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Explore Winter Legends at the Lake Placid Olympic Museum

Lake Placid Museum preserves the legacy of the Olympic games with great exhibits ..

1-518-302-5326
2634 Main St
Lake Placid, NY 12946-3648
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Lake Placid was host of the Olympics not once, but twice – 1932 and 1980 – and the Lake Placid Museum preserves the legacy of the Olympic games with great exhibits, including video highlights, athletes' uniforms and equipment, a collection of Olympic torches, mascots, the first gold medal ever awarded, and more.
 

Open seven days a week, the museum is located in the Olympic Center, just a few feet from the Herb Brooks Arena where the 1980 Gold Medal “Miracle on Ice” hockey game took place and the Jack Shea Arena, home of the first indoor Winter Olympic skating arena. 


Ticket rates, hours and traveling information are listed Here: https://lakeplacidolympicmuseum.org/visit/#tab-tickets-admission . Tickets are available for purchase in-person at the front desk located on the first floor of the Miracle Plaza.
 
 
 
 
 
 

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