Both a tribute to legendary players and a museum, the Hockey Hall of Fame is home to the world's largest collection of hockey artifact. Play interactive games and watch a 3-D movie that takes you back to your favorite Stanley Cup playoff moment.
Ever wonder what it would be like to share the ice with legendary players? The Hockey Hall of Fame has several simulated video games where you can suit up and go head to head, as shooter or goalie, with life-size versions of today's top players.
Block the shots from EA Sports animations Sidney Crosby and Alex Ovechkin, and take shots using real pucks at a computer simulation of the likes of goaltenders Carey Price, Jonathan Bernier and Henrik Lundqvist. These are just 2 of The Hockey Hall of Fame's 15 exhibition areas covering 65,000 square feet (6,039 sq m).
Get up close to artifacts and equipment worn by players during special games. Then take a short break from the action to see hockey's first 3D film, Stanley's Game Seven.
In the Great Hall, often described as “a cathedral to the icons of hockey,” read short biographies with accompanying portraits of every Hall of Fame member and take in all. No visit is complete until you’ve had your photo taken with hockey’s holy grail, the Stanley Cup.