The ribbon is cut to open the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum

The Museum is open!

Museum leaders, Colorado Governor Jared Polis and Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers joined a small invited crowd for a ribbon-cutting ceremony....

MUSEUM NOW OPEN - SEVEN DAYS A WEEK!

ADULTS $24.95; CHILDREN (3-12) $14.95; CHILDREN UNDER 3 FREE; SENIORS/MILITARY/FIRST RESPONDERS $19.95

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Inside the Museum

Learn all about the experience that awaits you in the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum

Guest safety is of paramount importance

Visiting Colorado Springs

See all that Olympic City USA and the Pikes Peak Region have to offer guests of all ages.

Digital Museum Spotlight

With a contingent led by several future Hall of Fame athletes, the U.S. won 47 gold medals

The University of Illinois has seen nearly 150 students compete in the Paralympic Games

Judo helped shape Yosh Uchida’s life and in turn, he used judo to mold so many young adults.

Relive Team USA highlights from the Sohchi 2014 Paralympic Games.

She did not win a medal, but her perserverance  was one of Rio 2016’s most memorable moments

Relive Team USA highlights from the Sochi 2014 Olympic Games.

Still in training, the alpine skier is a member of the Museum’s guest experience team

Learn about the Team USA athletes who carried the flag in opening and closing ceremonies

After competing at Berlin 1936, it was thought the runner’s best years were ahead of him

The infielder joins Jim Thorpe as the only Olympic medalists in another sport to make the majors

USOPMUSEUM HIGHLIGHTS

The Museum's new logo takes its colors from the Olympic rings and Paralympic agitos, its stripes from the American flag and the diamond silhouette from the Museum’s exterior

HALL OF FAME

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