We brought my son and his friend (both 10 years old) on a Saturday afternoon. They enjoyed every minute of it and even though I'm not a huge basketball fan, I (and they) immediately found lots of interesting stuff to look at (and that was even BEFORE we bought our tickets). We spent almost 2 hours at the Hall of Fame. After you buy your tickets, you have the option to watch a 15-minute film in the lobby (if you arrive while it's already playing, you just have to wait for the next time it plays) or you have the option of going directly into the Hall of Fame. Once you give them your ticket, they put you on an elevator to the 3rd level which has a lot of pictures and history of the game. The second level has some interactive "musts", especially for kids, including the wing-span wall, a "jump" wall and an interactive game. On the lowest level they have several basketball hoops for all to enjoy (with plenty of basketballs), including an original peach basket/basketball hoop. My son and his friend especially enjoyed the area where they could practice their slam dunks on different basketball hoop heights. The day we were there an employee was helping to make it even more fun by throwing the ball in the air for them near the hoop and encouraging all of the kids. Overall, it was a lot of fun and my son is already asking when we can go back!
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