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Utah Olympic Park
Tourist Attraction
Today 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
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3419 Olympic Pkwy Park City, UT 84098
3419 Olympic ParkwayUSUtahPark City84098
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Today 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Monday 9:00 AM – 6:00 PMTuesday 9:00 AM – 6:00 PMWednesday 9:00 AM – 6:00 PMThursday 9:00 AM – 6:00 PMFriday 9:00 AM – 6:00 PMSaturday 9:00 AM – 6:00 PMSunday 9:00 AM – 6:00 PM
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Sprawling park built for the 2002 Olympics featuring ski jumps, bobsled rides, a zip line & museums.- Google
"Really fun kids rope course and zip lines."
"Bobsled run is awesome."
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Laura Jorgensen
2 months ago
We visited last Sunday and had a great time. the only issue was the two young people in charge of harnessing the little kids, extremely rude! I would not want them representing my company. they were definitely on some kind of power trip and were obviously annoyed with their job.
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Ryan Fisk
7 months ago
I've been to Park City a few times, but somehow always missed this awesome park and museum...thankfully we had an hour to kill before our flight so we stopped in this (FREE!) little gem :) After parking, you'll have a nice view of the bobsled track and freestyle practice area. We were lucky enough to catch a youth ski team practice here - it was pretty cool to see these little kids nailing huge jumps and diving right back into a series of moguls! Indoors, the museum's first floor is dedicated to the sport of skiing, with a mixture of pioneers of the sport, famous athletes, and the science of snow (and avalanches). There were plenty of hands-on exhibits and even a virtual ski simulator to keep everyone engaged. The second floor is dedicated to the 2002 SLC Winter Olympics, and is loaded with molds of the various medals, skis used, torch relay pictures, and lots of videos, including the opening ceremonies. There's a souvenir and snack stand with tables overlooking the outside park elements. Even if it had a paid admission, I'd still say the quality and uniqueness of the indoor museum warrants a visit and a five-star review. The free admission is the icing on the cake however, and well worth an hour or two of your visit to the Park City area!
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Daniel Roberts
6 months ago
Nice place I saw it while it was being built would love to go back Park City is a beautiful place itself.
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Matt Storms
a week ago
Decent place, kinda run down it seems.
Jaclyn Bell
3 months ago
An hour long line for the zip line. Had an infant with our party so we didn't want to wait that long. Went to the front desk to see about getting a refund and the staff was very rude and confrontational and would not give a refund. I asked to see a manager and was informed none were on duty. As I was leaving a staff member yelled disparaging remarks at us. I asked him for his name so I could email his manager and he would not give it to me! I asked his coworkers what his name was and then of them would give it to me either. Long story short, we never got our refund and will not be returning.
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Berrett Rice
3 months ago
Cool facilities, but we waited about 2.5 hours in line for one ride then went home. We would have appreciated a sign or something that estimated wait time.
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Louis Adamson
2 weeks ago
Worth the money for all the activities
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Aidan Shourds
a year ago
I went to the park because I was part of the aerial skiing tryout camp. Everyone was really nice. They have zip lines for tourists and a free museum. No park better!