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Hockey Hall of Fame, Toronto

Hockey Hall of Fame, Toronto (must see)

The people of Toronto take their sport very seriously, especially when it comes to their much-loved game, ice hockey. And no visit to Toronto is complete without getting a glimpse of this fascinating sport and being part of the thrill. What better way to do this than tour the Hockey Hall of Fame! The museum is dedicated to the history of ice hockey and proudly displays the achievements and accolades won by the teams and their players.

Established in 1943, the Hockey Hall of Fame is the result of the tireless efforts of James Thomas Sutherland, a national ice hockey player, coach, administrator and an ardent sports developer and supporter. He is fondly remembered as the Father of Hockey. Located at the corner of Front and Yonge Streets and spread over an area of 57,000 square feet, the Hall of Fame is divided into 15 exhibits. The museum displays cups, trophies, memorabilia, as well as equipment and jerseys worn by famous hockey personalities. Apart from that, here you can get insights and read biographies of members of the Hall of Fame and browse through portraits and photographs of players. The museum also has some fun interactive exhibits where you can try your hand at taking real pucks, as well as play goaltender.

***Historic Buildings Walk****
The Hockey Hall of Fame's building is an attraction in its own right. The 1885 Beaux-Arts-style architectural marvel was designed by the Toronto firm of Darling & Curry, and formerly housed the old Bank of Montreal Branch. Recognized as one of the most impressive bank structures ever built in Toronto, it is ornately extravagant with ostentatious stonework displayed on the facades. The building has large rectangular plate glass windows, with columns in between richly embellished with wall carvings. The overall design of the edifice is an attempt to project the image of prosperity and security.

Why You Should Visit:
For a modest entry fee, you get room after room of memorabilia from years gone by until the past year.
This place has it all, from NHL to international hockey. Also, a great shop to get team apparel. The interactive games are a real hit with the kids.

Tip:
For a few bucks you can have your photo taken with the Stanley Cup – they will print out three photos and you also receive a digital copy.

Opening Hours:
Mon-Fri: 10am-5pm; Sat: 9:30am-6pm; Sun: 10:30am-5pm
Sight description based on wikipedia

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Sight Name: Hockey Hall of Fame
Sight Location: Toronto, Canada
Sight Type: Museum/Gallery
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Walking Tours in Toronto, Canada

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Toronto Introduction Walk II

Toronto Introduction Walk II

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Tour Duration: 2 Hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.0 Km or 1.9 Miles
Cabbagetown Walking Tour

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Tour Duration: 1 Hour(s)
Travel Distance: 1.8 Km or 1.1 Miles
Toronto's Waterfront Walk

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Tour Duration: 2 Hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.7 Km or 2.3 Miles
Top Religious Sites

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Tour Duration: 2 Hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.0 Km or 1.9 Miles
Toronto Introduction Walk I

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Toronto, the capital of the province of Ontario, is a major Canadian metropolis on the northwestern shore of Lake Ontario renowned for its dynamic pace and a high-rising skyline comprising ultra-modern skyscrapers and historic architecture.

People have inhabited the area of present-day Toronto for thousands of years, among them the Iroquois tribe, preceded by the Wyandot (Huron) people who had...  view more

Tour Duration: 2 Hour(s)
Travel Distance: 3.7 Km or 2.3 Miles
Distillery District Walk

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Tour Duration: 1 Hour(s)
Travel Distance: 0.8 Km or 0.5 Miles

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