This is a great museum. Lots of interactive displays, memorabilia, original Olympic gear and equipment. There was special section highlighting women’s accomplishments and medal winners. Admission price was reasonable and staff was friendly and informative. Received discount on store purchases.located on the grounds of the former Winter Olympics ski, bobsled, luge and snowboarding venues.
It was a fun experience. Something to do on a weekend. The interactive exhibits are fun but not amazing. The staff were nice and friendly, and facility was clean. We checked out the rest of COP while we were there and that was unique too.
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About This Deal
Inside the new building, visitors are able to visit 12 galleries, experience dozens of interactive visitor experiences, watch an 11-minute feature film highlighting great sports moments in the 125-seat Riddell Family Theatre and learn about Canada’s sporting traditions and artefact, video and photo collections in the Education and Resource Centre.
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About Canada's Sports Hall of Fame
In its 40,000-square-foot space located at Canada Olympic Park, Canada's Sports Hall of Fame chronicles hundreds of unforgettable sports stories. With 12 galleries and a collection of over 95,000 artifacts, the sprawling museum—which opened at its new location in 2011—has room to represent the greats of just about every sport in the country, from boxing to curling to auto racing. In addition to countless authentic artifacts, displays also boast interactive features; visitors can look at Dr. James Naismith's original diagrams of basketball plays or shadow box with Lennox Lewis. An 11-minute feature highlighting memorable sports moments plays in the 120-seat Riddell Family Theatre, letting guests relive historic games and the feats of championship teams.