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Make the Lake Placid Olympic Museum your first stop on a tour of America's Olympic hometown and be inspired by the stories of the Winter Games. Located in the same building as the 1980 "Miracle on Ice" hockey game, the excitement of the Olympics...more
2634 Main St, Olympic Center, Lake Placid, NY 12946-3648
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Lake Placid is a playground for those who enjoy the outdoors. This little town and its surrounding areas have sent so many athletes to the Olympics that the museum is full of exhibits and films about them. Seeing how the sports and the equipment have...More
I love it when small towns celebrate their history and what makes them unique. Lake Placid is a very special place! The olympic museum does have some neat things, but I do wish they would liven it up a bit. I would love to see...More
The Museum is fantastic. Seeing all the memorabilia is very interesting. Watching the US/USSR game gives you chills even though you know who won. Walking around the ice rink is magical. This is a can’t miss destination.
We enjoyed visiting the Lake Placid Olympic Museum last July. My husband and I enjoyed reading the signs and plaques and seeing the ice skating rinks. Our daughters thought it was boring. The only thing they enjoyed was the simpulator machine, which they paid to...More
We were in town just for one day and it was raining. This was about the only option. It is not a large museum but it was worthwhile to see all the olympic memorabilia and watch the historic hockey game rerun. The ice hockey field...More
An ORDA pass is the passport that allows you to get into multiple Olympic sites rather than pay per location. ORDA is the Olympic regional development authority and is responsible for the venues. Not sure where your term... More
An ORDA pass is the passport that allows you to get into multiple Olympic sites rather than pay per location. ORDA is the Olympic regional development authority and is responsible for the venues. Not sure where your term came from, but I think I know what you meant.