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Hockey Hall of Fame welcomes back fans

 

As a not-for-profit and registered charity, your Hockey Hall of Fame visit assists in preserving the legacy of our great game.

Hockey is back and you can get even closer to the game this summer at the Hockey Hall of Fame! Spread across 65,000 square feet, the Hall of Fame is a vibrant, immersive and interactive celebration of hockey and offers something for everyone.

Exhibit Highlights & Interactives Reopened

9 & 99: The Howe ● Gretzky Exhibition, the greatest compilation of milestone artifacts and rare personal memorabilia, all hand-picked by Hall of Fame curators from the Howe and Gretzky family collections, has been extended through the end of this year. The newly renovated Lord Stanley’s Vault, which houses the original Stanley Cup bowl dating back to 1893 and the magnificent Stanley Cup Championship ring display housed within the Esso Great Hall, is the highlight of any visit.

The Changing Face of Hockey: Diversity in our Game exhibit pays homage to the pioneers who confronted discrimination from the hockey world through their perseverance, talent and courage.

As Toronto recently entered into Stage 3, the Hall of Fame was pleased to reopen their popular interactive games, specifically the NHLPA Game Time model rink where guests can get active and test their skills against life-sized, animated versions of the game’s top NHL players and brush up on their broadcasting skills by calling the play-by-play and hosting their own SportsCentre in the TSN Broadcast Zone.

Travel the world in one room with the Tissot World of Hockey providing an unparalleled tribute to international hockey including artifacts from over 80 IIHF member countries. Relive the glory of Canada’s 100 years of international gold in a new display showcasing our nation’s hockey success on the world stage.

Did we mention the Memorial Cup has its home here too? On display in the Hometown Hockey zone, the Memorial Cup is the highlight of a special War Time Hockey feature marking 75 years since World War II.

Plan Your Hall of Fame Staycation

HHOF’s Travel Packages are back. Available in day trip or overnight options, these ultimate Toronto experiences provide the opportunity to stay the night at Le Germain Hotel Maple Leaf Square, dine at The Bottom Line’s summer patio, travel with VIA Rail, visit Ripley’s Aquarium and of course the one and only Hockey Hall of Fame + more!

Visit HHOF.com for more on Hockey Hall of Fame’s stringent health and safety measures and to plan your visit.

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