With so many activities and attractions, trying to plan the finer details for a Park City vacation can be a huge task. Here are our local favorites and recommendations on where to eat, where to play, and what to see.
Enjoy some of the best dining in the country, from world-class gourmet cuisine to pizza and burgers. Many of Park City’s restaurants and nightclubs are located in the heart of Old Town on Main Street. Enjoy a fun stroll to peruse our eateries and make your selection. There are also several dining options in Prospector Square and at Kimball Junction, both accessible on the free town bus. Whether you are in the mood for Asian, European, American, Mexican/Southwestern, Italian, or other taste combinations, you are sure to find something to please your palate in Park City.
Spas & Wellness
After a full day on the ski slopes or mountain bike trails, pamper yourself with a well-earned massage in one of Park City’s incredible spas. Whether you prefer the tranquility of a spa location or the privacy of your own vacation rental, try out one of our local spas to cap off your perfect vacation day. Guests of Park City Lodging, Inc. receive special discounts from Massage Express & Now and Zen, who both provide the comfort and convenience of in-room massage treatments. Other Spa and Wellness services are available at a variety of locations throughout Park City.
From apres ski to after hours, Park City’s restaurants, clubs and entertainment venues offer visitors plenty of options for nightlife. Over 100 restaurants offer options from casual pub fare to world class dining. Park City’s dining scene has received praise for its talented local chefs and restaurants from prominent food critics. Night owls will want to check out the pubs, clubs and wine bars lining historic Main Street for action after dark. Dance the night away, share a Polygamy Porter or other local brew at a fun pub or sample organic and boutique wines from extensive lists at one of Park City’s intimate wine bars.
Park City is home to the Kimball Arts Festival, an array of performing arts and concerts, various art classes and a large assortment of art galleries. On the last Friday of every month, enjoy the Park City Gallery Stroll, a free community event that gives locals and Park City visitors alike the opportunity to enjoy light refreshments and educational overviews while exploring Park City’s art galleries. This activity takes place 6:00-9:00 PM on the last Friday of each month.
Park City offers unique museums and tours that give visitors insights into Park City’s past. Explore Park City’s colorful mining and ski history at the newly renovated Park City Museum, located at 528 Main Street, in the heart of the historic Old Town district. If you like ghost stories, don’t miss the 75-minute guided tour with Park City Ghost Tours to learn about the “haunted” buildings in the historic district. The Joe Quinney Winter Sports Center at the Utah Olympic Park is home to the Alf Engen Ski Museum which features films, interactive exhibits and displays, and Olympic memorabilia that highlight Park City’s long involvement in winter sports. Learn more about Historical Attractions by clicking here.
Tours & Experiences
To truly understand Park City, visitors should check out our museums, gallery tours, whiskey and culinary tours at least once during their stay. Park City is a little town with a lot to explore. Our partners at Park City Food Tours will give you a fun tour of Park City’s historic Main Street with a culinary twist. Looking for a unique way to explore Park City’s Mining History? Escape Room Park City offers four different experiences for guests to enjoy, including The Mine Trap!
Park City and the surrounding area offers live music almost every night of the week in a multitude of settings and locations. Just 16 miles outside Park City, the DeJoria Center’s world-class facilities and scenic location in the Uinta foothills make it one of the best venues for concerts in Utah. State-of-the-art lighting and sound technology bring Utah concerts to life on our beautiful 1,100-acre High Star Ranch.
A not to miss Park City attraction. Today, the Mary G. Steiner Egyptian Theatre hosts a variety of theatre, comedy, musical acts, special events, community functions and more. The Egyptian Theatre continues to function as a landmark venue on Park City’s Main Street while retaining the distinctive flavor of years gone by, much like Park City itself.