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Hockey Hall of Fame Toronto

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Hockey Hall of Fame
Brookfield Place
30 Yonge Street
Toronto
ON
M5E1X8
Tel: 416 360-7765

Where are we going today?

Hockey fans....you will be in your element at the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto! Kids can learn all about some of the greatest players ever to grace the ice, as they check out the LARGEST collection of hockey memorabilia in the world!

The Hockey Hall of Fame has a number of exhibits that you can explore as you walk around. Even the foyer when you arrive is filled with a number of displays, including the Puck Wall, the Mask Columns, and gives you a sneak peak at the 60,000 sq ft of exhibits, interactive games and precious artifacts that await you!

Next stop is the NHL Zone, with 6,000 sq ft of exhibits that showcase the stars and highlights of today's NHL.

The broadcast zone is a fun insight into the television broadcasting of hockey, or you can play the Slapshot Trivia and see how much you really know about the game!

Kids will also love the Upper Deck Collector's Corner, with collectibles from Wayne Gretzky himself! Parents might find themselves taking a trip down memory lane with the hockey cards dating back to the 1930s. Perhaps you remember some from your childhood!

A highlight of the Hockey Hall of Fame is the Esso Great Hall, where even the building, built in 1885, is worth seeing. Inside, kids can come face to face with all of the major NHL trophies, along with the greatest collection of silverware in the entire world, including THE most famous of them all - The Stanley Cup!

Yep - face to face, kids!

So why not spend your day around one of the greatest sports in the world at the Hockey Hall of Fame. You never know, kids - you might one day see your photo on those walls!

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How much does it cost?

  • Adults$18
  • Children$12 (Ages 4-13)
  • Free Under: 3 years
LAST UPDATED 2017

When can we go?

9:30am/10am open, 5pm/6pm close - check ahead as changes on the season

Open 363 days a year, closed Induction Day & Christmas

Teachers corner

They have 3 programs for different age groups that are perfect for that educational day out - and an inspirational one too!.

I'm Hungry!

There are refreshment and snack machines inside, but you can re-enter and grab lunch in the nearby area.

Any Top Tips?

The average visit is 3 hours, but your admission is valid for a whole day so you can get your hand stamped, and re-enter as much as you like!.

Need a little extra help?

Wheelchairs can reach every area of the Hall of Fame! There is also an elevator available on a first come basis, free of charge.

Baby Facilities

There are baby changing beds in both bathrooms.

More information

It's worth nothing there aren't any lockers, so make sure you will be happy carrying your belongings with you.

What people are saying?

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    Got the jersey I've been looking everywhere for! took pictures with the stanley cup. Should visit if your a hockey fan :)

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    So awsome took a pic with the stanley cup

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    Five stars if you follow hockey. Your mileage may vary.

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    Love this place...Such history, such nostalgia...So many hockey greats! How I enjoy being here. An awesome place, check it out if you like hockey, and sport memorabilia of course.

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    My kids absolutely loved it. I have to say it was surprisingly well done!

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