Directions &lifier Parking
Situated at 528 Primary Street, the Museum is easily situated across in the Riding On The Bus Center, so catch a totally free inbound bus towards the Transit Center, mix Swede Alley and go into the Museum from Primary Street.
If you're driving, stick to the signs to fit City’s Historic Primary Street, take a look up for that Bell Tower. Compensated parking can be obtained on Primary Street between 11:00 am and eight:00 pm. Free parking having a 4-hour limit will come in Swede Alley parking lots (including directly behind the Museum) as well as in the China Bridge Parking Structure (Levels 1-3) on Swede Alley. All-day, free parking can be obtained on the top from the China Bridge Parking Structure (accessible via Marsac Avenue).
Have a 5 minute tour from the exhibits with Sandra Morrison, Museum Executive Director.
Ease of access
The Park City Museum is ADA accessible. Park on Primary Street or perhaps in a chosen parking place powering the Museum on Swede Alley and enter with the front doorways on Primary Street.
All levels, including lavatories and consuming fountains, are available, using the elevator situated around the east side from the Museum. Inquire in front desk for help.
There's a great deal to see within the Museum. If you'd like to take more time admiring among the art galleries, lightweight stools are for sale to take with you the Museum. This particular service is free of charge. Furthermore, benches around the mezzanine level provide a spot to reflect and relax while consuming the exhibits below.
Useful Hints when Going to the Museum
- We reserve the authority to inspect backpacks, bags, and/or handbags upon entry into and exit in the Museum.
- Drinks and food aren't permitted.
- Camcorders and tripods are prohibited.
- Children under 14 ought to be supported by a grownup.
- You will find many hands-on features in the Museum, however you will find also many original objects. Please observe signs telling site visitors of the amount of interaction in every exhibit and savor historic items by watching instead of touching them.
- Weather: Park City winters are cold and snowy, and summer season are warm. One factor to keep in mind regardless of the months are the altitude: at 7Thousand ft within the Wasatch Mountain tops, the sun's rays can give you unpredicted sunburns. Bring comfortable footwear or boots, water and sun block!
Children can develop a “Park City History Detectives” activity, that will guide them with the exhibits and offers everyone with a method to search much deeper into Park City’s past. The game could be acquired in front desk.