Rêver en blanc: the epic story of the Olympic Winter Games
9 DECEMBER 2021 – 27 FEBRUARY 2022
To mark the Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022, The Olympic Museum has put together a programme devoted to the history of the Winter Olympics and the current and future challenges the event faces.
Rêver en blanc: the epic story of the Olympic Winter Games exhibition
Photos, films, sports equipment and archive documents reveal some of the iconic moments from the Olympic Winter Games, from the very first edition, Chamonix 1924, to the present day.
The environmental and climate context is addressed through colourful information panels, interviews and podcasts, which shine a spotlight on the main challenges the Winter Games are facing.
Don’t miss: 80 original photos from the Olympic Winter Games from 1924 to 1968, an old-style bobsleigh, a model of the Chamonix 1924 ice rink, costumes from the ceremonies, outfits worn by competitors from around the world, and fun, interactive features where you can get your photo taken!
The official posters of the Olympic Winter Games exhibition
Check out the full collection of original posters at level -1 of the Olympic Museum.
Beijing 2022 exhibition
The Museum Hall presents the key features and iconic aspects of the Beijing 2022 Games.
Don’t miss: the torch and mascots of the XXIV Olympic Winter Games.
The walls of the TOM Café are adorned with photos by Erich Andres (1902-1995).
During the Beijing Games, Chinese gastronomy is on the menu at TOM Café.
A selection of iconic official Beijing Olympic merchandising items can be found exclusively at TOM Shop.
- Guided tours of the exhibition with our mediators, on Wednesdays and some weekends for the general public and families.
Schedules and online registration
- During the Beijing 2022 Olympic Games from February 4 to 20, 2022, live broadcasting of the opening and closing ceremonies as well as the competitions.
- School offers: Guided tour "Winter epic" on reservation
- À la Croisée des Jeux podcast series, in French and English. Available soon on Spotify, Google Podcast, YouTube and on the Museum's website. Topics include the birth and evolution of the Olympic Winter Games
- Audioguide in German (Available on site and on YouTube)
- Educational kit - The Olympic Winter Games (available in January 2022)
- Educational web series "A Day at the Museum: The Winter Olympics