This unique gallery showcases a variety of temporary exhibits throughout the year, featuring national exhibits from the Smithsonian and other renown institutions to locally curated topics that hit abit closer to home. From an interactive children’s exhibit to a show of political cartoons, you never know what you might find in the Tozer Gallery next!
The variety of these special exhibits allows both residents and visitors to discover and learn more about different people, experiences, geographies, lifestyles and times in our country’s history and beyond. We strive to stimulate conversations and to open minds, to show the contrasts between the expected and the unexpected, to educate about the nostalgic and the often stark realities. Many of the traveling exhibitions have been adapted from exhibitions found in some of our nation’s most prestigious museums, and provide a way for our community and visitors to experience our nation’s rich heritage, objects and images that would otherwise not be available locally.
The Tozer Gallery was made possible during the 2009 Park City Museum redevelopment thanks to a generous grant from Jim and Zibby Tozer.
In 1965, 16-year-old Doug Keister acquired 280 glass plate negatives, originally found at a local garage sale. He immediately made prints from some of the plates, revealing powerful, early 20th-century …