Hockey Hall Of FameCurrently Closed
- Address: 30 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M5E 1X8, Canada
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: 1-4163607765
- Ticket Price: 18 CAD
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museums, Sport, Educational Site
When it comes to their Hockey, the Canadians are some of the craziest fan in the world. So even if you aren’t a hockey fan (Which Most Canadians will find Bizzare) it is a good idea to visit the Hockey Hall of Fame. The reason for this being that you will get to learn a lot more about something that is an integral part of the modern culture of Canada.
The Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto houses an amazing collection of Hockey memorabilia from different aspects of the game. There is an NHL section which houses objects related to their National League. Greats from all fields of Hockey have been honored. There is also a replica of the Players’ dressing rooms with their jerseys and hockey sticks. You can even try your hand at a simulated hockey game or take a quiz to test your knowledge. Several rare collector’s items and objects are up on display. This place is definitely a unique and interesting place to visit to understand the Canadians’ Passion for this game.
Hockey fans would love to visit this attraction. For a more nuanced understanding, you can buy tickets for Hockey Hall Of Fame tours that offer you a detailed perspective on the attraction. Hockey Hall Of Fame Tickets are available in different categories such as Bike Tour, Hop on and Hop off that offer you fun times ahead. Hockey Hall Of Fame ticket prices are affordable and render you once in a lifetime experience. Tickets for Hockey Hall Of Fame take you through this exciting attraction with least hassles. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Toronto Itinerary 7 Days.
- The central zone of the Great Hall is the Stanley Cup. This is owing to the fact that part of a copy is put on presentation when the presentation measure surpasses outside of the Hall of Fame. The definitive form of the Cup and the more advanced rings, in addition to the sum of the present National Hockey League trophies, are shown in the bank vault, an anteroom off the Great Hall.
- Given ticket prices are for adults.
- Youth(4-13): 12 CAD
- Senior(65+): 14 CAD
- Children under 3: Free
- By Bus: Bus 121 stops at Yonge St At Front St West bus station.
- By Tram: The Wellington St West at Bay St light rail station is quite close by.
- By Subway: Subway 1 stops at King Station.
- By Train: Union Station is a short walk away.
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- Beer Bistro
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69.65% of people who visit Toronto include Hockey Hall Of Fame in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
47.55% of people start their Hockey Hall Of Fame visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Hockey Hall Of Fame
58.65% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Hockey Hall Of Fame
Great way to spend some time in downtown Toronto. They have an awesome inventory of hockey paraphernalia including NHL teams as well as international clubs. They have inactive games if you want to assess your goal tending skills. There are several very interesting videos that include interviews with players telling tales of how things used to be. Any hockey fan would enjoy time spent there.
Great memorabilia. I've read some reviews that said they only spent half hour here..... then they weren't true hockey fans! My son and I spent over 2 hours here and still had a ton of information to take in! They also have a few interactive games here as well which are free to play. We absolutely loved it! (Didn't hurt that the Stanley Cup was on display when we went)
The history in this place is astonishing. The interactive games are fun and if there is a line up people move through it very fast. And they are worth the wait. The 3D movie was fun. My kids loved it. Enjoy!!
Honor the achievements of some of the greatest stars in hockey at this shrine to Canada's national sport. This museum presented all a hockey-fan would love to see from the gear of the most famous hockey players in history to the award cups and even a mock-up locker room. It had much more, including information on women players, league players and players of color. There is no street level access and no signs from the street that guide you to the entrance. The entrance is underground via the PATH. This place is great! We had 1.5 hours but I could have spent a day.
This place Is awesome. They have activities that will challenge your hockey skills and your broadcasting skills. Also once you walk into this shrine you will be lost by how many artifacts they have. Did I mention you can also pose with the Stanley cup. Hope you enjoy your visit.