The Park City Museum features interactive and entertaining exhibits that explore the story of our town’s history.
Teachers are welcome to explore the exhibits or visit the Hal Compton Research Library to research our archives. Please call Diane Knispel at 435-574-9554 for questions about our teacher resources.
Curriculum Guides & Lesson Plans
The Park City Museum Education Department offers teacher resources to aid educators in the classroom and other educational environments. We offer full curriculum guides for Elementary and 8th grade science. We also offer lesson plans tailored to our permanent programs and changing gallery programs.
Life of a Miner & His Family
Elementary grade history curriculum. This material is best used in conjunction with our Elementary Grade Field Trip.
Mining & Milling, The Story of Park City
8th grade science curriculum. This material is best used in conjunction with the 8th grade science field trip.
Life of a Miner PowerPoint and Script
These resources are meant for teacher use for any type of schooling. If you have questions about bringing a school group to the Museum, please contact Diane Knispel, Director of Education, at 435-574-9554 or at email@example.com.