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Located in within the Utah Olympic Park, the Alf Engen Ski Museum is one of the two exhibits organized by the Joe Quinney Winter Sports Center. In this museum visitors will not only enjoy the equipment exhibit about ski and other winter sports, but they can also get to participate. The idea of this museum was coined when a group of ski enthusiasts, thought that they need a facility where they can showcase everything about snow sports as well as the athletes who contributed to the sports.

Headed by Alan Engen, they started conceptualizing the museum in 1989 and the dreams came into completion when the museum welcomed its first visitors in July of 2002. It has been consistent in receiving many awards since its opening including the Best of State honors in the Museum and Attractions category. To this day more than 8,000 students were able to participate and enjoy the museum?s field trip program since its opening in 2002.

Admission to the museum is free and it is usually open every day except during special holidays like, Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year.
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