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Hockey Hall of Fame

Canada’s favourite sport is displayed in the immersive, interactive Hall of Fame. You can spread out over 65k square feet with some traditional galleries that showcase history and artifacts from all over the world, but most spaces bring sports alive by putting you right into middle action.

At the Hockey Hall of Fame, you’ll feel like a proper professional with your own hockey stick and helmet. You can take an active role in this museum by getting dirty or just sitting back to watch history come alive before our eyes.

The Hockey Hall of Fame is the ultimate sports experience for any true hockey fan. Step into a replica of an NHL dressing room, call play-by-play from your own Sports Center spot, or host simulations with top players in 3D films – there’s something here that will make you feel at home. And don’t forget about taking photos during photo ops when it comes time to pick up The Stanley Cup.

The Hockey Hall of Fame is an attraction that draws visitors from all over the world, as well as student groups who often participate in educational programs. The centre offers extended hours during peak seasons, so try to come early if you want a good spot near one of their many interactive exhibits.

As you walk up the steps into the Hockey Hall of Fame, a handstamp is given to allow unlimited re-entry that day. Many guests tend to spend their time around this area while they visit with friends or family members who come as well.

The Hockey Hall of Fame, situated at 30 Yonge Street, Toronto, ON, Canada, is a place where you can take guided tours or self-guided. Tours are available through the map in your souvenir program, a download app that has over 50 customizable options based on themes like countries and women’s hockey, among other things. You also have an option to capture moments during the visit, which are then shareable via social media.

Hockey fans rejoice! The extensive Spirit of Hockey gift shop has everything you need to show off your love for this great game. Pick up some themed merch from authentic NHL and Hall induction apparel all the way down through souvenirs or novelties that will bring joy during any occasion.

The Hockey Hall of Fame has a café worth stopping at, or if you don’t want to go elsewhere, there’s “special edition” Tim Hortons right next door. The food here is a standard cup(of coffee) and doughnut fare as well as soups & sandwiches from Canada’s seven NHL teams; in addition, it has the neighbouring Bottom Line sports bar where patrons can enjoy classic pub grub like wings n’ burgers combined with hockey memorabilia on display throughout their establishment.

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