Spending time in Park City, Utah is always a treat for travelers. If you’re fortunate enough to have three days to spare here in the name of fun, there’s a long list of sightseeing opportunities that you won’t want to miss. Whether you’re one for flavor, outdoor adventure, museums, or something in between, Park City is packed with options for customizing your stay according to your personal travel style. Consider this your sightseeing journey guide to Park City the next time you’re in town.
Day 1: Parks and Historic Stops
Begin your day on a fulfilling note by making time for breakfast at Five5eeds. This popular eatery in Park City is loved by locals and visitors alike thanks to its hip vibe and Australian take on morning fare. This is a great place to dine if you like to start the day on a healthy note and you can’t go wrong with the waffles, crumbed chook, or the avocado toast selections. You’ll find Five5eeds at 1600 Snow Creek Drive.
Enjoy the Park
After breakfast, make your way to the iconic Utah Olympic Park where you’ll spend quality time exploring with family and friends. The park hosts a variety of free museums to check out that showcase Olympic history. If you’re heading to Park City with little ones, you won’t want to miss out on time at the on-site Discovery Zone which has obstacle courses to try. There’s a zipline at the park and options to book guided visits if you’re looking to learn more about this beloved Park City destination.
Fuel up with Flavor
Once you’ve had your fill of park-based fun, it’s time to enjoy lunch at Drafts Burger Bar. Found at 3000 Canyons Resort Drive, Drafts Burger Bar is an inviting gastropub where visitors have access to more than 50 global beer selections. The menu options range from mouthwatering burgers and wings to delectable fries to top it all off. You won’t want to leave without trying one of their decadent milkshakes too.
Explore Historic Downtown
When lunch is done, it’s time to explore historic downtown Park City. This area is known and loved for its array of boutique shops, restaurants, galleries, and architecture that speaks to the days when Park City was a silver mining town. In total, the historic district here is 9 blocks long and there’s a trolley that can take you to the top of the row which sits at 6,900 feet in elevation. Be sure to check out the Park City Museum at 528 Main Street while you’re in the area.
Savor a Delightful Dinner
This evening, dine in style at Apex at Montage Deer Valley. This is a signature restaurant where you’ll want to dress your best and have a reservation in place in advance. You’ll have access to a delightful menu featuring continental cuisine and stunning mountain views to match. The service is top-notch, and the delicious dishes often showcase local ingredients.
Day 2 Tours and Scenic Drives
The second day of your sightseeing in Park City starts at High Vibes Juicery & Wellness Bar. This is a great place to grab a morning smoothie and fuel up for a day of fun ahead. You’ll find High Vibes Juicery at 1800 Prospector Avenue.
Take a Distillery Tour
Once you’re feeling ready to head out, make your way to the High West Distillery and spend time taking a tour of an impressive, if not flavorful, Park City production facility. You can book an official tasting session for after the tour if you choose but either way, you’re going to learn a lot and leave feeling refreshed.
Lunch at Park City Roadhouse
For lunch, you’re going to want to enjoy a meal in good company at Park City Roadhouse. This eatery is great for locally sourced dishes and provides Wasatch Mountain views throughout. Don’t overlook their robust handcrafted cocktail list as well!
Drive Guardsman Pass Scenic Byway
Day two is the day for making the most of amazing views and there’s no better place for that than the Guardsman Pass Scenic Byway. This 14-mile drive takes you into the Wasatch Mountain Range with plenty of pullovers for pictures along the way. There’s a good chance you’ll spot wildlife as you drive and if you happen to be traveling here in the fall, the changing colors are absolutely breathtaking.
Enjoy a Meal at Overlook Restaurant
Tonight, dress your best and enjoy a luxurious fine dining experience at Overlook Restaurant. A savory menu is paired with floor-to-ceiling windows in the dining room offering up mountain views at Deer Valley. The impressive menu of options is only rivaled by their global wine list. On Fridays and Saturdays, you’ll find live music is typically on the lineup here as well.
Day 3 A New View and Artistic Inspiration
The last day of your sightseeing journey begins at The Eating Establishment for breakfast. Located at 317 Main Street, this eatery is a great place for hot cakes, omelets, and hot coffee too.
Get a New Perspective on It All
After breakfast, treat yourself to a new view on all things Park City by booking a hot air balloon tour that gives you a bird’s eye vantage point on stunning terrain. It’s hard to top the mountains, valleys, and waterways as viewed from above.
Lunch at Honeycomb Grill
Once you’re back on the ground, make your way to the Honeycomb Grill to enjoy a home-style meal in a comfortable and welcoming setting. Honeycomb Grill has great steaks and pasta options and a wine list that’s sure to satisfy.
Indulge in the Arts
Enjoy your afternoon at the Kimball Art Center which is located mere blocks off Main Street. Here, you can browse unique exhibits, participate in an art class, and check out the great gift shop on-site as well.
Dinner at Escala Provisions Company
Treat yourself to a savory moment at Escala Provisions Company on your last evening in Park City. The menu here features a creative take on modern American favorites at the hands of Chef Peter. Valet parking is available, and you’ll want to be sure to check out the signature cocktail menu while enjoying live music.
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