Historic Park City Snow Globe Stroll
The first snow globe was a product of an Austrian inventor in 1900. His original intent was to improve the electric lightbulb; instead, he invented a magical winter-themed toy loved by all. Snow Globes evoke all that is whimsical and magical about the holiday season. They often bring irresistible cheer to the viewer as they watch whirling snowflakes dust miniature scenes of winter.
This winter, nine life-sized Snow Globes will line Park City's Main Street, evoking the emblem of winter, a cherished trinket, and gift-shop staple.
Don't try to turn one on its top and give it a light shake. Instead, move closer to our Snow Globes, and the motion sensor will activate the flurries. Inside, you might find animals that live in our mountains and forests, winter athletes, and even hot air balloons. We encourage visits both during the day and night since the globes light from within.
You can start your stroll at the bottom, the top, or the middle, but don't miss a single globe. Download the Snow Globe Stroll Map to follow along.
The Snow Globes are scheduled to be removed on January 3, 2021.