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Hockey Hall of Fame, Toronto
(4.3/5 based on 2,600+ reviews on the web)
One of the largest collections of its kind in the world, Hockey Hall of Fame glorifies the famous names and storied history of Canada's most famous sport. Pay a visit to the museum, housed in a historic 19th century bank building, and explore its 15 different exhibits covering a range of hockey topics. You'll find collections of trophies, equipment, and other artifacts of the game amassed over the years, and you can even try taking a few shots yourself at the simulator. Don't miss the great hall, the crowning glory of the museum, which holds portraits and information commemorating the hall of fame's more than 250 inductees. To visit Hockey Hall of Fame on your holiday in Toronto, and find out what else Toronto has to offer, use our Toronto vacation route planner.
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  • This is kind of an unusual museum. If you have any interest in the sport of hockey then this is a must do when you go to Toronto. We highly recommend. If you're not interested in hockey don't go. 
  • I am a big hockey fan and love the history in hockey. It was very well laid out. Veery clean, didn't take long to walk thru. I thought it was a bit pricy, and the parking was 32 bucks so made out to b...  more »
  • What a great experience! For the older hockey fan who has followed an original six team for 40 years, the Hall of Fame was a real treat. But the highlight was learning that the Stanley Cup isn't locke...  more »
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  • If you love hockey, you need to come visit here. The entry is cheap and you can spend hours in here with all the history and information they provide. They have a cool setup where you can experience sitting in the old school locker room of the Montreal Canadiens. They have a vast amount of displays for international hockey as well. Don't forget to get your picture with Lord Stanley and all other trophies given out.
  • What I found really great about the Hockey Hall of Fame is how little emphasis there is with the NHL. This truly is a place that honors the sport of hockey at the national and international level. And, it's about all types of hockey; men's, women's, and ice sledge (for participants with disabilities). You can also view the Stanley Cup up close so that's pretty awesome!
  • On Oct 6th 2016 we had the entire hall to ourselves and the place is amazing HOWEVER the two young ladies that were working at the shooting area were absolutely rude! They were more interested in playing with there mobile phones than serving guests. One ever asked me to ask her extra nicely to play! WTF we paid big to attend. In defence to the other staff they were friendly and the food was superb! Funny how some individuals can spoil everything!
  • Finding the entrance was a bit complicated but once inside, it felt like walking into a temple. It was glorious. The interactive games were pretty cool and I especially liked the fact that they allow you to touch and take pictures with the cup.
  • Amazing Hall of Fame. The basketball hall of fame could learn a lot from this highly interactive, informative and friendly HHOF. Amazing artificats, cool trivia and a chance to take your photo with the real Stanley Cup! No one rushed us and we spent several hours wandering around. The 1 star ding is for the shop. Limited number and types of hockey sweaters. So far, the baseball Hall of Fame had the best and most unique merchandise. All in all a great visit. Not too expensive either. Park down the block for better deals on parking.