What is the best shopping in Park City?

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There are two shopping hot spots in Park City: Historic Main Street and the Kimball Junction/Tanger Outlet area. Main Street is lined with eclectic boutiques, art galleries, restaurants and bars, selling everything from hip clothing to Western antiques to New Age jewelry. If you’re window-shopping on Main Street, grab a chocolate-and-caramel-covered apple at the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory or a cup of coffee at Java Cow to fuel your explorations.

For brand-name bargains, head to Park City’s popular outlet mall, the Tanger Outlets at Kimball Junction. Tanger houses more than 60 factory stores for brands like Coach, J.Crew, BCBGMaxAzria, and Nike. Watch out for crowds during the holidays and back-to-school season.

Susan Kime

Just as there's great skiing in and around Park City, there is great shopping also, and on all levels: high end, mid-level and quite artistic/funky. The shopping areas, in general, are on Park City's Historic Main Street, in the Kimball Junction, and the Prospector Square neighborhoods, all within minutes of downtown. There is also the Tanger Outlet Mall, located right off Interstate 80, a few miles outside of Park City. Here are some favorites:


O.C Tanner
Fine, exclusive watches, jewelry and crystal gathered from around the world, lines include Rolex, Patek Phillip, Cartier, David Yurman, Picchiotti, Baccarat and Lalique, just to name a few.

Designs by Knight
Designs by Knight Custom Designed Jewelry. Graduate Gemologist. Estate jewelry, diamonds and colored stones. 14K & 18K & platinum.

Crosby Collection
Native American Jewelry, Pueblo Pottery, Navajo Rugs, Hopi Kachinas, Zuni Fetishes; Antique to Contemporary.

Southwestern Expressions
Southwestern & Western-style home furnishings & accessories. Contemporary Southwestern silver and gold jewelry.


Burns Cowboy Shop
Shoppers can personalize their wardrobe from head to toe with hats, exotic leather boots, tailored shirts, fine leather outerwear, belts, buckles in their Custom Design Shop.  Each product is handcrafted from the finest artisans. Family owned and operated, serving the western lifestyle since 1876.

Mary Jane’s
Mary Jane's is, by word-of-mouth,  one of the hottest boutiques on Park City's Main Street. It features women's shoes, accessories and clothing from on trend designers, locally and nationally.

Originally selling sweaters for men and women, now offering a wide range of clothing and accessories with unique attention to details. Specializing in quality natural fabrics and "off the beaten path" designers.

Paisley Pomegranate
Unique local art, furniture, home accents, jewelry, fresh blooms and a children’s corner.

Panache Park City
After 31 years of providing the residents and visitors of Sun Valley, ID, with the latest fashion trends, Panche has recently expanded to Park City. Offering contemporary women's clothing by Brunello Cucinelli, Current/Elliott, Diane von Furstenburg, Elizabeth and James, Equiptment, Goldsign, Haute Hippie, Henry Cuir, Mille, Mother, TSE and Thomas Wylde.

Tanger Outlets
Over 60 brand name outlet stores located six miles north of Park City on SR 224. From I-80, take Kimball Junction exit #145, turn west on Ute Blvd. 

Miscellaneous, but worthwhile:

Mountain Town Olive Oil
This is a specialty store that features over 40 different flavors of olive oil and vinegars from around the world. There are truly unusual tastes here, that range from a chocolate balsamic, a basil or Tuscan Herb Olive oil, to an 18 years old Balsamic Vinegar.

This is a well-known audio technology company whose headquarters are in Park City. Skullcandy designs headphones, mp3 player watches, audio accessories and other audio-enabled lifestyle products. The company has also partnered with other brands to integrate its technology into gaming products, snow helmets, outerwear, bags.

Stephanie Nitsch
Courtesy of Park City Chamber/Bureau

Main Street is Park City’s staple for boutique shopping and window gazing. With dozens of independent and eclectic shops lining Main Street, you’ll be sure to find one-of-a-kind treasures for any occasion. Stretching eight blocks, Main Street storefronts cover the spectrum of shopping preferences and include stores that carry handmade accessories (try Root’d or Atticus Teahouse), trendy threads (browse clothing boutiques like Flight, Cake or Prospect Youth for kids) and whimsical art (Silver Queen and Terzian Galleries give a nod to colorful artwork). Plus, Western wear, jewelry shops and bookstores are just as plentiful for more sentimental purchases.
Kimball Junction boasts a large shopping area with stores that range from locally owned boutiques to national chains. Its urban layout is pedestrian-friendly, and an outlet mall nearby is perfect for forgotten items and or stocking up on warmer layers.
Additionally, all three of Park City’s ski resorts carry fashionable apparel and gear for the latest in skiing and snowboarding trends and technologies.

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