If you've driven on I-25 through the heart of Colorado Springs in the last few years, you've likely noticed a uniquely shaped building going up just outside of Downtown... It's the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum, and it officially has an opening date set!
The 60,000-square-foot building is just north of Cimarron Street, off Sierra Madre Street, and is officially opening next Thursday, July 30.
It features 12 galleries that go through the Olympic history and also feature a narrative through a Team USA athlete's career
Prices range from about $15 for kids to $25 for most adults, and people who purchase memberships will get early access to secure tickets, according to the museum.