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NCAA Hall of Champions, Indianapolis

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  • my daughter and grandson went here and he really really enjoyed it. I think the pare he really liked the most was the free half court for shooting Hoops.  more »
  • For five bucks, this is I can't miss. If you are into college sports then the cost invite you in. Need exhibits with a couple of interactive items. You can make the call watching baseball games as an ...  more »
  • This was not what I expected. I liked the short introductory film and that each sport was highlighted in the first floor of the museum, but I expected more information about the champions. It seemed l...  more »
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  • My opinion may be a bit centered since I wasn't there for a meeting. But nevertheless, the NCAA Hall of Fame was an incredible experience for me and my classmates! In one of my elementary schools, (I moved a lot) we went and did many athletic AND fun stations. I will never forget that experience. (Especially since it happened about over a year ago.)
  • It's a really neat place if you are into sports. In the hallways by the conference areas, there are some gorgeous painting, illustrations, and photographs on the walls. Honestly, i liked those more than the exhibits on display in the main part of the building.
  • Mississippi Valley State University enjoyed our visit to the NCAA Offices and the Hall of Champions! Great place and beautiful building. Thank you NCAA staff!
  • It's smaller than I expected but what is there is pretty cool especially the 2nd floor
  • Interesting and informative. Worth the price of admission