Park City Miners Hospital

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Park City Miners Hospital
Established 1903
Construction Began April 1904
Construction Ended October 1904
Opened October 1904
Closed 1950s
Current Status Preserved
Building Style Single Building

Current Use[edit]

The Miner's Hospital Community Center is a historic building that now serves the Park City community as meeting space for nonprofits, corporate retreats, weddings and parties. There are four floors that can be reserved interdependently or in combination for up to 100 people. The building is surrounded by gardens nestled in the middle of City Park. It is easy to access from the free transit system red bus line or by bike or on foot on the paved path.

Images of John Judge Memorial Miner's Home[edit]