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Hockey Hall of Fame Admission Ticket
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Hockey Hall of Fame Admission Ticket

By Hockey Hall of Fame
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Discover one of Toronto’s most popular attractions—and guarantee your admission before you travel—when you book advance tickets to the Hockey Hall of Fame. Inside, you can discover one of the world’s top collections of hockey memorabilia, see the Stanley Cup, explore a replica NHL dressing room, enjoy multiple themed exhibitions, and more.
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Ages 4-99
Duration: 2h
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Highlights
  • The Hockey Hall of Fame is perfect for fans of all ages
  • Book your tickets in advance to guarantee entry and prevent any hassle
  • See the world’s top collection of hockey artifacts, plus the Stanley Cup
  • Enjoy interactive exhibitions, see a replica NHL changing room, and more

  • All taxes, fees and handling charges
  • Entry/Admission - Hockey Hall of Fame
What's not included
  • Souvenir photos (available to purchase)


  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Stroller accessible
  • Service animals allowed
  • Near public transportation
  • Transportation is wheelchair accessible
  • Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
If you have questions about accessibility, we’d be happy to help. Just call the number below and reference the product code: 33848P1

  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • The Hockey Hall of Fame is located in the heart of downtown Toronto at the corner of Yonge & Front Streets in Brookfield Place, a short walk from many Toronto attractions including Scotiabank Arena (formerly Air Canada Centre), CN Tower, Ripley's Aquarium, Rogers Centre and Eaton Centre.
  • Wheelchairs and Strollers can reach every area in the Hockey Hall of Fame.
  • Most travellers can participate

  • For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.

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  • Hockey Hall of Fame
    4,148
    Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • Tom M
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    Visit to the Hockey Hall of Fame
    If you're a hockey fan, this is a must!!! Well worth the price of admission!. The exhibits are impressive, and you relieve the history of hockey. To see the trophies,the Stanley Cup. Impressive!! A must! The interactive shooting simulators are awesome.
    Written January 14, 2024
  • Zach53449
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    Must do for any hockey fanatic!
    I was in Toronto recently with my wife and we stopped by the HHOF. Amazing! So many items that were part of history in relation to milestones and achievements made by current players and hockey legends alike! Try out your hand at stopping NHL players as a goalie or sniping one past a goaltender. You can do both! But don’t be fooled, even if you’re a goaltender, it’s not easy as it is designed to snipe the corners of the net. Also, lord Stanley’s cup is also there on display to take as many pictures of it as you’d like! Following up the experience is the gift shop, which is every NHL fans dream! Pro tip - purchase tickets online in advance and save 10% in the store. Trust me, you want to do this! 100/10 experience! Must do for hockey aficionados!
    Written December 31, 2023
  • PhilipLeic
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    Good if you like ice hockey!
    Firstly, it took us ages to find the actual main entrance, signage could be better. On ticket prices; on many museums, etc, in Canada there is a concession for disabled visitors but not here. However, my son, who is mad on hockey loved the visit, I was a little more lukewarm. It was interesting to see the Stanley cup, etc, but for me it was just masses of kit and trophies, but what did I expect? He also enjoyed the interactive games, especially being in goal. There is a large shop on the exit to the museum. So as I said in my title, good if you like ice hocky!
    Written November 29, 2023
  • MikeyJ420
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    An obvious must-do for hockey fans
    This is an obvious must-do for any hockey fan. The most amazing hockey memorabilia, fun interactive games, and just so much to see and look at. So incredible seeing so much hockey history in one building. I took my fiance here for her first time and she had a blast! If I had to pick a best time to go it would be a weekday around 1:30 or 2:00 because school trips will later to end at that time and 3 hours is lots of time to look at everything it has to offer
    Written November 20, 2023
  • Yeti1988
    0 contributions
    Amazing! Whether you're new to hockey, have no knowledge of the sport, or are a walking book of hockey trivia, there's something
    At first, this museum appears to be rather unassuming. The entrance is located inside of a bustling shopping mall, and it would be easy to pass it by. However, once inside, the sheer amount of items on display is enough to rival any other museum in the country! They have old pucks, sweaters, game-used sticks, trophies, etc. Some of the items date as far back as the Original Six! This museum details the beginnings of the league, it's many attempts at expansion, the transition of it being a solely North American sport to one that is recognized all over the World, and the dynasties that have shaped the league. I was hardly expecting what I found when I walked inside. Do yourself a favor, carve out at LEAST 2 hours on any given day and head to this amazing establishment!
    Written October 21, 2023
  • D3967RWmarkf
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    Amazing visit
    Persuaded my wife to pay a visit - she isn't a hockey fan- and even she thought it was value for money. Plenty to see and do, plus amazing to be close to some of my heroes jerseys Etc. Was even able to take a few shots at a net, which was a lot of fun. The staff member who was with the Stanley Cup was a really nice guy and clearly knew his stuff. He was happy to answer all our questions and suggested a few things to look out for. Really enjoyed our visit and would recommend to anyone
    Written October 21, 2023
  • olivert340
    0 contributions
    A must visit.
    Great experience with rich history. If you are a hockey fan young or old this is a must visit. Great displays and very informative.
    Written July 30, 2023
  • nobigdeal
    0 contributions
    Fun and interactive
    My husband is the hockey fan and he was super excited to go to the hall of fame, but he's the only real fan in the family. The 9 year old is generally a sports fan but doesn't know anything about hockey, but he loved the interactive exhibits and enjoyed learning a bit about the game. The 13 year old is not a sports fan at all but he enjoyed the video game exhibit and seeing some of the artifacts. I didn't care much about any of it but even I liked seeing the Stanley Cup. So all in all, a successful attraction for most of us!
    Written June 12, 2023
  • Lyndria
    0 contributions
    Hockey Lovers Heaven!
    If you are a hockey fan, this museum is a must see when visiting Toronto. Loads of artifacts, such as pucks, jerseys and sticks.
    Written March 6, 2023
  • Phillinig
    0 contributions
    Hockey hall of fame
    Being waiting years to visit this place and I was not disappointed, the amount of history from the sport that was in this building was exceptional, and displayed brilliantly. I especially enjoyed taking shots at a virtual goalie and then also being the keeper which was amazing, even my wife who is only recently into ice hockey enjoyed and the highlight of my day was having my photo with the Stanley cup and seeing various other trophy as well, you will not be disappointed when visiting this place.
    Written November 7, 2022
  • where2nextbabe
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    Don't miss Lord Stanley's Vault
    So the building that is pictured as the Hockey Hall of Fame is not where you enter. You have to go through an entrance into a mall, walk through the mall to the escalators that take you to the food court and then you will find the entrance to the Hockey Hall of Fame. Best part was the Stanley Cup and Lord Stanley's Vault. You can get your photo with the Stanley Cup for $10. Which I thought was great. You will get the photos when you go to the gift shop. They have a kiosk that you get to pick from 2 photos as the "one" they will print. Then they print you 3 large copies of it and give you a receipt that you can download the photo. I really didn't need the actual photos. I wish they would give you the option to not have them printed, since it was a waste of paper and ink. I just wanted the download. I was a little disappointed. Not exactly sure what I expected, but I figured there would be displays of the winners of the Stanley Cup from the last 50 years or so. The displays they had were nice, some really interesting pieces, it just left me wanting a little more. This is within walking distance to CN Tower & the Aquarium. I am glad I came. My husband & I loved the Esso Great Hall, The Mask and Lord Stanley's Vault.
    Written August 29, 2022
  • James L
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    Even my Wife like it.
    My son is a Hockey fanatic. I could take it or leave it and my wife dislikes sports (except for the Olympics). However, there is more than just stats. They have stories of the great players and the history of hockey. And they have a whole section on the Olympics. The wife enjoyed it, my son was in Heaven, and the history of the game and players satisfied me.
    Written August 18, 2022
  • A3250MRcolinm
    0 contributions
    Entertainment
    Excellent entertainment especially the free hockey saving and shot taking area. The recording studio and memorabila is first class. Highly recommended.
    Written August 12, 2022
  • FamilyYippee
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    Some interesting/cool artifacts and info
    Architecture of building is awesome, from old outside building to glass design on dome ceiling. We got to see a limited time Gordie Howe/Gretzky exhibit. Souvenir store was reasonably priced and affordable, no gouging like other attractions. Great Hall was impressive. The interactive area (shooting and goalie station) was kind of chaotic and noisy. Ontario tourism and Presto card admission discounts available.
    Written August 11, 2022
  • Uccman39
    0 contributions
    A must see for the hockey Fab
    I visited here with my friend. It helps the experience to have some knowledge about the game, I enjoyed how the exhibits were laid out. The shootout and goalie interactive experiences were fun. The best part of the day was taking a picture with the Stanley Cup. A great value as well. Highly recommended
    Written August 7, 2022
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David P
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Jan 2023 • Family
I bought tickets online and when I got to the HHOF the attendants were not able to read my digital ticket. Then they did the number input by hand and still could not recognize the tickets. We were allowed to enter but this caused a line-up. I hope someone can explain why there was a problem.
We enjoyed the Hall of Fame and don't think this was their problem.
Written January 9, 2023
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woosusan
474 contributions
If you love hockey, you should visit. It is great for children and adults alike. There is a 3D movie that is free, hand on activities like sports broadcast and skill activities. The collection includes pieces from many different levels of hockey. They original Stanley cup is kept there along with the bands that are removed.
Written June 12, 2023
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tmeadows1227
26 contributions
Jun 2023
The outside of the building makes it seem as though it is huge, however the actual HHOF is located in the basement... in a huge food court? I thought this was strange, but I digress. Once inside, you are surrounded by many pieces of awesome hockey memorabilia and history. It took about an hour for me to walk through, I did not intently read every single exhibit. As an Ovechkin fan, I hope to see a chase to Gretzky's record exhibit eventually, or some sort of respect for moving into 2nd all time in goals!
Written June 20, 2023
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Anthony R
Southampton, UK50 contributions
Aug 2022
As a big ice hockey fan, this was and is for me a highlight of a trip. However it should be said that this is a very well set up museum to the game. From explanations of how things are now to the greats of years gone by (the Gretzky/Howe exhibition was on when we went) there's a bit of something for someone with no idea about the sport to the hardened fan like myself.

The interactive games were fun (albeit taking a puck to the chest was a surprise, a save is a save I suppose) to the wall of goalie masks to the Grand Hall with all the NHL's trophies, I enjoyed myself thoroughly here. I can't pretend that I don't have a bias but my wife and son who aren't massive hockey fans enjoyed themselves too.

Recommendation: the entrance to the Hall of Fame is in the basement of the building, on the floor above by the shop is a Tim Hortons that does a Hall of Fame doughnut. Get that for a fun little treat.
Written September 2, 2022
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AmarilisVos
Jabbeke, Belgium2,318 contributions
Jun 2023
We visited this place on June 27. After paying the entrance fee, you will receive a stamp on your hand. So you can get out and get back in again. We are not hockey fans, but we were able to appreciate the exhibits. The 3D movie was fun, but most people will love the ability to shoot at a goal or play goaltender and try to stop a hockey player's shot. The Stanley cup in the vault and Great Hall on the second floor are not to be missed.
Written August 18, 2023
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Marika Santiago
Astoria, NY116 contributions
Honestly it was a great experience. I'm not a die hard fan but I am a Rangers because of my husband. I have been a fan now since the playoffs in 2014. It was a great experience I like museums and if I wandered around then yea I was interested I left my husband to go explore. I left him upstairs with the Stanley cups all of them because I saw them while he slowly strolled around with his phone. I headed downstairs alone and looked at all the old players for all the teams and the jerseys and accessories they wore. They had a time Hortons theater with nothing on and the Canadian capitals locker room that no longer exists. the locker room has old jerseys from back in the day.
Written April 20, 2023
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WorldTraveler
Columbus, OH339 contributions
Jun 2022
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 collected 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.
Written June 20, 2022
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Stefan Overton
Colchester, UK168 contributions
A lot to see here and could take you a LONG TIME to walk around if you read and look at everything.

Even being from the UK where Ice Hockey is not popular, we had a great time and I would definitely recommend going if you’re visiting Toronto even if you’re not a big fan.

Lot of things to take pictures of and a few interactive elements where you can be a news presenter and also shoot some pucks at a virtual goal keeper. Both filmed and sent to your email.

Very worth the money.
Written February 9, 2024
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Matthew C
Belfast, UK18 contributions
Nov 2022 • Solo
I was in Toronto last year to watch the Pens play the Leafs, the same weekend as the Hall of Fame induction. I expected it to be busier the day of a game but it was a Friday so I guess it would be a lot busier on the weekend.

My first stop was Lord Stanley's Cup. Having your photo taken is great but I wish there was a way to buy a digital copy of the photo. Being from Northern Ireland I loved that there was some GB hockey and Irish hockey memerorbila on show.
Written August 6, 2023
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tracbert
Reno, NV100 contributions
Jul 2023 • Family
Take a few hours to visit. The Hockey Hall of Fame has something fun for everyone, even if they aren't a hockey fan. It is filled with great stories, pictures and fun interactive games. Watch the 3D movie that runs every half hour. Seeing the original Lord Stanley's cup is a MUST.
Written January 22, 2024
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