Each June, we celebrate history with the Annual Historic Home Tour!
Join the Park City Museum as we showcase some of Park City’s most beautiful and interesting historic homes for this one-day only special event. Discover how today’s residents make creative use of these small historic miners’ cottages.
The 2019 Historic Home Tour will take place on Saturday June 15, 2019 from 10am to 3pm and explore twelve restored historic homes on Woodside and Park Avenues.
This year’s tour includes twelve restored historic homes on Park Avenue and Woodside Avenue. Four of the homes were restored by Barbara Kuhr and John Plunkett, Plunkett+Kuhr Designers between 1998 and 2013:
561 Park (yellow) 1998: The Browning Residence.
557 Park (blue) 2009: Plunkett and Kuhr residence.
553 Park (green) 2013: Private residence.
564 Woodside (red) 2000: P+K design studio
Along with the sculpture called “Chinook” by artist Deborah Butterfield, 2008, located in the beautiful garden in between the homes.
Tour headquarters will be at the Town Lift Plaza, 825 Main Street. For more information call the Museum at 435-649-7457.
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