any other city in the United States and over the past 10 years has become a vacation destination for "Foodies" from around the world. With over 100 restaurants, guests enjoy a sophisticated dining scene and can choose from a variety of cuisines including Thai, French, Italian, Southwestern, Continental, American and Asian Freestyle.

Main Street is where more than 95 percent of all visitors to Park City pass at some point during their stay. In the late 1800's the first merchants set up shops to cover the basic needs of pioneering prospectors who stumbled in soon after the Civil War and found a fortune in silver.  Today, Old Town is a lively gathering place for locals and tourists alike. Restaurants, galleries and swanky boutiques fill historic buildings that once housed saloons and boarding houses, and a couple of resident ghosts are rumored to inhabit some old buildings now renovated into B&Bs.  During the day, shoppers stay busy browsing in Main Street boutiques carrying clothing, ski gear, antiques, and jewelry, and bookstores and cafes offer quiet places to watch the world go by. When the sun goes down, plenty of clubs and wine bars guarantee a lively nightlife.