Arts

The Evolution of Park City's Vibrant Arts & Culture Scene

Tracing our town's century-long transformation from mining outpost to a high-altitude center for the arts.

06/18/2018 By Tina Stahlke Lewis

Museums

Get Lost in the Curious Collections of Utah's Lesser Known Museums

Utah’s backstory, told through the eyes of those with a passion for everything from antique trucks and Old West films to firearms and taxidermy.

06/18/2018 By Jill Adler

Local Lore

Step Back (And Down) Into Time at the Park City Museum's Dungeon

The town's original territorial jail was no joke during the mining era.

05/07/2018 By Michaela Wagner

Local Lore

How Higher Ground Breathed New Life Into a Park City Landmark

The storied history of the Mid-Mountain Lodge.

12/15/2017 By Larry Warren

Local Lore

The Center of Everything

Where Parkites once gathered to make Park City, Park City

11/22/2017 By Tina Stahlke Lewis

Things To Do

A Free Day at the Museum

Check out all the permanent displays and the new exhibit "The Way We Worked" on November 14 when Park City Museum offers free admission.

11/09/2017 By Michaela Wagner

Local Lore

The Evolution of Mountain Biking in Park City

A brief history of mountain biking in Park City, from rogue trail building and the Tour des Suds to Gold Level Ride Center.

06/13/2017 By Thomas Cooke

Dining

Dine with a Ghost at Riverhorse Provisions

Familiar new owners revive the Imperial Hotel as an Old Town staple.

12/14/2016 By Melissa Fields

Local Lore

Old Town Steward

The life and times of one of Park City’s most curious buildings, the National Garage

01/01/2016 By Tina Stahlke Lewis

Local Lore

Steel Wheels

Rails—for better and worse—were essential in building Park City, and may be once again.

01/01/2015 By Larry Warren

Local Lore

Home on the Range

An eyewitness account of life at Park City’s most iconic symbol, the McPolin Barn

06/01/2014 By Jay Meehan

Word About Town

Historic Harvest

Local home brewers walk in the footsteps of ghosts.

06/01/2014 By Austen Diamond

Parting Shot

Jump Start

Though fashions, boards, and gear may change through the years, most skiers’ desire to catch air never seems to wane, as attested by this photo, taken in Par...

01/01/2013

Local Lore

Moving Mountains

How the historic Silver King Boarding House was literally hauled into the future.

06/01/2012

Dept. of the Interior

Step Inside

Park City's summer home tours are all about inspiration and innovation.

06/01/2012 By Tina Stahlke Lewis

What To Do

The Best of Summer in Park City

Take some advice from longtime local icons on their summer picks for the best Park City has to offer during our green season.

06/01/2012 By Renèe Huang

History

Horse Tales

Park City enjoys horse history of its own.

06/01/2012 By Leslie Miller

Parting Shot

Everything Old is New Again

See one of Park City's most iconic photographs

01/01/2012

Theater

Staging a Comeback

The show still goes on at Park City’s historic Egyptian Theatre.

01/01/2012 By Terry Moffit

History

From Mines to Main Street

A short history of Park City real estate

01/01/2012 By Tina Stahlke Lewis