You’ll Never Run out of Things to do in Park City

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Real Estate Agent with Berkshire Hathaway

Park City has become a very active and vibrant community, offering a wealth of activities that appeal to everyone’s tastes.

 

Not only does Park City offer great restaurants, art festivals, film festivals, world-class theater, and Olympic events, it also boasts several nice art galleries as well. In Park City, you can spend an entire day touring art galleries, listening to performing artists, and attending art festivals on a year-round basis.

 

In Park City, you can attend world-class events like the Sundance Film Festival. This year, the film festival celebrates its 30th Anniversary, and this year’s lineup includes some diverse and provocative films that you won’t see anywhere else. But if you miss the film festival, you can always catch a play or live performance at the Egyptian theater. Ballet West performs there on a regular basis.

 

Just when you think you’re running out of things to do, Park City also hosts a myriad of independent film screenings, live plays, gallery exhibits, and world-class ski events. If you’re a spectator rather than a skier, Park City hosts freestyle skiing championships, world cups, and several other Olympic qualifying events. Park City hosted the 2002 Winter Games, and since then, the resort continues to host world ski events each year. This year, Park City hosted the 2014 FIS Freestyle World Cup at Deer Valley, as a qualifying event for the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.

 

Park City Arts Festival

 

The folks in Park City realize that not everyone is into skiing, and each year

Park City celebrates one of the largest Arts Festival in the Western United States. On August 1-3, 2014, Park City welcomes you to the 44th Annual Kimball Arts Festival. This year’s event will host over 220 exhibits, and you can also participate in a lot of other activities that same weekend.

 

If you miss the festival, you can always take a quick stroll up and down Park City’s historic Main Street, where you can browse some of the city’s quaint shops and galleries. You can still experience some of the replica from the late 1800’s, when Park City was a silver mining town, where it’s always interesting to catch a first-hand glimpse of days gone by.

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