The lasting memento of Calgary's role as host of the 1988 Winter Olympics stands in Olympic Park, which was the site for ski jumping, luge, and bobsledding during the Games. The Olympic Hall of Fame and Museum features the world's largest collection of Olympic artifacts, including the torch used to bring the flame from Greece; costumes and equipment used by the athletes; superb photographs; and a gallery of all medal winners. The reason why the park is still an exciting destination is the availability of activities and lessons. In winter, both adults and children can take downhill and cross-country ski lessons, learn to ski jump or snowboard, or get an introduction to snow skating. More exciting are the opportunities to ride a luge or bobsled. In winter, for C$165 adults, you can experience the twists and turns of the Olympic Track in a bobsled. In summer, there's mountain biking, a kid-friendly Eurobungy (a trampoline-like bungee jump), zip-lining, minigolf, and a climbing wall.