We visited on a Sunday so they didn't have the walking tour going on. However, they told us that the tour was just a walk on the OUTSIDE of the buildings anyway with a guide. We walked through this rather small complex by ourselvs and our kids got to run around. We were able to look inside a few windows of some of the facilities. The only difference with the guided tour is that a tour guide would have more to say- but same boring facilities. How interestingly are the outside of buildings anyway?
The gift shop is nothing special- looks like a typical Nike store. There's not much inside this buidling as far as displays- rather boring actually. Suprisingly, the 'eternal flame' wasn't lit.
It's worth a quick visit if you are in the area, but don't waste your time driving too far to get here (from Denver for instance).
I can think of better ways to promote this place. Provide lots of interior access and have some of the more prominent athletes provide the tours. Not a bad idea considering that substantial tax payer money has gone to the Olympic program and the buildings and athletes who benefit from our money could be more accessible.
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