This museum highlights the two Olympics held in Lake Placid. If you are a fan of the winter Olympics, this is a great way to spend a couple hours. Probably not very interesting for kids (ours were off hiking, so just my wife and I). We have some memories of "the Miracle on Ice" when USA won the gold in Hockey, which happened in that building. There is a little video thing of a bobsled run, and a video of going off a ski jump (which actually caused my stomach to feel a little strange). And there is a little video of the miracle on ice, the rest are static displays. Olympic torches, pins, metals, costumes/ uniforms, athletes... There was some kind of dance/ ice skating competition going on when we were there, which was a paid admission event, so the nice woman taking those tickets was letting folks in to see the ice rink, just for a minute or two, just from the entrance (since we had not paid to see the competition). It was worth it for us, but visit would have been much shorter if we had our two, under 20 year old kids with us. Just more interesting if you have some memory of the last Olympics held there, or a general interest in the winter Olympics.