Explore the place where Olympic dreams came true in 2002 and learn how aspiring Olympians train today for future Winter Games.
The Guided Tours offer a look into the inner-workings of one of the most complex Olympic venues in the world. Take in remarkable stories of the 2002 Winter Olympic Games and Utah's rich history of pioneering and growing the sport of skiing.
Guided Venue Tours
Guided Tours are the best way to explore the venue & learn about the amazing stories of Olympic achievement (and some of the more peculiar tales
The tour includes a ride aboard our shuttle bus and drive to the top of the world's highest nordic ski jumps and one of the fastest sliding tracks in the world. During the one hour tour, our guides will do what guides do best - inform, explain and entertain. Their knowledge and stories will bring the Games to life.
- Tours offered daily
- Starting at 11am and available on-the-hour until the last tour for the day at 4 pm
- Adults (13-64 yrs.) $10
- Youth (3-12 yrs.) / Seniors (65+) $7
- Infants (2 & under) Free
For private group tours click here.
Tour On Your Own - FREE
Stroll through the Park venue, visit the Alf Engen Ski Museum and Eccles 2002 Olympic Winter Games Museum, Silver Bean Cafe, Olympic Gift Shop, and theatre. Watch Olympic and aspiring youth athletes in training on a year-round basis.
During the summer, the best place to hang out on is on the sun deck where you can take in the view and grab lunch from the Big Air Grill while watching athletes launch off the freestyle jumps into the splash pool.
- Summer Season: May 18 to October 27
- 10 am – 6 pm
Parking and admission is free!
Accessibility - Public buildings located at the Utah Olympic Park are wheelchair accessible. Accommodation for individuals interested in the guided bus tour, or with other special needs such as hearing impairment, require 48 hours advance notice to the Guest Services Desk.
For safety and consideration of visitors and employees of the Utah Olympic Park, animals such as domestic pets are not allowed on the grounds of the facility. This policy does not apply to registered working service animals that provide rescue assistance or assist persons with disabilities