One of TORONTO’s premiere attractions, The Hockey Hall of Fame, was established in 1943 at Kingston, Ontario and moved to our city in 1961.
You can easily spend an entire day here, roaming through gallery after gallery of history – videos, murals, photographs, the preserved Montreal Canadiens dressing room, miniature “rinks”, a collectibles corner, broadcast booth, masks, sweaters, sticks, skates, posters, etc. etc. Local, national, international – it’s all here.
The Great Hall features TORONTO’s most spectacular stained glass dome. Its bank vault, dating from 1885, contains Lord Stanley’s original Stanley Cup.
Displays are colourful, well illuminated and documented. Photography is allowed. Enter from the lower level of Brookfield Place, 30 Yonge Street at Front. Subway stops: KING or UNION