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U.S. Olympic Training Center, Colorado Springs

Categories: Landmarks, Arenas & Stadiums, Tourist Spots
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4.3/5 based on 900+ reviews on the web
Visit U.S. Olympic Training Center for a chance to see U.S. Olympic athletes perform. Guided tours of the training facility include a walking tour of the complex, plus a video detailing the history of the Olympic and Paralympics movement. The center has various training sites, including an Olympic-size swimming pool, an indoor shooting range, a velodrome arena, and numerous gymnasiums. The building also serves as the headquarters for the U.S. Olympic Committee. You can head to the visitor center to explore the U.S. Olympic Hall of Fame exhibit. The Team USA gift shop sells a host of Olympic, Paralympics, and sport-specific merchandise. With our online itinerary creator, Colorado Springs attractions like U.S. Olympic Training Center can be center stage of your vacation plans, and you can find out about other attractions like it, unlike it, near it, and miles away.
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  • We learned a lot about what the athletes do to train for the Olympics. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable and explained about the different sports. Have an even greater appreciation for these athle...  read more »
  • Very nice setup of the property which is secured with a sturdy fence and guard. Plus, a nice view to see from the outside but cannot tell you about the inside of facility or the onsite living quarters...  read more »
  • This huge complex has facilities where Olympic athletes train. Inexpensive tours take you past swimmers, wrestlers, etc. in training. 
  • Went to the mens gymnastics team rehearsal that was open to the public and took a tour of the facility. Very cool and had an awesome tour guide (a U.S. Bob Sled team member). Everything was great until I asked for directions from a staff member at the facility and got a smart ass remark that was totally uncalled for and unprofessional. Maybe he was tired of dealing with tourists, I don't know. But, a little more decorum would've been nice.
  • I had high expectations for touring the CSOTC. I was let down a little. You only get to see a small area of an already small campus. Nonetheless it is impressive. I know tour guides vary but our particular guide couldn’t answer very many questions. My advice would be to contact them ahead of time and see what athletes are training or it there are any events so you can witness the action.
  • Amazing facilities for even more amazing athletes. Tour guide was great - clear and loud enough for everyone to hear. 5 stars
  • The main visitor center was under construction. A great complex with a lot of history, but nothing that stands out as a Wow factor unless you're into certain olympic fields. Our tour guide was monotone but he was knowledgeable. We were able to see the fencing, wrestling, and gymnastic areas as well as the pool and the living quarters. Cheap to tour if you're in the area.
  • Kept hoping someone would notice me. Say to the coach they're walking with "that guy, he looks physically fit, we could use a guy like that on our team." Nope, nothing. Just a security guard that said "You can't be here.."
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