Baranof Jewelers is a luxury fashion jewelry store with a diverse and elegant collection in downtown Park City.
This boutique features trendy designer clothing by brands such as Rag & Bone, See by Chloe and T by Alexander Wang. The staff here is particularly friendly.
Displayed in the Historic Old Oak Saloon on Main Street, the Crosby Collection includes a unique collection of Native American collectibles, such as jewelry, pottery, textiles and more. Its owner opened the business more than 50 years ago after nurturing a passion for such artifacts throughout his youth. Today, with his shop, Crosby aims to share the Native American history and culture with shoppers and visitors.
Tucked behind the Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory on Main Street, this charming bookstore is one of a dwindling breed, a place where book lovers serve book lovers. The staff loves literature and will make great suggestions for fiction and non-fiction browsers. The kid section is as seductive for a younger set of bibliophiles.
With a wide selection of trendy designer clothing, Flight features brands like Vince, For Love & Lemons, Joie and more.
Like its outlets in Vail and Aspen, the Gorsuch in Park City offers upscale, designer ski wear alongside charming home goods and gifts.
Set on Main Street, this gallery focuses on the work of Thomas Mangelsen, a nature and wildlife photographer. Mangelsen has been traveling the world for over 40 years and his work has been featured in such outlets as National Geographic and BBC Wildlife.
A designer shoe store and chic boutique with trendy clothes for all occasions by independent and well-known designers.
Overland Sheepskin Co.
Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory
Handmade chocolates and old-fashioned candies are sold in this storefront on Main Street, where you can watch the chocolate machines whirr. There are candy-dipped apples and an eclectic assortment of candy bars.
This home goods store features pieces that were hand-picked by owner and interior designer, Melissa Berry, who is known to mix contemporary elements with a bohemian style. While still staying on brand, Berry manages to also find pieces that are reflective of Park City.
Sitka Fur Gallery