Things to Do in April at USOPMuseum in Colorado Springs, CO
Photo of Winter exhibit inside U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Museum.

Things to do in April at the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum

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Rain or shine, you’ll find plenty of fun things to do this April at Colorado Springs’ top new attraction

Looking for things to do in Colorado Springs during April? We all know spring in the Springs can have unpredictable weather. From sunny days to cloudy days to rain and possibly even snow, the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum is your top choice for indoor activities in Colorado Springs.  

During April at the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum, we’ve got even more great special offers and promotions that are sure to make all your days shine bright. From discounts to celebrate Youth Soccer Weekend and Educator Weekend to special programming for The Masters Weekend, you’ll find plenty of fun things to do this April at Colorado Springs’ top new attraction! Be sure to check out our discounts and deals page for additional events and specials in the upcoming months.

The Masters Weekend

Man enjoys react exhibit at United States Olympic and Paralympic Museum.

Saturday, April 10 and Sunday, April 11, the Museum celebrates The Masters golf tournament with special programming. Museum guests can participate in a “Shoot your shot” putting contest for the chance to win special prizes. Flame Café will have a Taste of the Masters special menu, with items in conjunction with the event. 

100 Days to Tokyo

USOPMuseum Toyko 2020 exhibit.

In celebration of 100 Days until the Tokyo Games begin, the Museum will be offering 20 percent off all tickets on Wednesday, April 14. (No promo code is required, as the discount will be automatically applied.) Come and learn about the history of the Games and the greatest Team USA athletes. Get excited for the next chapter to be written this summer in Tokyo.

Youth Soccer Weekend

Young boy enjoys exhibit at USOPM.

On Saturday, April 17 and Sunday, April 18, the Museum is offering free entry to all kids wearing their youth soccer jersey. Test your speed by racing against America’s greatest athletes on the interactive track or bring questions to the Ask an Athlete exhibit. And make sure to keep an eye out for our neighbors, the Colorado Springs Switchbacks FC, who will be activating throughout the weekend!

Educator Weekend and Haiku Contest

Mother and child interact with exhibit at USOPMuseum.

We welcome our classroom champions to visit the Museum for Educators Weekend on Saturday, April 24 and Sunday, April 25. On both days, educators receive free admission by presenting their teacher ID. Reserve your tickets here! Also happening this weekend is the Museum’s Haiku Contest. Children who bring their own haiku to the Museum also receive complimentary admission. To learn more, email [email protected]

Save with the Museum's ticket package for two

Man and woman enjoy photo exhibit at USOPMuseum.

The Museum continues to offer a special via Groupon: two admissions plus two pizzas and two beverages at Flame Café for just $59.

PLAN YOUR VISIT TO THE MUSEUM

The 60,000-square foot Museum, which recently was named by USA Today as the nation’s Best New Attraction in 2020, is considered one of the top places to visit in Colorado.  Tickets can be purchased at https://tickets.usopm.org.

To maximize accessibility for all guests, the Museum features universal and inclusive design and includes accessible media, audio descriptions, wheelchair accessibility, tactility, open captioning and American Sign Language across all video content as well as other accessibility services.

The Museum has taken extensive measures to provide a safe and contactless environment so that guests can visit with confidenc

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