The Olympic Ski Jump in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany is an impressive ski jump facility. Located adjacent to the ski resort of Garmisch-Partenkirchen, it was part of the 1936 Winter Olympic Games and holds an important piece of Germany's sports history. It includes a large jump tower with a 61m high jump platform, a smaller building with a platform at 38m, and two intermediate hills. Visitors can explore the area, the stadium and its surrounding ski grounds, and watch or participate in ski jumping competitions held throughout the year. Skiing exhibitions are another attraction that can be seen at the facility. Visitors can also find many historical artifacts and photographs related to the events due to its Olympic heritage, such as the stadium’s ski jumpers and the 1936 Olympic bronze medal winner.