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There are more than 12,000 U.S. Olympic and Paralympic athletes, more than 100 years of Olympic and Paralympic history, and endless stories to be told. Explore the galleries at the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum that showcase Team USA athletes and their incredible journeys to the Games.

Hall of Fame

Engage virtually with Olympic and Paralympic Hall of Famers

Intro to the Games

From ancient Olympics to the modern Games

Athlete Training

Learn about the training Olympic and Paralympic athletes receive

The Lab

Science and technology's role in athlete performance

Parade of Nations

Experience walking into the games alongside athletes

Summer Games

Specific stories of summer Olympic and Paralympic sports

Winter Games

Specific stories of winter Olympic and Paralympic sports

World Watches

Stories of the Games’ global impact on history and culture

Rotating Gallery

See artwork from LeRoy Neiman, the Olympic painter

Medal Collection

See the collection of Olympic and Paralympic medals

To Take Part

The final film To Take Part highlights Team USA moments

Medal Ceremony

Inspiring moments on the podium for Team USA athletes


Olympians on Wheaties Boxes on Display

Wall of Wheaties

The Wheaties box remains a major iconic symbol of the cultural impact of the Olympics and Paralympics. See the collection on display at the Museum.

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See Sam the Eagle at the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum

Sam the Eagle

Los Angeles needed a mascot that would get crowds excited about the approaching 1984 Olympics, and Sam the Eagle was born.

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