Canada's Sports Hall of Fame

Much more than a static collection of sports memorabilia, Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame honors the country’s most remarkable athletes with an electric 40,000 square foot space that echoes with the roar of fans. Tucked into one of the buildings that hosted the 1988 Winter Olympic Games, interactive exhibits educate visitors about the rules and challenges of more obscure sports and offer the chance to throw pitches for clocked speed, shadow box with Lennox Lewis, attempt a wheelchair race or balance on skis on a virtual downhill slope.

There are sections dedicated to swimming and rowing, car racing, golfing and, of course, hockey, spread throughout 12 galleries. Over 1,000 culturally significant sports artifacts—including the shoe that amputee Terry Fox wore at the start of his epic cross-country cancer awareness run—are also on display. Each year new Hall of Fame honorees are inducted at a prestigious ceremony and featured, along with details of the more than 600 current members, in the Locker Room Gallery.

Practical Info

The center is located at 169 Canada Olympic Rd. S.W. in Calgary. It is open from 10am-5pm daily in July and August and from Tuesday through Sunday the rest of the year. Admission is $12 for adults and $8 for kids age 4-18, with discounts for seniors and groups.
Location
Adresse: 169 Canada Olympic Rd. S.W., Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Time
Åbningstider: July-August 10am-5pm daily; Tues-Sun the rest of the year
Ticket
Entré: Adults: $12; Children: $8
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