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Greyhound Hall of Fame, Abilene

(4.2/5 based on 50+ reviews on the web)
The Greyhound Hall of Fame is a 501c3 non-profit museum dedicated to the history of the greyhound breed and the history of greyhound racing. It honors the men, women and exceptional greyhounds who have made notable contributions to the history of the sport of greyhound racing in addition to telling the story of this magnificent breed.
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • Pretty disappointing, not much here to see. I would have liked more information to be available, and a bit more friendly staff would have been nice.  more »
  • Very informative place for information on greyhounds. They have resident greyhounds to greet you, just another way of learning about the breed. Nice gift shop with a variety of items.  more »
  • This museum is well worth a visit. It takes approximately two hours to completely tour this facility. This gives you sufficient time to visit with Ginger and Garry who are the greeter dogs. These dogs...  more »
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  • Just happened upon this place by chance. We love dogs, but wouldn't say we were particularly interested in greyhounds or greyhound racing...but we sure were glad that we stopped! Lots of interesting information (including historic information about the breed), and two retired racing greyhounds to meet you at the door. The museum is free, so all it will cost you is some time. They do have a souvenir shop, and a donation box, if you are so inclined. Lots of parking! Right across from the Eisenhower site, so it's easy to find.
  • Small but interesting to visit and it's free! Learned a few things about this racing business. Most memorable is be greeted by a couple greyhounds as soon as you get in.
  • Always enjoyable.