The Sapporo Olympic Museum, also known as the Sapporo Winter Sports Museum, is the perfect place to learn all about the rich history of snow sports in Sapporo. Experience winter sport events such as ski jumping, skating, and bobsleigh using the latest simulator!
Built on the site of Okurayama Ski Jump Stadium, which was the venue for the 1972 Winter Olympics, the Sapporo Winter Sports Museum offers a virtual ski jump, exhibits with memorabilia from the Olympics and other major winter sports events, and is right next to the Okurayama Observatory with its amazing night views of Sapporo. Hokkaido is famous for its snow and Sapporo has a long heritage of winter sports. It was the first Asian city to host the Winter Olympics, and holding the Universiade Winter Games and other major events has cemented its reputation in the world of winter sports. The Sapporo Winter Sports Museum is an excellent place to learn about and experience the Olympic Games and winter sports held in Sapporo.
1. Book your tickets for your preferred date and time of visit 2. Once your booking is confirmed, you will receive a printable e-voucher within 1–3 days 3. Print your voucher on A4 paper 4. On the day of your visit, exchange your printed voucher for a physical ticket at the ticket office 5. Present your physical ticket for entry