Any avid hockey fan must make a turn at Toronto's Hockey Hall of
Fame, an ode to hockey's greatest players and most prized teams. A
shrine to Canada's national sport, visitors can learn about the
history of the game through memorabilia from every era, hockey
artefacts from around the world, interactive exhibits and images of
great moments in hockey history. Marvel at Terry Sawchuck's goalie
gear, Newsy Lalonde's skates and the stick used by Max Bentley. The
Stanley Cup never fails to delight visitors and most fun is had
trying a hand at shooting or goalkeeping in the interactive
displays. You won't be disappointed.
Address: 30 Yonge Street, Brookfield Place Website: www.hhof.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: (416) 360 7765 Opening Time: Hours vary slightly according to the season, but are
generally from 9.30am or 10am, to 5pm or 6pm Admission: C$15 (adults), C$10 (youths). Concessions are
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