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We tried to hit as many Halls of Fame on our trip. This was a quick stop on our way through New York. It is a mile off the highway and easy to get to. The museum is small. The gift shop has the ring...More
This place was amazing!! It is not the biggest building but the amount of boxing history here is incredible!! The staff are very friendly and knowledgeable about all aspects of boxing!! This is a must stop for any boxing fan from the 70's-80's-90's and even...More
I love boxing, kickboxing, and Muay Thai.
My husband and I came here due to a random road trip we were on in upstate NY. My husband is a casual fan and enjoyed it as much as me. I would like to state it sits...More
My partner and I visited. He is an avid boxing fan and was overjoyed that while we were on a road trip this event was on . We ordered tickets on line and picked them up on the day of the event. Parking was no...More
My father was a golden glove champion and my husband took him to it. They were very glad they went. There were film clips of all the great old time boxes. Very, very interesting . Easy access and parking. Motel and restaurants within a stone...More
Day trip from NYC for me,0700 Outta NYC,5 & a bit hrs with a stop,Into Syracuse Then Taxi Out & Back to Museum. My advice would be to hire a car from Syracuse,aint no regular bus service to & from Canastota,But This is the way...More
We stopped in on the way back from the baseball hall of fame. We stayed at the local hotel which gave us free passes. The place is packed with boxing memorabilia. Bronze fists of inductees are everywhere. I grew up in the Mike Tyson, Evander...More
We were a bit disappointed. Not exactly what we expected. We were given a 2 minute guide, then on our own. More amateur memorabilia than the actual boxers. We paid $25.00 for admission. Then was led to another building where the original fight ring was,...More