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Hockey Hall of Fame
Hockey Hall of Fame
The Hockey Hall of Fame is a vibrant, interactive, and innovative destination for guests of all ages and levels of interest. Themed exhibits are artistically designed to colorfully present hockey's passions and storied history. An exhilarating interactive rink area challenges guests to stop the shots from a virtual Wayne Gretzky and Mark Messier, try to score on Ed Belfour, and even record their own play-by-play on some of hockey's most legendary goals.
Not to be forgotten, the Hockey Hall of Fame is the proud home of the NHL's merit trophies, most significantly, The Stanley Cup - on display for guests to explore and touch. All trophies, along with portraits and biographies of each Honored Member of the Hockey Hall of Fame, are displayed in the Great Hall, an awe-inspiring heritage bank building (built in the mid-1880s) complete with ornate architecture and a spectacular stained glass dome, the largest of its kind in the Toronto area.
- Admission to the Hockey Hall of Fame
- All exhibits, movies, and interactive games/displays
- In and out privileges
Average visit lasts 2 to 3 hours; your admission is good for one day, with in-and-out privileges
Daily, except for Christmas Day, New Year's Day, and the Hall's annual Induction Day in November
Hours of operation:
Seasonal; please call the Hall for specific times
All areas of the Hall are wheelchair and stroller accessible. One wheelchair is available for guests at no charge, although an imprint of a major credit card will be required. If you intend to use this service, please call ahead and reserve the chair.
Children age 3 and younger are admitted for free. The main entrance to the Hall is on the Shopping Concourse Level of Brookfield Place, near the food court. No food or drink is allowed in the Hall. Cameras are welcome. Listed rate includes Capital Restoration Fund Contribution fee.