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Discover Park City's history at the Park City Museum on Historic Main Street. Prospectors discovered silver in 1868 in the area that soon after became Park City. Mine owners made fortunes, while thousands of miners simply made a living. After silver...more
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Really nice museum. I recommend. It sits on top of the original Park City jail and you can go down to see it. Lots of silver mining artifacts. $12 for adults. Small museum, but plenty to see. It does have an elevator.
Spent a couple hours at the Park City Museum and loved it! Went on a Saturday afternoon in October and it was calm and quiet. I was the only visitor for about 30 min which was awesome.
Lots of great displays and some fun interactive...More
Park City started off as a mining town, and the explanations of the millionaires that were created as a result of these mines are interesting. Of note is the fact that the museum acknowledges the contributions of the many diverse groups who also helped create...More
From street, museum looks small. Adult fee is $12. Does have three levels and is still small, but concise. I came out with a better understanding of old mining towns. I have visited many California gold Rush towns along the Mother Lode, and this fits...More
A gem located in the center of Park City historic district. The museum covers the history of Park City and life in the area. Gives a good picture of life in the mines and the people that worked there-well worth a visit. I particularly enjoyed...More
I had peaked in the museum the previous day and decided against going in - it seemed a bit small and we had to pay an entrance fee. After looking at the positive reviews on Trip Advisor, we decided to visit the following day. What...More