Visitors to Historic Park City will discover a few new businesses added to the mix this summer, along with some shuffling of existing businesses to new spaces.
At 738 Main Street, we are happy to welcome Atticus Books and Teahouse. Atticus offers tea, coffee or a specialty drinks while you peruse their selection of new and old books or enjoy the Internet with their free Wi-Fi.
Looking to decorate? The Design Shoppe by Park City Designer is a new location at the very top of the street (186 Main Street) for home accents and interior design.
The Rodney Lough Jr Wilderness Collection Gallery opened up in July at 545 Main Street. The photographs are amazing and has become a great addition to the galleries in the District.
Silver Queen Fine Art has moved out of the Silver Queen Hotel and across the street to 577 Main. The front windows filled with bronze frog sculptures that lure your into their space. They are right when they say, “easy to find, but hard to leave.”
Robert Kelly Gallery is making their big move in October to 449 Main Street. The new space will allow them to display a larger selection of pieces for your home, hand-made by expert award-winning craftsmen.
614 Main Street is the new address for the Rocky Mountain Shirt Company. Stop in to pick up a souvenir of your trip to Park City.