An Olympic And Paralympic Museum Is Slated To Open This Spring In Colorado Springs
You don’t have to be a sports fanatic to enjoy all things Olympics and Paralympics. There’s nothing more thrilling than watching talented athletes show off their skills on an international stage, whether you’re a fan of downhill skiing, gymnastics, or something slightly more obscure. Since the first iteration of the modern Olympics in 1896, millions have fallen in love with the pomp, circumstance, and sheer adrenaline of the games. If you’re a longtime fan of the Olympics and Paralympics, you’ll be thrilled to learn that a brand new United States Olympic and Paralympic-centric museum is slated to open this spring in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Attraction-focused website Blooloop even included the soon-to-open locale among its list of the world’s best new museums for 2020, and it’s easy to understand why.
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