late June through August
Put on your walking shoes and explore Historic Main Street! Learn the architecture, people, and notable events of Park City’s unique history, from the mining boomtown to world class ski resort. Walking Tours run during the summer months only.
Weather permitting, tours leave the Park City Museum (528 Main Street) Monday-Friday at 2:00 p.m., June 24th through August 31st. Cost is $7 per person or $15 for a walking tour/Museum admission combo ticket. The tour lasts one hour and fifteen minutes and is most appropriate for ages 13 and up. Please arrive 10 minutes early, wear comfortable walking shoes, bring water, and wear sun protection. There is no tour on July 4th or August 3rd (Kimball Arts Festival). Please call 435-649-7457 ext. 136 to make a reservation as tours book quickly. Groups of more than nine people need to make reservations at least three weeks in advance. See information listed below under private tours.
Special private tours may be arranged for groups of ten or more people wishing to do the tour at a different date and time. Price for private tours cost $8 per person for just a walking tour and $15 for a walking tour/Museum admission combo ticket. To arrange a time, please call Diane Knispel at 435-649-7457, ext 102 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
NEW! Walking Tours of Historic Park Avenue. Come join Jan Jaworski on July 25th, August 8th, or August 22nd from 11:00 a.m.-12:15 p.m. on a tour of historic Park Avenue. Learn about the churches, homes, and architecture of one of Park City’s oldest streets. Please call to reserve a spot as space is limited. Please bring comfortable walking shoes, a water bottle, and wear sunscreen. Tours will happen weather permitting and begin at the Park City Museum. Tours are $7 per person. Please contact Diane Knispel at 435-649-7457 ext. 102 or email@example.com for more information.
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