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I visited here while having coffee next door to it.
I decided to at least decide to give it a look-see as my stepdad is a huge wrestling fan.
It's only a few bucks to go through the museum and they have some great memorabilia...More
Really awesome place!! Tons of cool stuff... brought back lots of memories!! The gentleman working was very informative and full of knowledge. If you’ve ever been a fan of wrestling, it’s a must see place!!! Had a great time. Highly recommended!!
Thoroughly enjoyed this blast from the past. Cowboy Johnny Mantell was a gracious host and shared his insight into the history of wrestling and great stories. They’re not open all the time so check before you go.
Drove all the way from AUSTIN, while on VACATION to see this place before they CLOSE AT 5 PM ON SUNDAYS... only to get there at 3:15 pm, and it was CLOSED!
I guess you have to be rich or special or privileged to experience...More
Myself and some friends are road tripping across country and stumbled upon this place. We immediately knew this would be a cherry on top of an already great road trip. We looked up the hours which said they closed at 6pm and we were going...More
My wonderful wife found this for us to tour while vacationing in Texas because she knows I'm an old school wrestling fan. Meeting and talking with Cowboy Johnny Mantell about the the World Class days and just wrestling in general was a treat. He is...More
This is really for those who are old enough to remember before Hulk Hogan and Wrestle Mania started. This is a
must for people over 50. The way wrestling once was-- I would not drive a long distance to visit, but if your in the...More
This place is fantastic if you are a pro wrestling fan , but also for those just curious and want to see something different in the area. The Museum has a # of posters and memorabilia on display and it is a shrine to professional...More
My husband and I stopped by on our way to Amarillo. Great collection of real wrestling memorabilia. The greats of the early days of the sport and the elaborate outfits of the era. A must see for any wrestling fan
Gotta love the Pro Wrestling Hall of Fame. As a fan of wrestling for many years, I loved seeing photos of guys like Greg "the hammer" Valentine, Haystacks Calhoun and many others. There were some ex-pro wrestlers on hand. Ted, who runs the Wrestling Hall...More