Guests using the interactive exhibits in the Athlete Training gallery

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





Get excited for the Games with these can’t-miss opportunities at the home for Tokyo 2020

Finally, after a year’s delay, the long-anticipated Tokyo Olympic Games begin July 23! Located at the heart of downtown Colorado Springs – Olympic City USA – the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum will be the premier destination for all things Team USA. 

Between the exciting new street team activities taking place throughout Colorado Springs to the incredible athlete demonstrations inside the Museum, there is never a dull moment during July at the USOPM. Learn more about what’s coming up below!

Colorado Grand Opening // July 1 - Labor Day

What to Do in Colorado Springs, CO

As the world starts to re-open, we too want to re-open on the Olympic and Paralympic scale we always wanted. That’s why we’re hosting our Colorado Grand Opening, where 2-3 days a week, every week running from July through Labor Day (September 5), the USOPM will be featuring events and activities including interactive sport demonstrations, athlete meet-and-greets and more! Keep up-to-date on everything coming to the Museum by visiting and following us on social media.

Tokyo Games Fan Fest // July 29 - Aug. 1

Cheer on Team USA with the Museum during this free, four-day celebration which will include a 50-foot screen airing live Olympic coverage, a wide selection of food and beverages, and special activities featuring Olympians and Paralympians.

July Street Team Events

Keep an eye out for the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum street team in the Colorado Springs community.


As COVID-19 restrictions loosen, our U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum street team is out and about more than ever. Throughout July, you can find us at:


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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.

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 confidence.

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