The Canadian Olympic House is open to the public!

On January 8th, the Canadian Olympic Committee (COC) announced that for the first time since 2002, the Canadian Olympic House will be open to the public. All Team Canada fans present in PyeongChang will have the opportunity to experience a Canadian ‘home-away-from-home’ during their stay in Korea!

The Canadian Olympic house will be a gathering point for Team Canada athletes, their coaches, friends, families and fans. Together, they will celebrate Canada in a place that represents the Canadian olympic spirit.

The COC collaborated with Sid Lee’s Toronto branch to create an emblematic second home for Canadians who will take part in the Olympic Winter Games. Participants can sit in the maple-leaf shaped stands to follow the events and have the opportunity to meet athletes and participate in the celebrations with them.

Athletes, friends and fans will get the chance to live the Olympic Winter Games together in PyeongChang!

An inauguration ceremony will take place on February 7th. The Canadian Olympic House will officially open its doors to all on February 10th.

The Canadian Olympic House is set to welcome 10,000 guests during the 17 days of the Winter Games. Will you be one of them?

ATPI Sports Events Canada includes an access ticket for one day to the Canadian Olympic House with each package. If you haven’t done it yet, create your perfect travel package now

ATPI Sports Events Canada ticketing booth will be located next to the entrance of the Canadian Olympic House (address: 387-3, Gyodong, Gangneung City, Republic of Korea). The ticketing booth will be open daily from 10 AM to 7 PM to pick-up or buy new tickets.

Please note that you will be asked to show your passport and order overview to pick up your tickets.