Head down the street, and you’ll find one of the best tributes to Canada’s favorite past time. The Hockey Hall of Fame is dedicated to honoring the history of hockey. The museum is home to infamous NHL memorabilia, trophies, and records. It’s here that you can see the Stanley Cup (for part of the year) up close and personal.
With 15 exhibit areas, there’s plenty of things to see and do at the Hockey Hall of Fame. Visit the Esso Great Hall to pay tribute to the icons of hockey. It’s here that you can learn about every Hall of Fame member by reading their bios. Explore the Montreal Canadiens’ dressing room as it existed at the old Montreal Forum. Test your skills and take a shot at a computer simulation of Goalie Ed Belfour. Snap a selfie with Stanley to commemorate your trip.
Visit the Hockey Hall of Fame website for more information on hours and general admission.