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





This Fall, fall in love … with our new pricing! We dropped our pricing and moved to seasonal hours starting in October.

Enjoy our new pricing and fun activities planned throughout the month, including a celebration of Team USA athletes that competed at Tokyo and Fright at the BOO!seum over Halloween weekend.

Celebrate our Tokyo Games athletes // October 15

Join us on on the Museum Plaza to celebrate our Tokyo athletes on Friday, Oct. 15 beginning at 5 p.m.! The free, outdoor event will honor Olympic and Paralympic athletes with ties to Colorado and will also feature remarks by Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers.

World Singing Day // October 16

We’re thrilled to host the fourth annual World Signing Day from 2 – 3:30 p.m. on Oct. 16! The celebration will take place on our plaza with a sing-along to fan favorite songs. People of all singing abilities are invited to join our free outdoor event celebrating music and community.

Fright at the BOO!seum // October 29-31

Come one, come all to the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum’s Fright at the BOO!seum Halloween weekend featuring free admission to all kids 12-and-under in costume!

Join us for tricks, treats and more. Purchase tickets here; kids in costume receive their complimentary admission at the door.

  • Friday, October 29 // 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Saturday, October 30 // 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Sunday, October 31 // 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.


Museum Ticket Package for Two

Between volleyball, badminton and table tennis, it’s clear that things are better in doubles. Now with our special Groupon ticket package for two, you can get two admissions plus two pizzas and two beverages at the Flame Cafe for only $59! Forget singles and visit the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum in doubles today!


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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