The U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum is a premier international cultural destination, welcoming people of all ages and backgrounds to come together in the spirit of the Olympic Games. The Museum is 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, responsive exhibits that 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 allows you 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. 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. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum by using our Colorado Springs tour planner.
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It's a relatively new museum. Our adult family of 5 thoroughly enjoyed our visit. The interactive displays were fun for all ages. The docents were beyond friendly and so proactive at helping the... more »
Beautiful new museum that was fun to visit. A lot of interactive exhibits where you can "compete" with Olympic athletes. A lot of historic artifacts and informative exhibits. If you like the... more »
This place is terrific. It allows the visitor to experience what the athletes feel. The people that work there are caring. And provide insight to the exhibits. By chance we met a silver medalist in diving from this years Olympics and enjoyed our talk with him. We plan on going back often. But if you only go once you always cherish your memories of this great place. 👍
I was able to take my family down to the museum this past month on a Friday late afternoon, we were one of only a few people inside at the time which made it very enjoyable and safe. The museum is incredible they incorporate new technology into the experience along with a number of interactive games. There is more information than a person can consume, you will want to spend some time investing in the various stories and chronological displays that as well as interactive exhibits at various stages in your tour.
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