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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.
Been On My List For Awhile. We Decided To Ride The Motorcycle There. It Was A 3 Hour Ride. Toured the BB Hall Of Fame. it Was Really Nice. You Take An Elevator to the Top And Walk All Around & Down To The Next...More
Brought our 10 year old granddaughter who along with us is a HUGE UCONN WOMEN’S Basketball fan! Enjoyed the 3rd floor with all the enducties to the Hall of fame proudly displayed. Had a great time with the many hands on areas, shooting hoops with...More
Took my wife and 13 year old son for a visit. Went to the information desk to purchase tickets and they were very friendly. If you have AAA, you save a couple of dollars on tickets. After purchasing tickets, they send you over towards a...More
The big round “ball” that dominates the exterior of the Basketball Hall of Fame building is not just for show. The entire Hall of Fame makes up the interior of the ball in three open levels.
The bottom level is a big court where the...More
The best part was the bottom floor where you can shoot hoops. There's a section where you can go through the history of the baskets. A section of regulation baketball goals and a section to try and slam dunk at different heights.
Yous start on...More
My son (15) is a huge b-ball fan so I figured a trip here was warranted. I was wrong. They start you at the top floor which is the Hall with all the inductees and some interesting history, but it's a lot of reading and...More
If you need something to do in Springfield then swing by. However - probably my least favorite of the four major sports halls (football, baseball, hockey, basketball). I wasn't sure what to expect here but after seeing the other halls I wasn't blown away by...More
During the summer the HoF puts on events with legends of the game (Ray Allen, Charlie Scott, Tim Hardaway, Jason Kidd all in one week!) making appearances and signing autographs - all included for the price of admission. What a deal!
Lots of great basketball history here. There are informative artifacts and displays and also hands on things you can try like dunking the ball or testing your jump skills. A must see for basketball fans.
He gave a great speech. Hope people listened for message versus just there to get autograph. We had hall of fame pass, and got preferred space in live, which was great. Just wish people weren't cutting in front of us. Tried hard to explain to...More