Every December, Park City’s Main Street is decorated for the holidays, and they have added large sized snow globes to the decor. There are nine snow globes along the street for you to enjoy. The Park City Snow Globe Stroll is a fun, free, family adventure.
Each snow globe has images that reflect symbols of the area. We saw the Park City trolleys, skiers, moose, miners, and more. They slowly spin and there are different images on different sides. Some of the snow globes will also activate as you get closer and the snow will flurry. This activity works during the day or night. The snow globes light up at night, but you can still see them during the day, too.
We also enjoyed all of the Christmas decorations throughout Main Street as we walked. There were lots of lights, including some great spots for photos. We found a Christmas tree and a Menorah in one of the squares with the snow globes. Watch out for Santa’s mailbox and drop your letters to Santa if you want to get them to the North Pole.
Visit Park City’s website for a map of snow globes, as well as some fun printables that go along with this activity. We liked pairing our visit to the Park City Snow Globe Stroll with the Park City Electric Light Parade. Or you could also plan a carriage ride at Rocky Mountain Outfitters after your walk in Park City.