The U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Museum will be a premier international cultural destination, welcoming people of all ages and backgrounds, to come together in the spirit of the Olympic Games. The Museum will be highly interactive, featuring 20,000 square feet of exhibition space, a state-of-the-art theater, broadcast studio, and Hall of Fame. Visitors will journey through engaging, highly interactive exhibits which share the history of the Olympic Games, the stories of the greatest U.S. Olympians and Paralympians, and the latest science and technology behind their training. The Museum promises a chance to test your own physical prowess, experiencing first-hand, the rigors of athletic competition and fortitude of Team USA, along with a unique opportunity to march into the pulsating, adrenaline charged opening ceremonies of the Olympic Games, a highlight of an athlete’s career.Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum by using our Colorado Springs tour planner.
A few minutes away from the new Museum, the Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center will offer visitors a companion experience: an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look into the daily lives and training regimens of America’s Olympic and Paralympic athletes.
An all-encompassing experience, the U.S. Olympic Museum will be a timeless institution that reflects the thrill and spirit of the Games and our pride in Team USA.
Like the athletes themselves, the Museum’s goal is not simply to match expectations, but to exceed them.
U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum reviews
Such a cool Museum! Interactive for the kids, lots of fun facts, and the video at the end was a tear jerker! more »
Absolutely loved the inclusion of the Paralympics throughout, putting those athletes on a stage they deserve with all Olympians. The interactive activities testing out your athletic ability are... more »
This was amazing! Not so big you get to the point of uninterested, not so small that it didn't feel like it was worth the money. So many great moments that you remember watching live or watching movies about. So many interactive features, the displays are engaging and well-shown. Don't miss the movie at the end! I can't wait for the next Olympics now!
Amazing! Brand new in 2020, this highly interactive and technologically based museum captures the captivating history and evolution of the Olympics from its origins in ancient Greece through modern times. I especially appreciated that it captured the role of inequality and race while focusing on the strength and discipline required of all athletes. The final video montage in the cinema had me in tears. Family friendly for all generations, it's relic-filled rooms motivate and inspire, leaving you cheering for Team USA! 🇺🇸
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