Deep below today’s 11,000 acres of skiable terrain, the Silver King mine was once home to one of the richest sliver strikes in the West. The old miners may be long gone but their culture and stories still influence Park City’s historically charming Main Street. Today’s riches are measured by Utah’s incredibly light powder, a vibrant artistic scene, an intellectually stimulating community, culinary experiences that rival any metropolitan city, and endless outdoor pursuits from skiing to mountain biking.
Bursting with charm and artistic energy, Park City has become a treasure trove for fine art lovers and the Park City Gallery Association now boasts seventeen members who host regular showings and monthly gallery strolls. Each winter for forty-three years Park City plays host to the Sundance Film Festival, the largest independent film festival in the United States. From shopping and dining on historic Main Street to taking in live shows at the Egyptian Theater and participating in the local independent Park City Film Series, Park City isn’t lacking for cultural pursuits.