Overview

The Lake Placid Olympic Museum will be temporarily unavailable as of Monday, March 22.

Check back here for photos of the moving process and archives as they move to their temporary space from the Olympic Center Link Building to the Conference Center.

Stay tuned for more information on their temporary space and what will be offered.

If you can’t make it to the museum, please be our virtual guest, by clicking on our virtual exhibits tab. 

Sitting adjacent to the location of the “Miracle On Ice” is the Lake Placid Olympic Museum, a multi-exhibit monument to the Olympic heart and soul of Lake Placid. With multi-media exhibits and memorabilia displays that transport visitors into the iconic past of the region, a visit to the museum is an informative and transformative experience that is great for people of all ages and all levels of knowledge on the Olympic legacy of Lake Placid!

Lake Placid Olympic Museum Official Website

Virtual Exhibits

The Lake Placid Olympic Museum has been working diligently to provide guests a virtual museum experience. Check out our virtual exhibits below!

Totally 80 Exhibit

Photos of the 1932 Olympic Winter Games

Admission

The Lake Placid Olympic Museum will be temporarily unavailable as of Monday, March 22.

Check back here for photos of the moving process and archives as they move to their temporary space from the Olympic Center Link Building to the Conference Center.

Stay tuned for more information on their temporary space and what will be offered.

Classrooms & Groups

We’re your second classroom!

A visit to the Lake Placid Olympic Museum is free for New York State public, private, and homeschool student groups K-12.

Did you know? We offer year-round workshops to enhance teaching in and out of the classroom.  Programs are available at the Museum and off-site visits to your school can be arranged.  That’s right – we can come to you!

We aim to engage students to use critical thinking and engage in inquiry to interpret objects, photographs and artworks, oral histories, and primary sources.

To schedule a field trip to the museum or arrange for a workshop, please contact museum@orda.org.

From luge wheel rides to watching the action at a world championship event to skating on the outdoor Olympic Oval, there are a variety of activities that can enrich your groups visit to the museum.  Contact mcspinelli@orda.org to schedule interactive activities for your group.

For more resources that may offer inspiration and spark curiosity before visiting the museum or extend learning in the classroom, visit www.lpom.org.

 

Just for Fun

Check out these fun Olympic-themed scavenger hunts that you can play at home.  Take a photo of your results and tag #LakePlacidOlympicMuseum , so we can see and share your results!

Olympic Colors Scavenger Hunt Olympic Objects Scavenger Hunt

Check out these fun Olympic sport coloring sheets.  Take a photo of your results and tag #LakePlacidOlympicMuseum , so we can see and share your results!

Speed Skating Coloring Sheet Ski Jumping Coloring Sheet Mascot Coloring Sheet Medals Coloring Sheet Luge Coloring Sheet Hockey Coloring Sheet Figure Skating Coloring Sheet Alpine Skiing Coloring Sheet Bobsled Coloring Sheet Biathlon Coloring Sheet