U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum

Event Details
U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum
200 South Sierra Madre Street
Colorado Springs, CO 80903
United States

Pricing/Ticket Info
Event Dates and Times
Time Zone (UTC-07:00) Mountain Time (US & Canada)
⭐ U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum offers the opportunity to explore the legends of U.S. Olympic and Paralympic history, providing inspiring stories to fuel personal dreams and ambitions.
Ticket types🎫 Children who are under 5 years old can enter for free without requiring a ticket.🎫 Military personnel and First Responders with identification can purchase discounted tickets on-site.
Highlights🎟 Grab USOPM tickets and have a blast at Colorado Springs' advanced U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum🏅 Explore the icons of U.S. Olympic and Paralympic past, and let their inspirational tales drive your own aspirations and goals🏞 Leap, hop, and bound from one display to another, admiring genuine Olympic and Paralympic artifacts and making the most of the museum's interactive adventure
📍 LocationU.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum
⏳ DurationLength of time: 1 hour and 30 minutes.
DescriptionPrepare to embark on an electrifying adventure at the sensational U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum in captivating Colorado Springs! Prepare to be astounded as you delve into the riveting history of awe-inspiring American athletes. Witness firsthand the mind-blowing array of genuine memorabilia and completely immerse yourself in mind-boggling interactive exhibits. Ignite your own aspirations with jaw-dropping tales and memories that will stay etched in your soul. Oh, and whatever you do, don't even think about daring to miss out on this mind-blowing, pioneering escapade!
📝 Additional info

Accessible for wheelchair users.
Visit during the day for the best experience.
Use your smartphone ticket to enter.
Parking in front of the museum costs $15.00 USD.
No big bags or backpacks allowed. Strollers can be stored in coat check. No drinks allowed inside. Parking available for $15.00 USD.
Admission includes access to the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum.
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