Athletes from all over the world gathered for the Sapporo Winter Olympics, which featured many moments of emotion and drama that are still spoken of today. The Sapporo Winter Sports Museum preserves the legacy of the Olympics, which will never be forgotten by sports fans and the citizens of Sapporo, and also introduces the history of winter sports in Sapporo for its further promotion and development.
The museum features the Exhibit Zone, where visitors can view valuable documents from the Olympics and other competitions as well as historical materials related to winter sports. There's also the Sensation/Experience Zone, where you can learn more about competitions through game simulations, and the Competition Information Zone, which provides information about game rules, the latest equipment, and athletes. The museum is the perfect place to see, touch, experience, and feel the fun and wonder of winter sports.
|Groups (fifteen or more people)||¥540|
|Junior high school age or younger||Free|
* Fees shown are for one person.
Applications for groups/contact information
If you would like a guided tour, please contact us by the day before your visit.
|April 1 - April 30||9:30am - 5:00pm|
|May 1 - October 31||9:00am - 6:00pm (*1)|
|November 1 - March 31||9:30am - 5:00pm|
|Closed||Never (open every day)|
* Tickets are sold until thirty minutes before the Museum closes.
Burari Sapporo Kanko Bus (JR Sapporo Station ↔ Okurayama)
Twelve buses daily from late April to early November
For more information, please visit the JR Hokkaido Bus website
The parking lot ensures that it is convenient to visit the Museum by car. It can hold fifteen buses and 113 private automobiles, and is connected to the Museum via an escalator.
* Parking for regular vehicles may not be available due to regulations in place on days with official practices or competitions. Please contact us for more information.
Escalator from the parking lot
Okurayama Information Center (inside the Jump Stadium)