An expansive park built for the 1988 Olympics, it is filled with paths that wind in and out of an art park containing more than 200 outdoor sculptures. It's the perfect place for biking, in-line skating, or just strolling. The Olympic Museum commemorates the 1988 games and gives a bit of overall Olympics history. Tennis courts, gymnasium, and other facilities are open for regular use. The indoor Olympic pool is also open to the public Monday to Friday from noon to 9pm.
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