Nanjing Olympic Museum
An essential part of the legacy from the Youth Olympic Games Nanjing 2014, and with a mission to “review history, exchange culture, witness growth and share joy”, the Nanjing Olympic Museum was created to celebrate Nanjing 2014 and promote the Olympic spirit.
With the theme “Spirit of Century, City of Youth”, the Nanjing Olympic Museum was officially opened to the public on 17 August 2014.
The museum covers a surface area of 7,896m2, and its main pavilion area measures 5,034m2. There are six exhibition halls with more than 1,000 items, including “the Coubertin Manuscript”, torches, medals, wax sculptures of IOC presidents, videos and photos of various Olympic Games.