Plan Your Visit

Personalization and digital locker

Creating personalized experiences for each guest

Reflection in the glass of the Museum entrance at dusk

Craft a journey through the Museum that is uniquely your own.

Powered by RFID technology, each guest’s keepsake Visitor Credential automatically generates content specific to their accessibility needs and Olympic and Paralympic interests.

This credential also unlocks the guest’s personalized Digital Locker, which populates with photos, videos and bookmarks from their visit. To access these keepsakes, simply scan the QR code on the back of the credential or visit


The Museum is open Sunday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., only closed on Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day.

The Museum strongly encourages guests to purchase tickets online in advance. Admission is timed to maintain social distancing in the Museum.


Adults: $24.95
Children (3-12): $14.95
Seniors (65+): $19.95
Military (active duty or retired) and First Responders with ID: $19.95
Children 2 and under are free

VISA only and cash-free

In recognition of VISA’s long-standing partnership, the Museum proudly accepts only VISA for all payments. This includes on-site ticket purchases, dining in the Flame Café and shopping at The Museum Shop. To provide a safe, contactless experience, the Museum does not accept cash. For any questions, please contact us at [email protected]

Olympic and Paralympic alumni

Please contact us at [email protected] to plan your visit.

Group tickets (15 or more)
  • Adults: $17.95
  • Children: $12.95
School groups and tour operators

Educators and other group organizers interested in touring the Museum are invited to contact us at [email protected] to coordinate your visit.


Due to COVID-19, all ticketing is taking place on the Plaza in front of the Museum. Each guest is required to wear a face covering and pass a temperature check before entering.

By purchasing tickets online, guests can skip the queue and go directly to Will Call.

Walk-up tickets are available for sale on the Plaza, subject to availability.

All visitors attend a brief, staff-led orientation in the Museum lobby before beginning their experience. In this orientation, guests learn about RFID personalization and COVID-19 safety and cleaning measures.





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