Things To Do
Guests are invited to experience best-in-class brunch in Park City. Tastes as bold and breathtaking as the surrounding mountain views. With its expansive wrap-around deck, this luxurious environment offers seasonally inspired menus ranging from traditional Norwegian cuisine to American classics - all created by a highly acclaimed culinary team upholding award-winning standards with every dish.
A family-friendly wintertime destination for thrilling snow tubing in Park City fun! With seven lanes, 1,200 feet of track, and two conveyor lifts to take guests back up the hill; this experience will provide a great time. Guests can tube all day and into the night as the track is lit. Reservations are highly recommended; tickets cost $40-$70 per guest aged 4+.
For the thrill-seekers out there, check out the Alpine Slide at Park City Mountain Resort - one of the world's longest slides! At 3,000+ feet in length and featuring luge-like thrills, it will be an unforgettable experience. To add variety to the adventure, guests ride up on the PayDay chairlift for a scenic journey before hitting top speeds down the slide. The alpine park is open from 11 am until 6 pm every day during the summer and fall seasons.
Park Silly Sunday Market is a beloved 16-year tradition that has helped foster over 150 small businesses and welcomed more than 2 million visitors. Offering free "CommUnity Elements," Park Silly's unique weekly event provides an interactive platform to come together with featured vendors, non-profit organizations, sustainable issue groups, musicians, and performers.
Unlock a realm of creative possibilities inside this 9,000-square-foot art space featuring a gallery and more! Children and adults can discover an array of community events and educational offerings - inspiring creativity through these opportunities. Classes are offered Tuesday to Sunday from this renowned organization dedicated to fostering artistic appreciation in Park City's culture.
Since the Salt Lake 2002 Winter Olympic Games, Park City has been home to the sprawling and dynamic 400-acre facility of Utah Olympic Park. This iconic venue offers a unique selection of experiences for winter sports enthusiasts - including one of only four sliding tracks in North America, as well as six Nordic ski jumps. The park houses a museum honoring the famed games and is also designated an official USOC Training Site. Whether joining in adventure activities or browsing the museum, visitors can be sure that their experience here will leave them with everlasting memories!