Which museums are located near Waldorf Astoria Park City?

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Park City’s main museums are a short drive away from Waldorf Astoria Park City. The recently renovated and expanded Park City Museum is dedicated to preserving, promoting and protecting the city’s history and heritage, with interesting exhibits and displays telling the story of Park City’s beginnings as a mining town and its transformation into a world-renowned recreational playground. The museum regularly hosts traveling exhibits, while highlights of the permanent exhibits include the world’s only skier subway and a 1926 fire truck. If you want to learn more about historic Main Street during your visit to the luxury Park City hotel, secure a spot on one of the museum’s Main Street Walking Tours.
 
The nonprofit Kimball Art Center, located in the heart of Park City’s historic arts community, hosts a diverse assortment of works from international, national and local artists in its three galleries. The center also hosts a variety of community events worth looking into, including art talks, festivals and gallery strolls. To get more details, chat up the concierge at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star hotel.

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