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All reviews ski jump car simulator entire facility speed skating on display winter sports interactive museum great hands sports complex small museum kids aged all ages rock climbing a lot of fun per hour great place to visit few hours
What do I mean, 'second class marketing'? Well marketing starts at home and works outward and I suggest less then 1% of the half million people of Richmond B.C. can tell you what is in the 'Richmond Oval' and less then 1,000 people can tell...More
The Olympic Experience is on one level of this beautiful facility. There were a few simulators from bobsledding to white water rafting. My son really enjoyed doing these. There was a small museum that showcased several items from different Olympics - one of the neatest...More
Staff make the experience. I went by myself and they took pictures for me and were very friendly and helpful. I really enjoyed all of the interactive games. It was a shame the race car was out of order.
If you love the Olympics make the trek to visit this place. This place is off the beaten path. I had the priviledge of living in a city that hosted the Olympics and since have always been obsessed with them. The museum is a little...More
There is so much to see and also do on a visit. There are many simulations one can try from ski jumping to riding a race car. It's a lot of fun going with a family of kids as we were able to challenge each...More
If you're going just for the Olympic Experience the price is a little high. It's $20/adult. But this ticket gets you access to the whole 3 level complex. The Olympic Experience is about 1/3 of the 3rd floor and bit of the 2nd floor. If...More
Our 2010 Olympics were held here & you'll experience paddling down a turbulent white water kayaking course, sit in a bobsled taking you at tremendous speeds, fly off the Olympic ski jump, tour the museum which gives you information you'd not know unless you were...More
This is the museum in the large sports complex. It is all about the history of the Olympics, with an extra focus on Vancouver 2010. Everything looked very fancy but I found it not very intuitive to find interesting stuff, with basically just a dead...More