Location: 30 Yonge St Toronto, ON M5E 1X8, Canada
Phone: +1 416 – 360 – 7765
Hours: 10:00 am to 5:00 pm (in average)
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Neighborhood: Financial District
Founded by the Canadian Amateur Hockey Association’s former president, James T. Sutherland, the Hockey Hall of Fame was officially established during the 1930s and 40’s. Sutherland wanted the hall to honor all hockey players regardless of nationality and as such, was initially called International Hockey Hall of Fame. Today, the hall of fame is so large that one could conceivably get lost amid all of its awe-inspiring artifacts and trophies.
This 60,000 square foot museum has been divided into the 17 zones so that you’re sure to not miss a thing; Entrance Foyer Displays, NHL Zone, Canadiens Dressing Room, Via Rail Stanley Cup Dynasties,TSN Theatre, Panasonic Hometown Hockey, the NHLPA Be A Player Zone, TSN/RDS Broadcast Zone, EA Sports NHL Slapshot Zone, Game Time Trivia, Upper Deck Collectors’ Corner, Tim Hortons Theatre, Tissot World of Hockey, Global Game Encounter, Esso Great Hall & NHL Trophies, Spirit of Hockey Retail Store, Exterior Sculptures and the Doc Seaman Hockey Resource Centre.
With all of these great zones, it’s hard to know where to begin! One of the largest zones in Hockey Hall of Fame is the NHL Zone. The NHL Zone houses: the NHL Today, NHL Retro, NHL Legends, and NHL Milestones. Together, this showcase highlights the history of NHL as a whole.
Sports enthusiasts will definitely enjoy this walk through hockey past as they explore the NHL Zone. Hockey Hall of Fame Mask Wall (consisting of over 30 iconic masks, exterior sculptures and Stanley Cup Championship artifacts). Hockey Hall also showcases a not-to-be-missed collection of hockey greatness captured on photographs in its gallery. Pay a visit to the Esso Great Hall and bask in the greatness of trophies such as the Stanley Cup: here, you can have your photograph professionally snapped next to the legendary cup (for a fee).
The Hockey Hall of Fame preserves ice hockey’s history and serves as a gateway for the future generations to learn and appreciate the origins of their favorite game. As today hockey is gaining popularity internationally, visiting the museum will surely spark your family’s interest and enthusiasm for this chilly sport.
Perhaps most important of all, a visit to the Hockey Hall of Fame serves as an inspiration to struggling and aspiring hockey players and athletes in all sports. If you happen to be hungry after basking in the glory of all those accomplishments, the Marché restaurant group offers swiss-inspired healthy food selections right in Brookfield Place. If you plan ahead, you can print a coupon from the HHOF website to redeem for a discount from the onsite Marché bakery!
If you’re a sports enthusiast, this truly place is perfect for you. Even if you’re not a hockey fan, visiting the museum might change your mind. Explore the popular sport of hockey by meandering through various exhibits that’ll surely take you back in time to the start of this wondrous sport. So what are you waiting for?
Gather your friends and slide your way over to the Hockey Hall of Fame and get to know more about Canada’s favorite past time! Have you been to the Hockey Hall of Fame? What tips do you have for future visitors? What was your favorite zone? If you haven’t been yet, be sure to stop by here after you go and tell us all about your visit!
Regular Admission Fees:
Youth (Ages 4 – 13): $11.00
Senior (Ages 65 and above): $13.00
Children (Ages 3 and below): Free