Chances are, your trip to Park City will be filled to the brim with unforgettable memories. Our magical mountain city is loaded with fantastic experiences and epic adventures. So you’ll want to pick up a souvenir or two before you go, to remember your Park City holiday. From the classic shops on Main Street to the unique items at The Market— there’s something for every taste and style.
Here are a few of our favorite spots to spend an afternoon browsing and shopping in Park City.
Historic Main Street
Since the 1800s, Main Street has been the place for Park City residents to shop and socialize. No trip to Park City is complete without a stroll down this iconic city street.
La Niche Gourmet and Gift
401 Main Street
If you’re looking for a unique gift with a chic, European flair, look no further than La Niche. Filled with high-end home accessories, there’s also an espresso and gelato bar inside for that perfect late afternoon pick-me-up. Inspired by Provence, you can find cookbooks, wine glasses, dishware, linens, and lots of cool products. Their friendly staff is very helpful, and they also offer delivery.
510 Main Street
Dolly’s Bookstore has been on Main Street for over 30 years— making it a Park City landmark. It’s the perfect place to browse the latest titles and classics. They also have a large assortment of stationery, cards, notebooks, and games. Spend a peaceful day browsing the bookshelves and petting the shop cat.
436 Main Street
This well-established art gallery describes itself as a place where “brilliant artistic vision meets the everyday lives of collectors around the globe.” The impressive selection of artwork at Gallery Mar is constantly changing and providing a refreshing space for new artists to display. The knowledgeable gallery staff also provides services like consultations, site evaluations, and installations.
The Market at Park City
1500 Snow Creek Drive
Technically a grocery store, The Market is a great resource for picking up local souvenirs, too. Their selection of produce, meats, cheeses, breads, and snacks is unparalleled. The store is also bright, clean, well-organized, and simply a joy to shop at.
Try Auntie Em’s baked goods— a local purveyor of small-batch pies and cookies that are out of this world. Their bakery also carries Red Bicycle Bread. You’ll want to try their thin-sliced loaves that the locals affectionately call “crack bread” for its irresistible buttery-popcorn flavor.
Book Direct with Moose Management
Our local staff is here to help you pick the perfect spot for your next trip to Park City. Located close to The Market and a short drive from Main Street, Carriage House 231 is a spacious, 2nd-floor studio that’s tucked into Prospector Square in downtown Park City. Prospector Condos 602 is another perfectly positioned studio that’s close to shopping and dining.
Give us a call or drop us a line, and let’s get started planning your next magical mountain getaway.