Hockey, a sport that defines Canada like no other, has caught on in over 70 countries around the world. More than just a sports museum, the Hockey Hall of Fame is an exciting, immersive and hands-on celebration of the game of hockey.
With over 65,000 square feet of exhibits, the Hockey Hall of Fame offers something for everyone. You'll get to see an outstanding collection of hockey artifacts representing all levels of play from around the world. Participate in hands-on games where you'll face-off against animated, life-size versions of some of the best players of the day. Browse through themed exhibits devoted to hockey's stellar players, teams and achievements. There are also theatres, bigger-than-life statues and a replica NHL dressing room for you to check out. Last, but not least, are the NHL trophies including, best of all, hands-on access to the Stanley Cup itself, centrepiece of the Great Hall. A replica is used when the real cup is 'travelling' outside its home at the Hall.
In addition to its role as a museum of hockey history and memorabilia, the Hockey Hall of Fame has the mandate of honouring great hockey players. Players inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame are selected by a process of nomination and secret ballot by a selection committee made up of 18 persons with knowledge and expertise in various areas of the sport. Some notable inductees include Wayne Gretzky, Gordie Howe, Guy Lafleur, and Mario Lemieux.
At the end of your visit be sure to check out the extensive collection of hockey merchandise and memorabilia in the store. You can be sure of scoring some great souvenirs that you will be proud to add to your own collection.
For additional information about the Hockey Hall of Fame see the official website link above.
Facts For Your VisitFee: Yes
Open Now: NoHours This Week:
- Monday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Tuesday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Wednesday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Thursday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Friday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
- Saturday: 9:30 AM – 6:00 PM
- Sunday: 10:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Address: 30 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M5E 1X8, Canada
Phone: (416) 360-7765
Official Website: Hockey Hall of Fame
|TTC Subway Line||Nearest Station||Walking Time|
|Yonge-University-Spadina||Union Station||4 MInutes|
How to get to Hockey Hall of Fame by TTC Subway
No bus needed. Exit Union Station onto Front Street and walk just over 1 block east to Yonge Street. The Hockey Hall of Fame is on the northwest corner.
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Ratedout of 5
Hockey fans unite! I love this place. You have to go at least once in your lifetime.
Anton Smith - 15 days ago
If you like hockey be sure to visit. Always changing up the showcase display. Entrance is at the lower level in the PATH or concourse. Affordable. No coat check so in the winter be prepared to lug your coat (and your children's coats) Cool interactive games that allow you to email the results to yourself.
Marty Fraser - 19 days ago
Great museum. You must see this place if you are at all interested in hockey. A very well done and a very well maintained museum. It is a must see and do if you are in Toronto, Canada. You truly get a feel for Canada here. The history of hockey it is truly fascinating. A must see and do.
Michael Sargent - 1 month ago
Great for hockey lovers, and those wishing to learn about the sport. Activities for all age groups. Great hi-tech interactive displays for those who not so much into the history, prepare to spend at least 2 hours.
Uton S - 2 months ago
This was one of the reasons my friends and I took a trip to Toronto and we were not disappointed one bit. From all the old relics over the years, we were in awe of everything on display. Quite a feast of goodies for anyone into hockey. A must go. We spent about an hour and a half here, but could have easily spent longer if we stopped to read each and every little thing on display here. Also loved the mock up locker room they had with jerseys from over the years hanging.
Ramy stein - 4 months ago