About Hockey Hall of Fame, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
The Hockey Hall of Fame was founded in 1943 to establish a memorial to those who have developed Canada’s great winter sport — ice hockey. It officially opened its doors at the Canadian National Exhibition in Toronto in 1961 and relocated to its present location at the corner of Yonge and Front Streets in 1993.
An annual induction ceremony takes place each November to honour outstanding contributors to the game.
What to do at Hockey Hall of Fame?
Attractions & Things to do
Experience the game that defines Canada and a sport that has been adopted by over 70 countries. Much more than a sports museum, the Hockey Hall of Fame is a vibrant, innovative and interactive celebration of hockey.
The Hall of Fame offers something for everyone: the finest collection of hockey artifacts at all levels of play from around the world; state-of-the-art games where you can face-off against life-size, animated versions of today’s top players in a model rink; themed exhibits dedicated to the game’s greatest players, teams and achievements; theatres; larger-than-life statues; a replica NHL dressing room; an unrivalled selection of hockey-related merchandise and memorabilia with in the store; and NHL trophies including, best of all, hands-on access to the Stanley Cup.
Experience NHLPA Game Time, the Hockey Hall of Fame’s revitalized model rink attraction that allows guests to go one-on-one against life-size, animated versions of today’s greatest goalies and shooters in the Shut Out and Shoot Out simulation games. Plus, the Cisco GameCAM Video System records every simulation game play so that guests can immediately download and share their Game Time experience with the world via social media.
HOCKEY CANADA CENTENNIAL EXHIBIT
Celebrate Hockey Canada’s top moments including the 2002, 2010 and 2014 Olympic Double Gold medal victories. This limited-time exhibit features iconic artifacts from Hockey Canada’s 100 year history.
LOS ANGELES STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS ARTIFACT DISPLAY
Now on display is an extensive exhibit dedicated to the 2014 Stanley Cup Champion Los Angeles Kings. Including; Jonathan Quick’s Stick – used in Game Five of Stanley Cup Final. Alec Martinez’ Gloves – used to score Stanley Cup-winning goal in overtime. Dustin Brown’s Shoulder Pads – worn throughout the 2014 playoffs and Jeff Carter’s Jersey – worn in Game One of Stanley Cup Final.
STANLEY’S GAME SEVEN (3D)
NOW PLAYING exclusively at the Hockey Hall of Fame – Stanley’s Game Seven (3D). Hockey’s first 3D film combines a stunning mix of original live action, computer generated 3D animation, and classic archival footage from some of the most renowned moments in Stanley Cup history – the film literally jumps off the screen. Hockey like you’ve never seen before! The 22 minute film plays at the top and half past each hour in the Hockey Hall of Fame’s new TSN Theatre and is included in the price of general admission. View trailer here.
PROMOS & SPECIAL EVENTS
The Hockey Hall of Fame features special promotions and programming throughout the year including Family Day, March Break, Summer, Induction Weekend Festivities (November) and the Holiday Break.
Have your child’s next birthday party surrounding the Stanley Cup! Party packages include access to the Hockey Hall of Fame, an exclusive 10 minute visit with the Stanley Cup, private party space, food and beverage, special gift for the birthday child and more. Team Party Packages also available. Details.
When to visit Hockey Hall of Fame?
The Hockey Hall of Fame is open year round, seven days a week. It is closed on Christmas Day, New Year’s Day and Hockey Hall of Fame Induction Day.
Public Hours of Operation:
Fall/Winter/Spring (except Christmas and March Break)
Monday – Friday: 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday: 9:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Sunday 10:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Summer (last week of June – Labour Day)/Christmas/March Break
Monday – Saturday: 9:30 AM – 6:00 PM
Sunday: 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Hours subject to change without notice. Please check HHOF.com prior to your visit.
Time Required to Visit
Although the average visit to the Hockey Hall of Fame is 2.5 – 3 hours, your admission is for the whole day. You’ll receive a hand stamp, and you can leave and re-enter as many times as you want (for example, to grab lunch or visit another attraction). Many people spend an entire day with us, or combine a visit to the Hockey Hall of Fame with a sporting event or visit to the theatre.
How much do Hockey Hall of Fame visit cost?
Admission / Ticket Cost
Youth 4-13yrs: $12
Seniors 65yrs+: $14
Children 3 years and under are FREE
All taxes included. Prices subject to change without notice.
Types of payment accepted
Visa, Mastercard, Amex, Cash, Debit
Coupons & Discounts
Special offers and promos are sometimes available on the official website.
Check AttractionsOntario.ca for coupons.
How to get to Hockey Hall of Fame?
The Hockey Hall of Fame is located in the heart of downtown Toronto at the corner of Yonge & Front Sts. in Brookfield Place (lower concourse level), a short walk from many Toronto attractions including Air Canada Centre, CN Tower, Ripley’s Aquarium, Rogers Centre and Eaton Centre.
Traveling by Car
Take the Gardiner Expressway to the Yonge Street exit and proceed north to Front Street.
Transit riders may choose either King subway stop or Union Station subway/GO Transit/VIA Rail stop, both connected to the Hockey Hall of Fame by Toronto’s underground walkway (PATH).
For Parking Information, click here.
What about Amenities & Accessibility at Hockey Hall of Fame?
Wheelchairs and Strollers can reach every area in the Hockey Hall of Fame. A wheelchair for guests that may require it is available on a first come, first serve basis.
Brookfield Places offers an extensive Food Court and restaurants including the popular Marché Restaurant. Other dining options are available a short walk from the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Hockey Hall of Fame Breakaway Packages enable you to create your own amazing getaway to Toronto! Each package includes first class VIA Rail transportation, accommodation at the new Delta Toronto, and a Hockey Hall of Fame visit. Options to add Toronto Maple Leafs and Blue Jays tickets are also available. Details.
Family restrooms on site. Gift shop at the museum.
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Brookfield Place, 30 Yonge Street, Toronto
Date: March 14, 2020 To March 22, 2020
Timing: 12:00 AM To 11:59 PM