The Alf Engen Ski Museum Foundation operates a world-class history museum located at Utah Olympic Park, site of several 2002 Winter Olympic Games events. Emphasizing the development of winter sports in the Intermountain Region and their contributions to Utah's economy, the Alf Engen Ski Museum educates school children through our Educational Field-trip Program. Over 1,800 students each year, most from Title 1 (low income) elementary schools, learn about the water cycle and Utah's economy and history through Utah Core Curriculum-based presentations and docent-taught lessons. The museum pays for field-trip transportation and other fees, providing children from economically disadvantaged areas an educational experience they otherwise would not have. Since the museum opened in June, 2002, we have hosted over 875,000 visitors from around the world and over 5,000 students in our field-trip program.
Utah Olympic Park P.O. Box 980187 Park City, UT 84098