This is a small but very well done gallery with good peices and curating. With a very manageable scale, you can still spend a couple of hours to have a meaningful art istic experience without the museum feet.
Everything about this place is quaint and charming and whimsical, even its 'punny' name. Service is friendly and reliable, and the ambience is personal and intimate.
To me, Disneyland is unique in that it is the only theme park that actually has a soul. You get the feeling of Walt's original vision from the 50s, an era of idyllic small town Americana innocence, even if it never really existed. This quality is absent in all the subsequent theme parks that are more about out-doing one another in special effects and scale and volume. Staying at Disneyland Hotel is great for being right inside the park.
Notwithstanding the name, this store is not so much an purveyor of exotic silks as it is a regular fabric and sewing store that happens to carry more silk than other types of fabric. So unless you have a particular need to silk stuff, this is not as practical a place for getting ideas for sewing projects as other such shops.
They have a wide selection of fabrics for making quilts, all very sell organized by color and theme. If you want to pick up scraps at bargain prices, they have regular sales of 'fat quarters' .
This place is a pretty standard non-descript touristy shop. You can get any kind of T-shirt and sweat shirt and fleece wear, especially with the Park City or other ski resort insignias. Nice place to pick up that gift for the friends you left back home.
The fudge and chocolates here are extremely good, even the sugar-free ones. They make the fudge and caramels on site in giant copper pots stirred by hand with wooden spoons the size of canoe paddles. The designer caramel apples are not to be missed.
People come from all over to visit the White Flower Farm. They have wonderful array of flowers, plants, seeds and seedlings. The people are highly knowledgeable and helpful.
This shop has very well-made ice cream, though probably not enough so to make it a destination spot. You don't get the feeling there is a lot of traffic or turnover, so sometimes the ice cream is a bit crystallised, but still quite tasty.
This would qualify as a destination ice cream place, worth making a special trip. The ice cream is so dense and rich, each scoop is worth at least three.