Welcome to MANGELSEN – Images of Nature Gallery in Park City, Utah
The Mangelsen – Images of Nature Gallery has been located on Park City's Historic Main Street for nearly 30 years, making us one of the oldest galleries in town. We are proud members of the Park City Gallery Association.
What started as an historic silver mining town during the late 1800’s, Park City has now become one of the best known ski resort towns in the world. Located in the Wasatch Mountains just 37 miles east of Salt Lake City International airport we have three world–class resorts, over 25 hotels, and more than 100 restaurants to choose from. Due to the proximity of the Great Salt Lake, our snow is some of the driest, fluffiest powder found anywhere in the world. Park City was also recently named as the only Gold Level Ride Center in the world according to the International Mountain Bicycling Association.
Winter brings a wonderland for skiers and snowboarders from around the world. Don’t feel like skiing or boarding? No worries! Pamper yourself at one of our local spas, shop the galleries and boutiques on Main Street, snowmobile in the Uinta Mountains, or put on a pair of snowshoes to explore our mountain scenery.
Summer brings warm days and cool nights. Try fly fishing in the local rivers. Look for local moose while hiking and biking our spectacular mountain trails. Take in an outdoor concert while enjoying some Utah grown produce from one of our Farmer’s Markets.
When you are in town be sure to stop into the gallery to see the newest images and the beauty of our natural world as seen through the eyes of legendary photographer Thomas Mangelsen. We look forward to seeing you soon.
Nov 30 – Dec 2nd | Holiday Open House
Weekend Long | MANGELSEN – Images of Nature Galleries
Share the Joy! We invite you to visit our gallery for a weekend of holiday cheer. You are sure to find the right gift for everyone on your list! Ask an Art Consultant about our special holiday offer! Tom will not be appearing at this event.
Year Long | Gallery Stroll
6-9pm | Participating Galleries Throughout Park City
Join us on the last Friday of each month to enjoy light refreshments and stroll through some of the best art galleries in the west. Presented by the Park City Gallery Association. Free and open to the public. Tom will not be appearing at this event.
With 1200-acres of breathtaking open space and a 10,000 sq. ft. education and museum building in Park City, Utah, Swaner is a refuge for an abundance of wildlife while offering engaging environmental science educational programs for all ages. Over 10 miles of trails offer recreational opportunities for mountain bikers, hikers, birdwatchers, snowshoers and photographers. Be sure to check out our calendar of fun and educational events.
Utah Olympic Park
Spend the day enjoying this Olympic legacy park. Tour the Alf Engen ski museum or the 2002 Olympic Winter Games museum, watch athletes compete on the K90 and K120 nordic jumps, or take a daring ride down the bobsled track.
The Eating Establishment
One of the oldest restaurants in Park City, The E (as locals call it) has been on Main Street since 1972. Start your day with a Miner’s Dawn and a glass of fresh squeezed orange juice.
Wasatch Brew Pub
Brewing beer locally since 1989, The Wasatch Brew Pub offers a great menu for lunch and dinner. Be sure to try the Great Plains All Natural Buffalo Burger with your favorite local brew.
Located next door to the MANGELSEN – Images of Nature Gallery, Chimayo is billed as a “distinctive Southwestern restaurant”. Whether you are eating the stuffed chicken breast or the trout fajitas, you’ll enjoy the unique menu and the beautiful décor of this Main Street restaurant.
Park City Chamber Bureau
Find information and links for lodging, dining, shopping and activities.
Mountain Express Magazine
This award winning magazine tells you where to go, what to do, and what to eat during your Park City visit. View the magazine online or pick up a free copy in your hotel room.
Park City Magazine
Since 1977, Park City Magazine has been a voice for the local community and a guide for the in-town visitor. View the magazine online or pick up a copy in various locations around town.