Customize Your Adventure!
Choose the option that best suits your needs! Full activity description and pricing listed below.
- Curriculum-Based, Structured Museum Program
Each student will receive an Education ROX Playbook that volunteers and staff will use to guide students through activity stations based on curriculum goals.
- Free Flow Museum Visit
Contained within the museum, students are free to explore where their inspiration takes them.
- Sport and Fitness Activities
Activities make a great field trip add on for students inspired by the Olympic Museum. Or come just for the activities themselves and have your students learn sport skills from our NCCP Fundamental Movement Skills certified Sport Leaders.
Once you have selected the activities of your choice, please fill out a Booking Request Form.
Olympic Experience Museum Options
|Olympic Experience (Structured, Curriculum Based Program)||$4.50/student||2 hours (90 minutes if combined with sport activities)||Students will rotate through structured activities lead by trained education volunteers and staff. They will learn about the historical, scientific, and cultural aspects of sport through interactive sport simulations and multimedia exhibits. Each student will work through a ROX Playbook that captures thoughts, reflections and learning.|
(Free Flow Museum Visit)
|$4.50/student||90 minutes (60 minutes if combined with sport activities)||Students will explore the historical, scientific, and cultural aspects of sport through interactive sport simulations and multimedia exhibits. Exhibits and simulations will be explored freely. Volunteers will be present in the museum but not leading the experience.|
Sport and Fitness Activity Options
|Court Games – Fundamental Movement Skills||$6.30 /student||90 minutes||Specialized sport session taught by Oval NCCP Fundamental Movement Skill Certified instructors. Games and activities are focused on building physical literacy through agility, balance, and coordination. Sports available include: basketball, volleyball, badminton, table tennis, handball, SNAG golf, and tennis.|
|Court Games – Team Building (ages 9+ yrs)||$6.30 /student||90 minutes||Create positive interactions, build confidence and exceptional classroom or team culture through games led by trained Olympic Oval Staff. Sports available include: basketball, volleyball, badminton, table tennis, handball, SNAG golf, and tennis.|
|Ice Skating||$236.25 for first 45 students. $5.25 / additional student||90 minutes||Have an Olympic sized ice rink all to your school! Ice skates and helmets are included. Skating instruction is available at an extra charge.|
|Climbing Wall - Climbing Only||$13.65 /student||90 minutes||Climb to new heights on the Oval’s indoor climbing wall. Experienced instructors will manage all safety including belaying and teach students the basics of climbing.|
|Climbing Wall - Learn to Belay (ages 13-18 yrs)||$31.50 /student for 2 90min belay sessions||90 minutes||Learning to belay provides students the skills and confidence to operate the safety equipment and ropes of the Oval’s climbing wall.|
|Intro to Speed Skating (ages 9+ yrs)||$247.80 up to 30 students||90 minutes||Be introduced to Speed Skating from Head Coach of the Short Track Legacy Program. Speed Skates, helmet and instruction provided. Ability to ice skate is a required pre-requisite.|
|Racing on Skates (ages 9+ yrs)||$247.80 up to 30 students||90 minutes||Fast, fun filled session of agility and speed on hockey skates. Individual and team challenges with an emphasis on fun and fitness. Ability to ice skate is a required pre-requisite.|
|Rowing & Paddling Tank||$6.30 /student||90 minutes||Learn the rowing stroke and why it is the ultimate team sport. Paddling is also available. *Rowing is taught to ages 14yrs+ and Paddling to ages 8yrs+.|
|Fitness Classes||$78.75 - $105|
capacity depends on class type
|45-60 minutes||Choose from traditional, athletic or mind/body specialty classes.|
|Oval Building Tour||$3.68 /student||45-60 minutes||Learn how history was made during the 2010 Olympic Winter Games and what makes the Richmond Olympic Oval the premiere legacy of those Games.|