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NCAA Hall of Champions, Indianapolis

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  • My teenagers and I visited the NCAA Hall of Champions during a trip to Indianapolis. I had a deal from Groupon for $10 (4 tickets). The museum was very nice and modern. It was easy to navigate through...  more »
  • Nice little hall but thought it would have little bit more. Seemed to focus on the smaller schools. Did have some nice exhibits and an interactive area on the second level.  more »
  • This was a great stop for my 12 year Olds. They enjoyed the movie at the beginning and the interaction and learning the different NCAA sports offered. They also enjoyed shooting a few hoops, competing...  more »
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  • A great place to spend some time. My family loved it, the interactive games, the scavenger hunt, the theatre, were all top notch. The ambassadors were also very knowledgeable and helpful. Definitely a must visit if you are in Indianapolis.
  • Museum is a waste of time and space. As a college sports fan, I was really looking forward to some cool artifacts or unique exhibits. You start the tour off in a room with kiosk for different sports with nothing more than wikiepdia like list of each National Champion. I can find this list on the internet, this is not unique or interesting. Upstairs was like a cheap video game parlor of poor interactive exhibits. I have seen better displays at a small town public library. If you want to kill 45 mins in Indy, go ahead but if you are looking for a unique NCAA experience, you will be disappointed.
  • Good display of memorabilia but the interactive games were the best part. Luckily it wasn't crowded when we were there but I would see it being pretty I enjoyable if it was a busy day. For $5, it was good entertainment but don't expect to spend more than 2 hours inside.
  • They did a nice scavenger hunt for our students and gave the winning team a prize. Made the museum more exciting.
  • Very inexpensive museum. I really enjoyed the fact that it is very interactive. It could however use more historical artifacts or original jersey or shoes that were used by collegiate stars. It could also use a key to allow me to understand D1,D@ & D# and other designations used at the collegiate level. Kids will have a blast here.