Olympic Museum

The recently renovated Olympic Museum, located at High Camp showcases their unique collection of memorabilia, news articles and video presentations.

Take a trip back in time and learn about the 1960 Winter Olympics that took place at Squaw Valley. The recently renovated Olympic Museum, located at High Camp showcases their unique collection of memorabilia, news articles and video presentations detailing the many magical moments that took place at Squaw Valley. Admission is free with your Aerial Tram ride.

  • Hours Saturday & Sunday through Oct 2, 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
  • Address High Camp, Olympic Village, Olympic Valley, CA 96146
  • Phone 800-403-0206
  • Website Olympic Museum
  • Best Feature Current Squaw Valley athlete memorabilia from Olympians Julia Mancuso, Travis Ganong, Marco Sullivan and Nate Holland.
  • Olympic Memorabilia
  • Historical Film
  • News Articles

Located at High Camp, a part of the Squaw Valley Resort.

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