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Hockey Hall of Fame, Toronto

Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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4.3/5 based on 2,400+ 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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  • I loved my visit. There are attractions for all tastes. Possibility to touch the Stanley Cup. The entry cost is affordable given the size and content of the Museum.
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  • Great few hours spent here. The memorabilia is great and the games are a blast! Will be back again and would recommend to other hockey fans! 
  • Once a postal office, this has become a pilgrimage for ice hockey fans from all around the world. Located in the heart of downtown Toronto, the museum itself is an extremely fascinating place to visit...  read more »
  • 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.
  • Today we visited the Hockey Hall of Fame. It was very impressive even for a non hockey fan like myself. There are opportunities to be engaged in activities for people of all ages. The information is also endless. Don't forget to have your picture taken with the Stanley Cup! The reason I gave this place 3 stars is because of the accessibility. First of all, you have to go to the "concourse" to get in. But, the gift shop is on the first floor. You can't enter through the gift shop, only exit. So don't make the mistake of going to the gift shop before you are finished the exhibits. If you do you have to walk all the way back through the building, down to the concourse and then back through the hall again to the entrance. Total pain in the ass. Recommendation to the HHOF - make the gift shop the entrance and the exit to improve accessibility.
  • Amazing. Even if you're not the biggest of the fans. If you are though, spare a good chunk of time to go through all hockey related floors of stuff to see and do. My tip is to get the hop on/hop off tour and her off in front of Sony arena. From there you can get back on the bus or walk to the market(which is closed on Sundays), to Distillery district and to the cathedral which has a great chorus singing during the mass, which is beautiful, even if you're not very religious.
  • I had a great time! I love hockey. I had a blast at the Hockey Hall of Fame. The trophy room was awesome! A beautiful stained glass window on the ceiling, all the trophies and all the members in one place.
  • The Hockey Hall of Fame is the place to take any lover of the sport. The activities and history in the hall combines fun with education. It has continued to expand its exhibits to include international and women's hockey. I have built up a rather large hockey jersey collection by visiting the gift shop following my visits to the hall.
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