Museums

Alf Engen Ski Museum
Thirteen years ago, Alan Engen had an idea for a ski museum. Today, visitors to the Utah Olympic Park can take a year-round, interactive journey through the Alf Engen Ski Museum inside the Joe Quinney Winter Sports Center. A tour through the 4,000-square foot museum includes a 10-minute film that traces Utah’s ski history and then evolutionary displays on cross-country skiing and Nordic jumping. There are games of skill in ski jumping and touch-screen displays.

The Alf Engen Ski Museum was built to preserve the rich history of skiing in the Intermountain region by providing a world-class facility, which highlights the many contributions made in ski area development, athletic competition, snow safety, ski innovation and ski teaching techniques.

2002 Eccles Olympic Museum
The 2002 Eccles Olympic Museum is located on the second floor of the Joe Quinney Winter Sports Center. Detailed displays include equipment of athletes like Joe pack, Tristan Gale, Derek Parra, Bode Miller, Sara Hughes and many others used during the 2002 Olympics. The public can hold an Olympic torch, watch Olympic highlights and view displays from the Opening and Closing ceremonies. Pin enthusiast can admire a pin display which includes every officially licensed pin from the 2002 Winter Olympics.

For additional information, please visit www.engenmuseum.org or call 435.658.4240.

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