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Located in the town where basketball was invented, this 48,000-square-foot museum has three levels of exhibits on the history and heroes of the game and gives visitors a chance to participate in skill contests.
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We are basketball fans from Lawrence, Kansas where Dr. Naismith coached basketball. This museum covered everything about the game.
We followed the history of the sport and read about players we knew and people that we did not know about. It was an in-depth education,...More
Two floors of a museum and the first floor is a huge basketball court and gift store. It cost us 100 dollars to visit ( 2 adults and 2 youth). A lot of reading so it may be dull for the under 12 crew but...More
My husband was in sports fan heaven! The exhibits were well displayed and the staff were all very friendly. The store was fun albeit a bit overpriced (as is customary with museum shops)! The basketball court was fun as were some of the shooting and...More
This place had so much to offer. There was information about every single Hall of famer, game worn and rare artifacts, and many interactive activities. Besides the basketball court to play on, announcing booth, and virtual basketball game, my personal favorite was the dunk challenge...More
We stopped at the Basketball Hall of Fame on our way to Boston. My 9 year old really enjoyed it. The top floor is mainly basketball memorabilia. The second floor had a few interactive stations such as virtual basketball. The first floor was my son’s...More
Review from the perspective of 2 adult college basketball fans, visiting on a Friday afternoon in November.
Scheduled a stop here as a break between driving from New York to Vermont. We didn't really know what to expect. When we pulled up, I was very...More