How to Donate A Historic Object
Every year Parkites entrust family treasures - photographs, diaries, letters, yearbooks and other mementos - to the Park City Museum. Sometimes these items need special care after years in the attic or cellar.
Why are these antiques worth keeping? It is the stories that transform a dusty shoebox of photographs into a priceless collection. The Museum's job is to preserve and protect these photos and objects as keys to our past. When was the last time you looked in your attic?
Our collections reflect the history of Park City and the surrounding unincorporated communities (Snyderville Basin, Kimball Junction, Keetley, Mayflower). You'd be surprised the stories these items tell about our history!