4. Unexpected Surprises
We don’t want to give too much away but look for a few fun surprises and unexpected details when you visit. For example, when standing in the atrium, if you look up at the observation platforms, the highest platform is the same distance that Bob Beamon leaped in his record-breaking 1968 long jump. Tour the paintings in the Museum’s art gallery to see many works by LeRoy Neiman, the official Olympic painter at five Olympic Games. Then look for the Neimanizer, an interactive experience where you can transform yourself into a LeRoy Neiman painting! It’s delightful and creative moments like these that will make your visit unforgettable.
5. Take Home a Souvenir
The Museum Shop offers a variety of exclusive museum merchandise for guests of all ages including clothing, accessories, and collectibles. Take home a piece of history to remember your visit to the museum. Best of all, guests can create a Personalized Digital Retail Experience with a digital try-on mirror as well as interactive displays featuring social media integration. This will be the first museum in the world to offer this type of experience using cutting edge technology.
Start planning your visit to the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum today. Reserve your tickets and learn more here.