Self-circuits

Self-circuits will help you choose which of the many places and activities you’d like to visit in the Olympic neighbourhood. There’s something for everyone and every budget! Whether you have an entire day to spend or just a few hours, the routes will help you take full advantage of what the Olympic Park has to offer by helping you pinpoint the activities that interest you most.

Olympic Day

This self-guided tour is perfect for sports and Olympic enthusiasts. Discover Montréal’s Olympic heritage and head off on an adventure by visiting North America’s 5 ecosystems.

Duration of the tour: 8 hours - proposed time slot: 9:a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Rate

Biodôme
Regular rate Quebec residents
Adults $20,25 $15,75
65+ $18,50 $14,75
Student (18+ with ID) $14,75 $12,00
5 to 17 years old $10,25 $8,00
Family (2 adults and maximum of 3 children) $56,00 $44,25

Observatory + Since 1976 exhibition package
Regular rate Quebec residents
Adult $35,50 $28,50
65+ $31,50 $25,50
Student $28,00 $22,25
5 to 17 years old $17,50 $14,00
Family (2 adults and maximum of 3 children) $87,50 $69,00

Sports Centre
Open swim Physical fitness
Adult (16+) $6,52 $16,96
Child (15-) $5,00
Senior (65+) $6,09 $16,96

Step 1: The Olympic cauldron

The perfect place to take a photo. Those who love sports and the Olympics can remember their visit to the Stadium by taking a picture on the podium with the Olympic Stadium in the background.

Time to get from Pie-IX metro station : 5 minutes
Estimated time: 10 minutes
Rate: Free

Useful info

This site is the ideal place to catch an incredible view of the Olympic Stadium.

Good idea

Take a walk from Pie-IX Metro station to the cauldron via the sidewalk along Pie-IX boulevard. It’s a steep but rewarding climb.

Picture worthy

You on the podium
The Olympic Stadium
The Olympic cauldron
You in the #mtlmoment frame

Step 2: Olympic logo along the Esplanade

Stroll the Esplanade to catch a peek of the Olympic Rings logo.

Estimated time: 15 minutes
Rate: Free

Good idea

The Esplanade is made up of different sections and hosts a number of activities throughout the year. Head to the website to see what events are on during your visit.

Picture worthy

The Olympic Rings logo
The colourful, eye-caching Esplanade structure
The Olympic Stadium mast

Step 3: Café Invivo, located near the rotunda

Café Invivo offers a fresh menu of salads, sandwiches, soups, desserts, coffee, tea, and alcoholic drinks at affordable prices.

Time to get from the Olympic logo: 10 minutes
Estimated time: 30 minutes
Rate: Café Invivo’s menu and prices are available on their website.

Useful info

Open Monday to Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Good idea

If weather permits, enjoy the outdoor terrace. The interior of the rotunda features a collection of souvenirs from the Olympic Park’s history and architecture.

Picture worthy

Café Invivo’s beautiful décor
The interior of the rotunda

Step 4: Timeline

The Timeline tells the story of the Olympic Stadium, capturing events that have marked its history since its construction in 1976.

Estimated time: 10 minutes
Rate: Free

Useful info

The Timeline will complement your leisurely walk along Pierre-de-Coubertin boulevard. Remember to read both sides of each sign to get the full story.

Good idea

Take as much or as little time as you’d like to enjoy the Timeline. Just 5 minutes will give you a good overview of the display.

Picture worthy

Many of the photos and stories found along the Timeline

Step 5: Biodôme

The Biodôme groups together 5 of North America’s most beautiful ecosystems under one roof, where hundreds of animals live in their natural habitat.

Time to get from the Timeline : 5 minutes
Estimated time: 1 hour

Useful info

Open Tuesday to Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Good idea

The Biodôme’s boutique offers many original gifts.

Picture worthy

Foliage, animals and ecosystems
The beautiful décor

Step 6: Olympic Park Sports Centre

The Olympic Park Sports Centre is one of the most beautiful facilities of its kind in North America. The gym features breathtaking views of the aquatic complex, and the pools are bathed in plenty of natural light.

Estimated time: 45 minutes to 1 hour

Useful info

Open Monday to Friday from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Good idea

Forget something? The Sports Centre Boutique has plenty of swim gear, from bating caps to goggles, locks, towels, and more.

Picture worthy

Logo of the Montréal Olympic Games at the entrance to the Sports Centre
View of the pool from the mezzanine

Step 7: Have a bite

Feeling peckish? There are many options available to you, including the Sports Centre’s Café-boutique, Sol Resto and Sol Bistro at the Biodôme, and outdoor tables in the Grande Place where you can have a picnic. If the weather’s not cooperating, just use the tables in the Sports Centre mezzanine.

Estimated time: 30 minutes to 1 hour
Rate: Between $5 and $15

Useful info

Located near the entrance to the Sports Centre, the Place des Vainqueurs is surrounded by the flags of all the nations that took part in the 1976 games. It also features the names of the winners in every event.

Good idea

If the weather’s nice, take a stroll along the Grande Place for fantastic views of the Tower’s mast.

Picture worthy

The Place des Vainqueurs
The original outdoor furniture designed for the Olympic Games by Michel Dallaire
The Tower’s mast
The funicular that climbs the length of the mast

Step 8: Maurice-Richard Arena

The Maurice-Richard Arena was built in 1962 and renovated in 1994. This is where the national short-track speed-skating team practices. The arena hosts many sports events, including the short track World Cup. The building is the second largest arena on the island of Montréal and can accommodate 4,518 spectators in the stands. It’s also the only rink in Québec that has an international-sized ice surface (30m X 60m).

Estimated time: 10 minutes
Rate: Free

Useful info

Note that the arena is not open to the public at all times.

Good idea

The walk to the arena will allow you to take the stairs to the roof of the Planétarium, where you can enjoy the roof-top greenery.

Picture worthy

The arena’s outdoor architecture
The rink
The statue of hockey player Maurice Richard on Viau boulevard

Step 9: The Montréal Tower Observatory

At 165 metres tall, the Montréal Tower is the tallest inclined tower in the world. Stop at the Observatory at the top of the Tower for an incredible panoramic view of the city. The 2-minute ride up in the glass-enclosed funicular is an adventure in itself.

Estimated time: 30 minutes

Useful info

Summer schedule:
Tuesday to Sunday: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Monday: 1 p.m. to 7 p.m.
See the full schedule

Good idea

Packages are available that combine the Tower Observatory and the Since 1976 exhibit. Also, try going up the Tower in the lower level of the funicular and descending in the upper level to enjoy a different view.

Picture worthy

The Maisonneuve panorama from the glass-enclosed funicular
An 80-kilometre view of the Montréal area and St. Lawrence valley
A breathtaking panorama that’s been awarded a three-star rating—the highest available—by the Michelin Guide
The dorsal part of the Tower—or backbone—from the upper level of the funicular
The Olympic Village
The Port of Montréal
The Saputo Stadium

Step 10: Since 1976 exhibit and Stadium visit

The Since 1976 exhibition will take you on a journey to rediscover the history of the Olympic Park, from its construction to today. The exhibit features a number of artefacts, as well as photos, video archives, interactive digital content, and even reconstructions made to the building.

Estimated time: 1 hour 30 minutes

Useful info

Schedule varies by season.
Summer schedule:
Tuesday to Sunday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Guided tour departures: 10:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m., 1:30 p.m., 2:30 p.m., 3:30 p.m., 4:30 p.m., and 5:30 p.m.
Monday: 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Guided tour departures: 1:30 p.m., 2:30 p.m., 4:00 p.m., and 5:30 p.m.

Good idea

Packages are available that combine the Tower Observatory and Since 1976 exhibit.

Picture worthy

You with the Olympic flame
You in front of the mosaic wall
The Olympic pools
The inside of the Olympic Stadium

Step 11: Olympic Park souvenir shops

The souvenir shop offers a wide variety of products, including post cards, shirts, stuffed toys, sweaters, and other souvenirs. You can also find a selection of items unique to the Olympic Park.

Estimated time: 15 minutes

Amateur explorer

Don your explorer hat for hands-on experiences that feature all that nature and science have to offer. A self-guided tour of he Insectarium and Olympic Stadium includes new discoveries as you learn about the history of the Olympic Park.

Duration of the tour : 7 h - proposed time slot: 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Rate

Observatory + 2 museum Space for Life
Regular rate Quebec residents
Adult $54,00 $43,00
Senior $49,25 $39,25
Student $41,25 $33,25
Child (5 to 17 years old) $26,75 $21,25
Family (2 adults and maximum of 3 children) $143,00 $112,25
Since 1976 exhibition
Regular rate Quebec residents
Adult $18,50 $15,00
Senior $16,25 $13,25
Student $14,50 $11,50
Child (5 to 17 years old) $9,25 $7,50
Family (2 adults and maximum of 3 children) $45,00 $35,00

Step 1: Visitor Kiosk

Stop by for information about the various attractions and activities around the Olympic Park. You can also purchase themed items as well as tickets and packages for various activities around the Park.

Time to get from Viau metro station : 2 minutes
Estimated time: 10 minutes
Rate: Free

Useful info

There are also other Visitor Kiosks around the site. Feel free to speak to someone at the booth if you need information on how to make your way around the site.

Good idea

Buy your tickets for the Montréal Tower and Since 1976 exhibit and avoid long line-ups later in the day.

Step 2: Insectarium

Head to the Insectarium to discover the incredible diversity of insects from the four corners of the earth as well as their fascinating habitats.

Time to get from the visitor kiosk : 10 minutes
Estimated time: 1 hour

Useful info

Open Monday to Sunday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Good idea

Extend your visit with a walk through the Botanical Garden’s 75 acres to discover some 30 themed gardens and 10 greenhouses.

Picture worthy

All the Insectarium inhabitants
The vivariums

Step 3: The Montréal Tower Observatory

At 165 metres tall, the Montréal Tower is the tallest inclined tower in the world. Stop at the Observatory at the top of the Tower for an incredible panoramic view of the city. The 2-minute ride up in the glass-enclosed funicular is an adventure in itself.

Estimated time: 30 minutes

Useful info

Summer schedule:
Tuesday to Sunday: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Monday: 1 p.m. to 7 p.m.
See the full schedule

Good idea

Packages are available that combine the Tower Observatory and the Since 1976 exhibit. Also, try going up the Tower in the lower level of the funicular and descending in the upper level to enjoy a different view.

Picture worthy

The Maisonneuve panorama from the glass-enclosed funicular
An 80-kilometre view of the Montréal area and St. Lawrence valley
A breathtaking panorama that’s been awarded a three-star rating—the highest available—by the Michelin Guide
The dorsal part of the Tower—or backbone—from the upper level of the funicular
The Olympic Village
The Port of Montréal
The Saputo Stadium

Step 4: Since 1976 exhibit and Stadium visit

The Since 1976 exhibition will take you on a journey to rediscover the history of the Olympic Park, from its construction to today. The exhibit features a number of artefacts, as well as photos, video archives, interactive digital content, and even reconstructions made to the building.

Estimated time: 1:30

Useful info

Schedule varies by season.
Summer schedule:
Tuesday to Sunday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Guided tour departures: 10:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m., 1:30 p.m., 2:30 p.m., 3:30 p.m., 4:30 p.m., and 5:30 p.m.
Monday: 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Guided tour departures: 1:30 p.m., 2:30 p.m., 4:00 p.m., and 5:30 p.m.

Good idea

Packages are available that combine the Tower Observatory and Since 1976 exhibit.

Picture worthy

You with the Olympic flame
You in front of the mosaic wall
The Olympic pools
The inside of the Olympic Stadium

Step 5: Olympic Park souvenir shops

The souvenir shop offers a wide variety of products, including post cards, shirts, stuffed toys, sweaters, and other souvenirs. You can also find a selection of items unique to the Olympic Park.

Estimated time: 15 minutes

Step 6: Have a bite

Feeling peckish? There are many options available to you, including the Sports Centre’s Café-boutique, Sol Resto and Sol Bistro at the Biodôme, and outdoor tables in the Grande Place where you can have a picnic. If the weather’s not cooperating, just use the tables in the Sports Centre mezzanine.

Estimated time: 30 minutes to 1 hour
Rate: Between $5 and $15

Useful info

Located near the entrance to the Sports Centre, the Place des Vainqueurs is surrounded by the flags of all the nations that took part in the 1976 games. It also features the names of the winners in every event.

Good idea

If the weather’s nice, take a stroll along the Grande Place for fantastic views of the Tower’s mast.

Picture worthy

The Place des Vainqueurs
The original outdoor furniture designed for the Olympic Games by Michel Dallaire
The Tower’s mast
The funicular that climbs the length of the mast

Step 8: Planétarium Rio Tinto Alcan

Two shows projected in 360º domes offer you a one-of-a-kind immersive experience.

Estimated time: 1 hour 30 minutes

Useful info

Open Tuesday, Wednesday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Good idea

Take advantage of the ”À la carte” package to visit 2 sites of your choice (Biodôme, Botanical Garden and Insectarium, and Planétarium).

Step 9: Timeline

The Timeline tells the story of the Olympic Stadium, capturing events that have marked its history since its construction in 1976.

Estimated time: 10 minutes
Rate: Free

Useful info

The Timeline will complement your leisurely walk along Pierre-de-Coubertin boulevard. Remember to read both sides of each sign to get the full story.

Good idea

Take as much or as little time as you’d like to enjoy the Timeline. Just 5 minutes will give you a good overview of the display.

Picture worthy

Many of the photos and stories found along the Timeline

Step 10: Café Invivo, located near the rotunda

Café Invivo offers a fresh menu of salads, sandwiches, soups, desserts, coffee, tea, and alcoholic drinks at affordable prices.

Estimated time: 30 minutes
Rate: Café Invivo’s menu and prices are available on their website.

Useful info

Open Monday to Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Good idea

If weather permits, enjoy the outdoor terrace. The interior of the rotunda features a collection of souvenirs from the Olympic Park’s history and architecture.

Picture worthy

Café Invivo’s beautiful décor
The interior of the rotunda

Step 11: The Olympic cauldron

The perfect place to take a photo. Those who love sports and the Olympics can remember their visit to the Stadium by taking a picture on the podium with the Olympic Stadium in the background.

Time to get from Pie-IX metro station : 5 minutes
Estimated time: 10 minutes
Rate: Free

Useful info

This site is the ideal place to catch an incredible view of the Olympic Stadium.

Good idea

Take a walk from Pie-IX Metro station to the cauldron via the sidewalk along Pie-IX boulevard. It’s a steep but rewarding climb.

Picture worthy

You on the podium
The Olympic Stadium
The Olympic cauldron
You in the #mtlmoment frame

Family

A self-guided tour for the whole family! Learn about the Olympic Park as well as the flora and fauna found in North America’s 5 ecosystems.

Duration of the tour : 5 h 30 - proposed time slot: 10:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Rate

Biodôme
Regular rate Quebec residents
Adult $20,25 $15,75
65+ $18,50 $14,75
Student (18+ with ID) $14,75 $12,00
5 to 17 years old $10,25 $8,00
Family (2 adults and maximum of 3 children) $56,00 $44,25

Observatory + Since 1976 exhibition package
Regular rate Quebec residents
Adult $35,50 $28,50
65+ $31,50 $25,50
Student $28,00 $22,25
5 to 17 years old $17,50 $14,00
Family (2 adults and maximum of 3 children) $87,50 $69,00

Sports Centre
Open swim Physical fitness
Adult (16+) $6,52 $16,96
Child (15-) $5,00
Senior (65+) $6,09 $16,96

Step 1: Visitor Kiosk

Stop by for information about the various attractions and activities around the Olympic Park. You can also purchase themed items as well as tickets and packages for various activities around the Park.

Time to get from Viau metro station : 2 minutes
Estimated time: 10 minutes
Rate: Free

Useful info

There are also other Visitor Kiosks around the site. Feel free to speak to someone at the booth if you need information on how to make your way around the site.

Good idea

Buy your tickets for the Montréal Tower and Since 1976 exhibit and avoid long line-ups later in the day.

Step 2: Biodôme

The Biodôme groups together 5 of North America’s most beautiful ecosystems under one roof, where hundreds of animals live in their natural habitat.

Estimated time: 1 hour

Useful info

Open Tuesday to Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Good idea

The Biodôme’s boutique offers many original gifts.

Picture worthy

Foliage, animals and ecosystems
The beautiful décor

Step 3: Have a bite

Feeling peckish? There are many options available to you, including the Sports Centre’s Café-boutique, Sol Resto and Sol Bistro at the Biodôme, and outdoor tables in the Grande Place where you can have a picnic. If the weather’s not cooperating, just use the tables in the Sports Centre mezzanine.

Estimated time: 30 minutes to 1 hour
Rate: Between $5 and $15

Useful info

Located near the entrance to the Sports Centre, the Place des Vainqueurs is surrounded by the flags of all the nations that took part in the 1976 games. It also features the names of the winners in every event.

Good idea

If the weather’s nice, take a stroll along the Grande Place for fantastic views of the Tower’s mast.

Picture worthy

The Place des Vainqueurs
The original outdoor furniture designed for the Olympic Games by Michel Dallaire
The Tower’s mast
The funicular that climbs the length of the mast

Step 4: Olympic Park Sports Centre

The Olympic Park Sports Centre is one of the most beautiful facilities of its kind in North America. The gym features breathtaking views of the aquatic complex, and the pools are bathed in plenty of natural light.

Estimated time: 45 minutes to 1 hour

Useful info

Open Monday to Friday from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Good idea

Forget something? The Sports Centre Boutique has plenty of swim gear, from bating caps to goggles, locks, towels, and more.

Picture worthy

Logo of the Montréal Olympic Games at the entrance to the Sports Centre
View of the pool from the mezzanine

Step 5: The Montréal Tower Observatory

At 165 metres tall, the Montréal Tower is the tallest inclined tower in the world. Stop at the Observatory at the top of the Tower for an incredible panoramic view of the city. The 2-minute ride up in the glass-enclosed funicular is an adventure in itself.

Estimated time: 30 minutes

Useful info

Summer schedule:
Tuesday to Sunday: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Monday: 1 p.m. to 7 p.m.
See the full schedule

Good idea

Packages are available that combine the Tower Observatory and the Since 1976 exhibit. Also, try going up the Tower in the lower level of the funicular and descending in the upper level to enjoy a different view.

Picture worthy

The Maisonneuve panorama from the glass-enclosed funicular
An 80-kilometre view of the Montréal area and St. Lawrence valley
A breathtaking panorama that’s been awarded a three-star rating—the highest available—by the Michelin Guide
The dorsal part of the Tower—or backbone—from the upper level of the funicular
The Olympic Village
The Port of Montréal
The Saputo Stadium

Step 6: Since 1976 exhibit and Stadium visit

The Since 1976 exhibition will take you on a journey to rediscover the history of the Olympic Park, from its construction to today. The exhibit features a number of artefacts, as well as photos, video archives, interactive digital content, and even reconstructions made to the building.

Estimated time: 1 hour 30 minutes

Useful info

Schedule varies by season.
Summer schedule:
Tuesday to Sunday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Guided tour departures: 10:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m., 1:30 p.m., 2:30 p.m., 3:30 p.m., 4:30 p.m., and 5:30 p.m.
Monday: 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Guided tour departures: 1:30 p.m., 2:30 p.m., 4:00 p.m., and 5:30 p.m.

Good idea

Packages are available that combine the Tower Observatory and Since 1976 exhibit.

Picture worthy

You with the Olympic flame
You in front of the mosaic wall
The Olympic pools
The inside of the Olympic Stadium

Step 7: Olympic Park souvenir shops

The souvenir shop offers a wide variety of products, including post cards, shirts, stuffed toys, sweaters, and other souvenirs. You can also find a selection of items unique to the Olympic Park.

Estimated time: 15 minutes

Visite express

Vous avez peu de temps? Voyez les incontournables du Parc olympique de Montréal.

Duration of the tour : 3 h

Rate

Observatory + Since 1976 exhibition package
Regular rate Quebec residents
Adult $35,50 $28,50
65+ $31,50 $25,50
Student $28,00 $22,25
5 to 17 years old $17,50 $14,00
Family (2 adults and maximum of 3 children) $87,50 $69,00

Step 1: Visitor Kiosk

Stop by for information about the various attractions and activities around the Olympic Park. You can also purchase themed items as well as tickets and packages for various activities around the Park.

Time to get from Viau metro station : 2 minutes
Estimated time: 10 minutes
Rate: Free

Useful info

There are also other Visitor Kiosks around the site. Feel free to speak to someone at the booth if you need information on how to make your way around the site.

Good idea

Buy your tickets for the Montréal Tower and Since 1976 exhibit and avoid long line-ups later in the day.

Step 2: The Olympic cauldron

The perfect place to take a photo. Those who love sports and the Olympics can remember their visit to the Stadium by taking a picture on the podium with the Olympic Stadium in the background.

Time to get from Pie-IX metro station : 5 minutes
Estimated time: 10 minutes
Rate: Free

Useful info

This site is the ideal place to catch an incredible view of the Olympic Stadium.

Good idea

Take a walk from Pie-IX Metro station to the cauldron via the sidewalk along Pie-IX boulevard. It’s a steep but rewarding climb.

Picture worthy

You on the podium
The Olympic Stadium
The Olympic cauldron
You in the #mtlmoment frame

Step 3: Timeline

The Timeline tells the story of the Olympic Stadium, capturing events that have marked its history since its construction in 1976.

Estimated time: 10 minutes
Rate: Free

Useful info

The Timeline will complement your leisurely walk along Pierre-de-Coubertin boulevard. Remember to read both sides of each sign to get the full story.

Good idea

Take as much or as little time as you’d like to enjoy the Timeline. Just 5 minutes will give you a good overview of the display.

Picture worthy

Many of the photos and stories found along the Timeline

Step 4: The Montréal Tower Observatory

At 165 metres tall, the Montréal Tower is the tallest inclined tower in the world. Stop at the Observatory at the top of the Tower for an incredible panoramic view of the city. The 2-minute ride up in the glass-enclosed funicular is an adventure in itself.

Estimated time: 30 minutes

Useful info

Summer schedule:
Tuesday to Sunday: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Monday: 1 p.m. to 7 p.m.
See the full schedule

Good idea

Packages are available that combine the Tower Observatory and the Since 1976 exhibit. Also, try going up the Tower in the lower level of the funicular and descending in the upper level to enjoy a different view.

Picture worthy

The Maisonneuve panorama from the glass-enclosed funicular
An 80-kilometre view of the Montréal area and St. Lawrence valley
A breathtaking panorama that’s been awarded a three-star rating—the highest available—by the Michelin Guide
The dorsal part of the Tower—or backbone—from the upper level of the funicular
The Olympic Village
The Port of Montréal
The Saputo Stadium

Step 5: Since 1976 exhibit and Stadium visit

The Since 1976 exhibition will take you on a journey to rediscover the history of the Olympic Park, from its construction to today. The exhibit features a number of artefacts, as well as photos, video archives, interactive digital content, and even reconstructions made to the building.

Estimated time: 1 hour 30 minutes

Useful info

Schedule varies by season.
Summer schedule:
Tuesday to Sunday: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Guided tour departures: 10:30 a.m., 11:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m., 1:30 p.m., 2:30 p.m., 3:30 p.m., 4:30 p.m., and 5:30 p.m.
Monday: 1 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Guided tour departures: 1:30 p.m., 2:30 p.m., 4:00 p.m., and 5:30 p.m.

Good idea

Packages are available that combine the Tower Observatory and Since 1976 exhibit.

Picture worthy

You with the Olympic flame
You in front of the mosaic wall
The Olympic pools
The inside of the Olympic Stadium

Step 6: Olympic Park souvenir shops

The souvenir shop offers a wide variety of products, including post cards, shirts, stuffed toys, sweaters, and other souvenirs. You can also find a selection of items unique to the Olympic Park.

Estimated time: 15 minutes