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When was the last time you explored Historic Park City?

We like to say Historic Park City is the heart and soul of our mountain town. Bordered by Park City Mountain on one side and Deer Valley Resort on the other, Historic Park City is home to over 200 unique businesses including 26 galleries, 99 boutiques, 76 bars and restaurants, and offers nightly entertainment.

“Fall in Park City is a bit of a secret season,” says Michael Barille, Executive Director for the Historic Park City Alliance. “The weather can be beautiful in October and November, and there are fewer visitors in town giving those who visit the town to themselves. We invite you to explore to Main Street for a taste of what’s new and a visit to old favorites.”

The majority of Historic Park City businesses are independently owned and operated, although a few nationally recognized brands can be found on Historic Main Street. Some merchants have been on the street for 50+ years while others have just opened their doors. Packed full of entertainment, culture, fashion, food, and drink; it’s pretty safe to say a good time will be had.

In addition to the variety of boutiques, galleries, restaurants and entertainment offerings on Historic Main Street, the district has an assortment of events through the shoulder season.

Calendar of Events

October 20 -21 Mason Jennings at the Egyptian Theatre
October 26-28 Chris Hillman & Herb Pedersen with John Jorgenson at the Egyptian Theatre
October 27 Last Friday Gallery Stroll
October 31 Halloween on Main Street
November 3 – 4   Stand-up Comedy at Egyptian Theatre
November 4 Live PC, Give PC at High West Distillery
November 10   Live PC Give PC 
November 10-11  Ririe – Woodbury Dance Company at the Egyptian Theatre
November 14  Local’s Free Day at the PC History Museum
November 18   KPCW Music Crawl 
Through October 30 American Impressionist Society Juried Exhibition at Montgomery Lee Fine Art
Through November 5 Halloween themed Escape Room at Escape Room Park City
November 8 Boots & Brows at Mary Jane’s
Beginning November 11 The Way We Worked at the Park City Museum