Adjacent to Rice-Eccles Stadium at the University of Utah, site of the 2002 Olympic Winter Games Opening and Closing Ceremonies, the Olympic Cauldron Park has preserved the very best memories of the XIX Olympic Winter Games. The purpose of the park is to enable the public to share many of the magical, once in a lifetime, experiences that made the 2002 Olympic Winter Games so unforgettable.
- At the park’s center stands the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Cauldron.
- The Salt Lake 2002 Visitors Center and Theater provides a multi-sensory experience like no other—a gallery of color images, and a breathtaking film allow you to see the games like you never have before.
- The Visitors Center is a unique space available for private rental.
- The Hoberman Arch, where athletes received their medals, resides in the park.
The Olympic Cauldron Park is a proud member of the Foothill Cultural District. Please visit us online at www.Foothillcd.com
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The park includes the Hoberman Arch, 2002 Olympic Winter Cauldron Park Theater, Cauldron Park, and the photo gallery located inside the visitor’s center. The theater showtime is about 10 minutes and highlights the 2002 Salt Lake Olympic Winter Games with special effects, fog, lights and more. Located just south of the Cauldron itself along the fence is a day by day tribute in photos of the 2002 Olympic Winter Games.
451 South 1400 East
Salt Lake City, Utah 84112
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Admission to The Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Cauldron Park is free.