Get Your Hockey Fix at the Hockey Hall of Fame: Now Open!




Much more than just a sports museum, the Hockey Hall of Fame is a vibrant, family-friendly entertainment destination like no other. This popular Toronto attraction, dedicated to the sport of ice hockey, preserves precious memories and legends of the game with exhibitions that capture the true spirit and excitement of the sport it represents. The HHOF has now reopened and is looking forward to welcoming its guests back to experience hockey at its best!

Spread across 65,000 square feet, the Hockey Hall of Fame offers something for everyone: the finest collection of hockey artifacts at all levels of play from around the world including themed exhibits dedicated to the game's greatest players, teams and achievements; simulation experiences where you can call the play-by-play and host your own SportsCentre in the TSN Broadcast Zone; theatres; larger-than-life statues; a replica NHL dressing room; and NHL trophies including, and best of all, access to the STANLEY CUP.

What to See

Two popular exhibits have been extended until December 31, 2020. "9 & 99: The Howe ● Gretzky Exhibition" is an exhibition unlike any other, paying homage to the most prolific scorers of our generations. Revel in the legacy and indelible bond of ‘Mr. Hockey’ and ‘The Great One’. "The Changing Face of Hockey - Diversity in Our Game" pays homage to the pioneers who confronted discrimination from the hockey world through their perseverance, talent and courage.

The newly renovated “Lord Stanley’s Vault”, which houses the original Stanley Cup bowl dating back to 1893 and the magnificent Stanley Cup Championship ring display housed within the Esso Great Hall, is the highlight of any visit. Guests visiting during this time will have access to most areas, but per the Government of Ontario's guidelines, the Hockey Hall of Fame’s Shut Out and Shoot Out interactive games will be temporarily closed. Guests will still be able to pose with the Stanley Cup, but touching hockey's greatest treasure won't be allowed.

Safety Measures at the HHOF

To help regulate physical distancing and related capacity limitations, the Hall is now offering “Priority Admission Tickets” and a “Live Attendance Tracker”, available via HHOF.com. All guests are required to wear a mask when entering Brookfield Place and the Hockey Hall of Fame. A free stylus will also be given out to visitor so they may them use on touch screen displays, and hand sanitizers will be available throughout the facility. All Hockey Hall of Fame front-line staff will wear face masks and will have their temperature taken prior to each shift.

This summer, make a trip to the Hockey Hall of Fame and experience the best that hockey has to offer, and the greatest and largest collection of hockey artifacts in the world. As a non-profit and registered charity, each and every guest who visits the Hall of Fame assists in preserving the legacy of OUR game. The attraction is now open daily from 10:00am to 4:00pm.

Find out more at HHOF.com.

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