Tianjin D. Olympic Museum, one of the twelve members of the International Olympic Museum Network, is a non-profitable international organization approved by International Olympic Committee and China Olympic Committee. It is the first Olympic Museum entitled “Olympics” in China. The museum was planned, designed and founded by International Olympic Committee Member, the president of International Boxing Association, Mr.Ching-kuo Wu, who is also a world-renowned architecture expert and the curator of our Museum. The museum has rich collections of Olympic culture relics with the purpose of promoting Olympic cultures, spirits and making more people to know, experience and share Olympic history and glory.
    The museum has open structures and its main building is divided into upper and lower floors, which inherits the design concept of Lausanne Olympic Museum.The first floor lobby is a public area equipped with Multimedia Presentation Hall, VIP meeting room, Coffee Shop and a Gift Shop which has the exclusive right to sell souvenirs of international Olympics and successive Olympic theme feature. The second floor consists of three exhibition halls with the themes of the Olympic history, the Olympic Family and the Olympic spirit. most exhibits are Mr.Wu’s personal collections of the Olympic correlative cultural relics and souvenirs for several decades, including Olympic torches, medals, stamps, badges, coins, mascots, ect.
    The main function of the museum is to promote the Olympic culture, demonstrate the Olympic history and treasures to the public. Therefore people can know more about the Olympics, experience the healthy life philosophy of "faster, higher, stronger" and the Olympic spirit of "participation, justice, peace".
About the Olympic Musuem
    The Olympic Museum is a world-class museum where visitors – from all nations and cultures, young and old, Olympic fans or not – feel, experience and understand the complex and enthralling
story of the people – individuals or groups, sportsmen and entrepreneurs, heroes and ordinary people – who come together to make Olympism contribute to a better world through sport.
    It is a story of striving for excellence, respect, cooperation and mutual understanding during Games time or through more unknown actions. It is also a story about the journey of humanity through  architecture, design, urban planning, social and political history, art, fashion, technology, etc.
Central to this story, giving the magical touch to visitors, are the Olympic Games, the spectacular theatre at which four billion people are united every two years to celebrate the athletes and share the Olympic values.
Olympic Spirit