U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum

This stunning 60,000-square-foot universally-designed facility is the first museum dedicated to U.S. achievements in both the Olympic and Paralympic games.
Services Provided

The experience immerses visitors in the intensity of high-level competition through the lens of the athletes who have trained, competed and won.
Photography courtesy of Nic Lehoux
The experience forever changes people’s perception and appreciation for the dedication, motivation, determination, and sacrifice all Olympians and Paralympians share.

Going from Summer Games to Winter Games, visitors become spectators in the sports, the artifacts, the moments and the personal stories of athletes, their families, and their coaches.


From How the World Watches and Olympic-inspired pop culture to the Medal Ceremony, visitors see just how much the Games have inspired our culture, our communities, and connected us all through the universal language of competition.

A 360-degree filmic celebration welcomes people to the Games.
Photography courtesy of Nic Lehoux

Testing visitors’ speed, agility, strength, and endurance.

Visitors have the opportunity to inspect the technical advancements behind both Olympic and Paralympic achievements. 
The new U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Museum in Colorado Springs does not distinguish between winners or losers; the athletes who earned medals and enduring public adoration at the Games receive the same recognition as those who went home empty-handed.”
The New York Times


Diller Scofidio + Renfro

Gallagher Museum Services
Owner’s Representation,
Operations Management

CREO Industrial Arts
Exhibit Fabrication

Kiss the Frog
Media and Interactive Development

Institute for Human Centered Design
Accessibility Consultants

Anderson Mason Dale Architects
Architect of Record

Barrie Projects
Feasibility Study Consultant,
Content and Artifact Acquisition

Media and Interactive Development

Available Light
Lighting Design

Retail and Cafe Design