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Park City is a popular ski destination, as well as the location of many Sundance Film Festival screenings.
It's full of good restaurants and bars. I'm fond of visiting in the summer, when the streets are relatively
uncrowded and the air is 10 degrees cooler than in Salt Lake City.
Park City is a small town. Main Street is where most of the shopping, eating, and drinking takes place.
However, this one little street is densely packed.
The Old Jail
This jail, considered state-of-the-art when it opened in 1885, was in use until 1964. Even though Park City
feels like a loose and free place, one of the wall plaques (pictured below) reminds you that you're still in
Park City Historical Society and Museum
This museum shows Park City's roots as a silver mining town, with an impresive array of tunnels beneath. The
museum also leads to the old jail (above).
Eve Andersson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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