Hockey Hall of Fame
Toronto's Hockey Hall of Fame is the premier hockey attraction in Ontario, the mixed museum and fame center the home of the Stanley Cup and largest collection of hockey memorabilia in the country.
Founded in 1943, the Toronto Hockey Hall of Fame will teach your group the in-depth history of ice hockey, the information providing them with a unique look at Canadian unity and patriotism (it is 'Canada's Game', after all) as well as essential school subjects like math, history, and physical education. As a matter of fact, this spot is actually considered to be 'Toronto's number 1 group destination for school trips, tour groups, or team visits' due to their vibrant, entertaining, and educational opportunities throughout. There are specific educational programs for kids grades 4-12 (junior, intermediate, senior) that were created by teachers, for teachers, helping you ignite your group's passion for learning.
Aside from the education, your group will be able to 'do it all at the hall', with one on one plays against life-sized animated goalies and shooters such as Carey Price and Sidney Crosby, play by plays calls with you as the ref, and 3D hockey films like Stanley's Game Seven. Your group can also see the Stanley Cup itself and explore the memorabilia collection, with such exhibits as Honda NHL Zone, Canadian Dressing Room, or Scotiabank Hometown Hockey.
Head to the Spirit of Hockey retail store before you go to pick up your essential learning and playing gear!