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As I am a huge fan of the Olympic Games, I recently went to the Richmond, B.C. Olympic Oval to participate in its Olympic Experience. I learned that The Rox, as it is named, is the only Olympic Museum in Canada. While there, I tried...More
We were here for a volleyball tournament in summer! I loved the venue, the location is fantastic. Great views and walking paths right out the door! The venue is very clean and has some food options on the main level. The rock climbing area and...More
A piece of Olympic history in a part of town that is going through a complete facelift. So much construction in the neighborhood, will make this a fun place for sports and fitness. The walk along the water and building are well maintained and it...More
Visited the oval for a taekwondo tournament to find the oval able to accommodate 7 rings for us as well as several basketball, volleyball and skating areas on the main floor.
Workout rooms upstairs and tours/ memorabilia for tourists.
I'm not sure of the cost...More
If your in the area and looking for a climbing workout the Oval is a great spot. The wall opens for climbing at 3 in the afternoon, earlier on weekends. What makes it super are the walls themselves. They are mostly artificial rock. Some tectured...More
Worth stopping in to admire the architecture and the displays of local, and national, athletic accomplishments. A walk along the boardwalk to the rear of the building takes you a very lovely riverside walk with Muskoka chairs to rest.
Friends decided that they'd like to enjoy ice skating and opted for the rink at the Richmond Olympic Oval. The cost wasn't expensive, about $25 including the helmet (mandatory) and skate rental. Pay parking is available in the lower level of the facility.
This is the only one if its type in North America. The Museum in tbe Oval is the place to go with kuds and adults. Volunteers are there to assist you as you try out tbe simulated sports....Formula One racecar, Bobsledding, Para-skiing, Ski Jumping, Kayaking...More
I thought the 'interactive' rides were neat, but there are only a couple. At $20/adult you can spend maybe an hour here out of the rain. My kids enjoyed the rides, but were not tall enough (need to be 5 feet) to ride the 'race...More