The Kimball Art Museum is a nonprofit community art center that opened in 1976.
The Kimball Art Museum is a nonprofit community art center that opened in 1976. Known for their educational outreach programs and bringing top exhibitions to Park City, the museum is committed to furthering access of the visual arts for the community. For a quieter family experience, come to the museum, which is free and open to the public year-round, and view the many exhibitions. Past exhibitions include Left to the Elements, The Art of the Brick, and Art In Action.
Thrill seekers will feel the rush on Utah’s only Alpine Coaster.
Thrill seekers will feel the rush on Utah’s only Alpine Coaster. Different from an alpine slide, the coaster is like a theme park roller coaster, with a track, instead of a slide, but with a much better mountain view. The track is elevated and winds through more than one mile and of loops, curves, and hairpin turns. You will reach speeds of up to 30 miles per hour on the journey downhill in the toboggan-style cars.
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Explore more than 7,000 acres of open lands during a Deer Valley-operated Summit Meadows Adventures guided snowmobile tour. Located just five miles from Park City’s Main Street on Garff Ranch, enjoy a fun family day on one of 47 snowmobiles in the fleet. Drivers must be 16 or older, and there is a maximum of two people per machine. Choose between a one-, two-, or three-hour tour with lunch.
Spend a summer afternoon on the Monkido ropes course where you'll navigate suspended bridges and hanging logs.
Year round visitors can take a Ziptrek tour along the treetops at Whistler. If you’re in town for the summer, try the family-friendly Monkido course, an aerial adventure course in the treetops that progressively gets more challenging and higher as the participant goes. The course takes about two and a half hours and is open to children 7-years-old and up.