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Hockey Hall of Fame

Brookfield Place - Concourse Level | 30 Yonge Street (at Yonge & Front Sts.), Toronto, Ontario M5E 1X8, Canada
+1 416-360-7765
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Hours Today: 10:00 - 17:00
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Brookfield Place - Concourse Level | 30 Yonge Street (at Yonge & Front Sts.), Toronto, Ontario M5E 1X8, Canada
Downtown West
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+1 416-360-7765
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We all know the Canadians love their hockey so you kinda have to give it a visit. Moses pretty much what it says on the tin. It does have lots of cool jerseys and the history of the sport and teams. They is a huge...More

Thank Ady B
Reviewed 2 days ago

To quote a song by the Arrogant Worms, Me Like Hockey. This is hockey heaven on earth. It was amazing and interesting to see how the league transformed from six teams, (Montreal, Toronto, Chicago, Detroit, Boston and New York) with only Canadians and Americans playing...More

Thank Abram M
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Weather you are a huge hockey fan or not this is a place to visit. Mock locker rooms and shooting pads. Many interactive exhibits makes it a fun experience for everyone. Hockey fans stop by the shop on your way out they offer lots of...More

Thank Lisetteki
Reviewed 4 days ago

My husband's favorite place. I thought it was very well done. I anticipated being bored as I'm not as big a hockey fan as my husband. But I was pleasantly surprised. The way it was arranged and how it appeared was very enjoyable. Took lots...More

1  Thank wecope
Reviewed 4 days ago

If you love hockey, this stop is a must. This is hockey all the time, from the past to the present. There are interactive stops such as shooting or playing goal against the greats. You can also be in a booth announcing classic games. The...More

1  Thank SJL369
Reviewed 4 days ago

Beautiful old bank building, turned hockey museum. Lots of hockey memprabilia, from the older days to present. The displays are set up for easy viewing and informational. Many interesting pieces from around the world. Mock locker room, try your luck as a goalie at a...More

1  Thank SarahJane519
Reviewed 4 days ago

This museum of hockey history is certainly worth seeing while in Toronto. There is plenty to see and do and a Stanley Cup you can take pictures with. There are interactive games and a chance to play goalie. The 3D movie isn't bad but may...More

1  Thank LaurLaw
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

You must been there if you like icehockey its so historical- and the movie 3D is great - my personal favorite- the picture with all this important cups

Thank Roger F
Reviewed 5 days ago

One of the main attractions my wife and I wanted to see during our stay was to go to the HHOF. WOW, for this "Senior" hockey purist, this was a real treat. EVERYTHING Hockey with interactive fun. As a Detroit Red Wings of 50+ years...More

1  Thank Robert B
Reviewed 6 days ago

Located within an old bank, this gem of a Hall of Fame is a must see for all hockey fans. The displays are quite attractive and are set up nicely for pictures. It is a bit of a maze to get through the different sections....More

1  Thank Ryan S
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Stephen J
When is the best time to come and see the Stanley Cup?
10 May 2017|
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Response from Joegoblue1949 | Reviewed this property |
Oh my gosh-thanks for your question but I plead total ignorance! We are from the Seattle area-today's news is that Seattle officials are seriously considering holding part of the Seattle Center for a new hockey team! We were... More
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Tammy P
How much is parking in the area?
27 February 2017|
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Response from wowsomanyusernames | Reviewed this property |
There's a good place on the corner of Scott St and Scott Lane (a bit hidden) but it's for $7. Pretty adorable.
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MomofJx2
How much time should we expect to spend at the hall of fame?
11 January 2017|
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Response from Steven J | Reviewed this property |
I would allow 2 hours. a liitle longer if a very devoted fan of hockey and interested in history of the sport.
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