All venues are open at this time with limitations, with the exception of the Bobsled Experience, which is currently not operating due to COVID-19.
Olympic Passports are not available for the spring and summer of 2021. Please stay tuned for updates about winter!
Not everyone can say the Olympics took place in their own backyard. We can, and we love to share that experience! Today, you can tour many of the 1932 and 1980 Olympic Sites, no matter the season!
Just outside of downtown at the Olympic Jumping Complex, visitors are often struck by the sight of the 70- and 90-meter ski jumps towering in the sky alongside the High Peaks. An elevator ride will take you to the top of the jumps, providing a birds eye view of the Adirondack region, while a brand-new zipline can whisk you to the bottom in just a few seconds.
Over at Mt. Van Hoevenberg, the new, thrilling Cliffside Coaster is the longest mountain coaster in the United States! You control the speed of your ride down the mountain alongside the 1980 Olympic bobsled track and take in sweet views.
There's also the Olympic Center downtown, Whiteface Mountain, the Olympic Museum, and more!
The legacy of the 1980 Games has been preserved, and its heritage upheld, to ensure continued public enjoyment of the Olympic venues.
The Olympic Sites Passport is perfect for folks planning a visit to the area, giving you access to every one of the Lake Placid Olympic Sites, including the Olympic Museum! The passport is available for purchase online and in person at all of the Olympic venues and the ORDA (Olympic Regional Development Authority) Store on Main Street.