As you know, Canada holds a leading position in world hockey, this sport is literally worshiped here. Hockey Hall of Fame - an exhibition dedicated to the development and establishment of Canadian hockey. Here you can learn about the history of the NHL, see biographies of great players, look at the hockey uniform and inventory of teams from different countries.
30 Yonge Street, Toronto
I had a blast here, such an awesome Hall of Fame and a true honor to hockey. Has the humble beginnings of hockey from back in the 1890’s, and brings i.. Read more »t forward to the last Stanley Cup Champions Colorado Avalanche. Tons of history, not just NHL, but Olympics, Women’s, Minor leagues and international leagues. Loved the summit section, such history there. The mask exhibit was cool with a nice shout to Plante for being the first to insist on a mask. Plenty of things for kids too, interactive shootouts and also goaltending drills. Had a wonderful time and for $20 or so a person it’s a superb value. The gift shop at the end is also nice, nothing outrageously priced.
The Hockey Hall of Fame is a great place for hardcore fans and newcomers alike. It's rich in history, has a great display, and great interactive exhib.. Read more »its too. Next time you're downtown, make a stop at the hall. It's especially special during the hockey season so don't miss out!
Really cool place! I really enjoyed it. First time in Toronto. Great experience if you are a sports fan!
You'll need at least an hour to get through .. Read more »the exhibits.
Well worth the time and reasonable cost. Impressive collections as well as a few fun, interactive experiences. I was even impressed and entertained fo.. Read more »r over 3 hrs as not much of a hockey fan, but the joy of watching my hubby be like a kid on Christmas morning, was the best part. Don't miss out on going upstairs to take a pic with the Stanley Cup, at only $10 it's a fun and affordable souvenir and moment for any hockey fan.
This is truly a Hockey Palace. You can really tell that they want people to explore all the things because its HUGE. I don't think I manage to explore.. Read more » everything in 4 hours. Plus the 9/99 exhibit is a must see while it's still their. There is many fun activity for the whole family to enjoy together. A must see when coming To Toronto.
Oh it was an amazing experience. Walking around seeing all the great scenes and items hanging on display. The shot the puck and shootout were fun for .. Read more »the family. The main item was walking up the stairs into the great Hall. The presentation of the trophies and all the hall of fame walls was amazing. The staff members that took my family picture with the cup was great to talk to, as he even knew the Windsor area where we were from. He was talking like he still lives there and how he went to University and watched lots of hockey. It was a great way to experience everything.
LOTS of items on display, interactive activities (movies, Sportscentre desk, shoot on the goalie or BE the goalie), and of course the trophies. Respec.. Read more »tfully displayed. We spent 4 hours working our way through because we were reading a lot of the placards and watched the video about Gordie Howe and Wayne Gretzky. We didn't want to miss anything. If you're a casual fan wanting to learn the history of the game, or are a big fan wanting to see artifacts of the game you love, it's a must see.
It was a great experience. The place is very nicely set up, so much history and character. You can easily spend an hour and a half to two hours here... Read more » The interactive elements made it fun.
Fascinating experience! Well worth the trip!
If you're a die hard hockey fan you'll feel like a little kid again, if you're a causal hockey fan or not.. Read more » a fan at all, the historical pieces might be of interest!
Overall had a great time and taking a photo with the Stanley Cup was a plus!
What a cool experience for any hockey fan! Amazing displays, plenty of history and memorabilia. Enjoyed the 9 & 99 featured display, two of the best t.. Read more »o ever play the game. You can get your photo taken with the Stanley Cup for a small fee.
Interactive games can get quite busy. There's plenty to see for all ages, I'd budget about 2 hours here as there is a lot to see!
This is Mecca for any hockey player, almost a religious experience.
Spent a few hours there. Not a kid anymore, but lot's to enjoy for any age.
At 6.. Read more »0, I still enjoyed the interactive games; shooting on a virtual goalie, and taking the net to stop a virtual hockey player from scoring.
Really enjoyed seeing the Stanley Cup. Only chance a Leaf fan like myself will get close to it, so I spend a little extra time in the trophy room on the 2nd floor.
Enjoyed the Gretzky and Howe exhibit. It should remain permanent as they are and were the greatest ever.
On exiting you go through the gift shop. Purchased the new '72 Series book by Morrison. Lots of stuff to buy, but the real memorabilia is downstairs.
What an amazing Hall of Fame!! Great items and elements to see. Many interactive areas for kids and adults to engage in hockey. Amazing artifacts coll.. Read more »ected from the biggest names in the sport. The Howe/Gretzky 9 & 99 exhibit is awesome! The 3-D movie is really well made, well acted, and well-produced, a must see! Worth every Canadian penny.
The Mecca of hockey! A must see for any hockey or history fan. Centrally located in downtown Toronto. Very easy to find. Lots of interesting hockey hi.. Read more »story and exhibits. Several interactive displays as well. Don’t miss it!
Such an interesting place! The directions to get there and to navigate within the facility are abysmal. These people need to talk to Museums Canada fo.. Read more »r some help in organizing a collection and in displaying it. Otherwise, the information there is amazing. It's a hockey fans heaven. We need to go back. There is SO much to see.
What an amazing display. Our game is represented in the most amazing way, as is the international game.
Featured 9 & 99 display was super cool... 2 .. Read more »of the very best ever.
If you like hockey... even a little bit... thisbis worth a stop. You'll need a couple hours though, it's a BIG display.
A mix of Reverence and Fun! The NHL has struck the right balance here and created the perfect crypt to protect the legacy of hockey!
I had been wanti.. Read more »ng to come here for the longest time so I had high expectations. I am pleased to say that it exceeded my expectations!
It is a great place for both young and old alike to come together. All of the important events are captured with great detail and fanfare. There is even the appropriate amount of tributes to Gretzky and Mr. Hockey too.
The virtual goalie and shooter game is fun for everyone. Even non hockey fans have fun trying to score on an NHL hockey goalie.
The Hall of Legends is amazing! It is just like being in a church with the stained glass ceiling.
I also loved the recreated Montreal Canadians locker room. It really brings home how central the Habs have been to most of hockey's history.
The jerseys from around the world was a nice touch to show that hockey is loved around the world.
Now that there are a number of women in the Hall of Fame I think that it may be time to dedicate an area of the museum to the women of the game. There were many girls and women visitors as well as the boys and men who would love to learn about the women pioneers in more detail.
I could really feel the torch being passed from me to my sons while we were here.
Yes the legacy if hockey is alive and well here.
Any hockey fan should visit this place once. The quantity of memorabilia is astonishing. Seeing the history of hockey right in front of you is beautif.. Read more »ul. I didn't take many pictures because I was so busy looking at the expo and reading history. You can easily spend 4-5 hours in there.
Nice hockey museum. I know they try, but young kids, no matter how into hockey they are, get their fill of hockey memorabilia real quick and the inte.. Read more »ractive stations are too few to keep them engaged for long enough overall. Plus you have to line up each time to use one of these interactive stations. They try and there is only so much they can do, but my general advise would be to wait until your kids are over 10.
Even if you are not super interested in hockey you will enjoy it! They have lots of cool interactive exhibits and great staff. Highly recommend
Very impressive museum!!! A very beautiful curation inside a historic building. You could easily spend a few hours here, especially given the interact.. Read more »ive sections and 3D movie. Seeing the Stanley Cup alone would make this worth a visit.
This is a must see for any hockey fan. One of the best parts of our entire trip. Seeing the history was really inspiring and gave me a newfound apprec.. Read more »iation of this sport. The interactive parts were a blast and any fan will truly enjoy them. Seeing the Stanley Cup and Lord Stanley’s Vault was frankly the coolest experience ever. The staff were all exceptionally knowledgeable and super friendly. I would 100% do this again if we return to Toronto.
For hockey or sports fans around the world...this is a must to visit...it is interactive, the Gretzky-Howe collection is fantastic and there are lots .. Read more »of NHL jerseys and memorabilia to buy. All the exhibits and trophies on display are every fans wish to see. Staff are very friendly...plan on being there for a few hours. Well worth a visit to Toronto Canada ???????
If you’re a hockey fan you’ll love it here. Bathrooms were a little dirty but as long as you’re only taking a number one in the men’s you’ll be fine. .. Read more »Modern and retro artifacts along with a special exhibition that’s been up for three straight years. Cup display is the real cup that was held by winning players with a model only being used during special events like an international game or Stanley Cup Finals.
Terrific experience. As a huge fan, I appreciated the depth of the exhibits. My girlfriend (who has less hockey knowledge) really appreciated the intr.. Read more »oduction to the great game. The staff was incredibly friendly. I will definitely return!
One of my greatest and fondest memories was spending nearly an entire day soaking up as much history of the sport as I could. Well thought out exhibi.. Read more »ts honoring every team, getting to see every trophy presented each season, getting to read highlights of each HoF member enshrined, to the making of the Stanley Cup and its illustrious history. Hope to make it back some day.
Great experience, could easily spend all day here. Lots of interactive exhibits, and tons of photo ops throughout the facility. There is lots to read.. Read more » and checkout, and lots of exhibits that have extra features if you scan the qr code with your mobile device. Something for everyone here! Don't forget to check out Lord Stanley's vault and all the trophies upstairs. Get your picture with the cup for free (or purchase) and be sure to check out the gift shop for amazing products!
It's really fun place. I went with my Nephew he really love this place and he enjoyed lot.
Lot of collections and you can play games.
Awesome place to.. Read more » go.
Just an incredible shrine to hockey's best! And we loved the 9/99 exhibit and the tribute to minor hockey for the silver stick champions.
Really good place. Very interesting for hockey fans. My wife wasn’t too impressed but was entertained enough. I loved the place.
Hope they will get beyond this and open up. Its a great attraction and for hockey lovers like our boys.
When I went it was an amazing experience. Its amazing how the hockey culture as turned into this amazing place. Everybody should embrace this place an.. Read more »d go as soon as possible.
I have visited here a few years ago before -c-19 hit. This was a good place to visit they got a lot to see it so beautiful of a place to see the histo.. Read more »ry of hockey so much to see the greats of the game a very good place to visit
Great place for the family to visit. Every hockey fan should go here. Very interactive exhibits.
Great place for the family to visit. Every hockey should go here. Very interactive exhibits.
We had a great experience at the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto! It’s engaging for both adults and kids, with lots of new interactive activities and g.. Read more »ames for the younger fans! I especially enjoyed their goalie mask wall showing the progression and evolution over the years! Lots to see and definitely worth the price of admission!
If you are a hockey fan then you will appreciate, love and enjoy The Hall of Fame. Out of all the Hall of fame's out there this one definitely is the .. Read more »best.
Pleasantly surprised by this museum that pays homage to a great Canadian sport. This building is fondly called "The Cathedral of Hockey". Wonderful d.. Read more »isplays and information. Has hands-on interactive activities too - for adults and kids alike. But the interactive goalie exhibit is temporarily closed during the pandemic. Best of all was getting up close to the Stanley Cup.
This place has an interesting history related to the NHL and other leagues. The trophy vault and great hall are fantastic. The little tidbits and arti.. Read more »st rendering of all the hockey legends is fantastic. It is a must for any hockey fan, but interesting for all.
Would highly recommend very interesting. Lots of fun for this wife of an avid hockey fan. Who really isn't into hockey but is a supportive wife. Ther.. Read more »e were games to play no matter the age. Elevators too. A stand in type Stanley cup. The staff left us alone to view, were around to answer questions. Also, a short information video on players from the past.
You need at least 3 hours to spend there. It's a perfect place for those who like a hockey
Interesting and fun for entire family.
The Hockey Hall of Fame is an amazing time for all.The incredible amount of memorabilia to look at is almost overwhelming but when you catch your brea.. Read more »th and take your time you will be amazed.Looking at all the plaques and getting a picture with the Stanley Cup make the great hall worth it alone,but having the kids get to shoot at the net and play goalie made this an incredible day for all.
If you are a hockey fan, this HHOF is a must visit.
It's conveniently place.
There is lots to explore from over 100 years of ice hockey.
The Great Hal.. Read more »l will exhibit the Stanley Cup where you can take your picture with it.
It also has activities for young and old.
Definitely a go-to! They had so many things to look at. Hockey fanatics heaven but also enjoyable for those who might not know as much about the game... Read more » Also, highlight is being able to see and take pictures with the Stanley Cup ta the end! Very cool
$20 admission and a stamped hand got me in to see some truly historical hockey-related artifacts. Where to start? The place is HUGE! There is so much .. Read more »to see and do, with something for the whole family. I liked Lord Stanley's Vault that houses some gloriously created championship rings and seeing/touching the Stanley Cup. The "professional" $10 photo with the cup was lacking in quality. I regretted spending that extra money, when my cellphone took a way better portrait.
If you're in love with hockey this is a must. For those not so into the sport, it's still an amazing place to visit. The building where all the troph.. Read more »ies are held is spectacular. Lots of great items with stories over the history of the game. The goalie mask section was one of our favorites.