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Arts & Museums
Located inside the Utah Olympic Park, the museum has a free entry for all those who have paid to enter the park. Dedicated to the man who was named Utah's Athlete of the 20th Century, Alf Engen was a skiing legend who shaped the ski culture and won many races over the years. The museum has many interactive features including a chance to take simulated ski run from the 2002 Winter Olympics. The video and sound will make you feel like a champion!
Coda Gallery showcases talent from both established and new artists. There are two other branches: one in New York and one in Palm Desert, California. The types of art on display at the Park City gallery include original paintings, blown glass, sculptures of stone and metal, and crafts.
Held on the last Friday of each month, the many Park City Main Street galleries open their doors in unison to the general public. Visitors are enticed into viewing the new offerings of the area's galleries with late hours and free refreshments. Participating galleries have artists on hand to answer questions and salespeople standing by to accept checks. The galleries remain open on these nights from 6p-8p. Call the Kimball Arts Center for more information.
This non-profit organization celebrates the visual arts with gallery exhibits, adult education programs, art workshops, and cultural seminars. While all ages participate in most of the center's programs, adults benefit from six-week adult education programs including courses on drawing, jewelry, ceramics, and clay sculpting. Kids get creative during Fun Friday workshops, where instructors teach a variety of specialty classes for youngsters. Bring your children here for a fun learning experience.
Located right in the heart of the bustling city of Park City is Gallery MAR which displays abstract and unusual artworks. Modern and contemporary art dominate the spaces and walls. Non-commercial artists are especially encouraged by the gallery which is patronized by amateur as well as seasoned collectors.
Park City has a wide well of talent in the arts, something that the owners of this establishment is well aware of. THis location couples the best works in the local arts community with a distinctly warm ambiance. Visitors can peruse the home-grown talent adorning the walls, while sharing in the owner's enthusiasm for quality art. Select art works are available for purchase.
Located on Main Street in the old City Hall Building, this small museum offers an outstanding display documenting the city's past. Here, guests see life-sized mock-ups of a pioneer carriage, a local mine shaft and a radio booth before heading downstairs to see the stark, damp cells of the old city jail. Visitors should be sure to examine the informative historical panorama describing Park City fires and should stock up on brochures and other printed information before exiting.
The New Elizabeth Stewart Treehouse Museum, also known as Treehouse Children's Museum, is a fun museum for children that has several exhibits, programs, workshops, activities and events for children. The exhibits are catered to educate and mold children's knowledge and imagination.
Hill Aerospace Museum offers more than 50 aircraft in both indoor and outdoor displays. These displays range from the first U.S. military trainer (a bi-wing Stearman) to the ultra-modern SR-71 Blackbird. Favorite exhibits also include a flight simulator, missiles and a smattering of aviation-oriented artwork. Visitors should keep their eyes to the sky while outside the facility; four squadrons of F-16 Vipers call Hill Air Force base home, and the fighters can frequently be seen roaring off toward their training grounds. The staff will answer questions.
The Cache Museum in the city of Logan comprises of artifacts from the region and showcases the life of the Mormon settlement in the area from 1859 to 1899. The museum comprises pioneer furniture, clothing and kitchenware as well as guns and musical instruments.
American West Heritage Center in the town of Logan is spread across 160 acres and is dedicated to preserving the history of the region of Old West from 1820 to 1920. Besides, it also hosts the annual Baby Animal Day and Fall Harvest Festival which attracts number of people from across the state.
The Natural History Museum of Utah embarks you on a journey into the natural world offering extensive collections of biological, archaeological and anthropological documentations, archives and articles. It also offers exhibits specific to the Great Basin and Colorado Plateau, and is a center for information on variety of subjects. Located at the University of Utah, the Museum is educational as well as entertaining for adults and children alike with impressive, interactive displays. Their biology collection includes more than 300,000 species of mammals, vertebrates, birds, insects as well as seeds while the geological collection boats of more than 50,000 minerals, rocks and fossils. These collections are carefully exhibited in the the Cooper Hall of Anthropology, Earth science galleries, Norton Hall of Minerals, Life science halls and the Dumke Gallery. In addition, the museum is an address to the fascinating Quinney Dinosaur Discovery Hall. Special statewide outreach programs include curriculum kits for teachers, field trips, guided tours and natural history classes.