Having seen the Hockey Hall of Fame, I didn't think it measured up, and I am a basketball fan more so than a hockey fan. We drove from Boston specifically to see the Hall of Fame, and there were some sections that were well done and we really enjoyed. The ball playing kids enjoyed the rebounding and the jump measurement, and of course dunking on the different nets. The kids would give it a 5 out of 5 for the gym area but my husband and I felt it was lacking. I expected to see the NBA Champiionship Trophy on display (I don't know what it's called and it wasn't there so I didn't learn it either). I expected more interactive areas, maybe things like foul shooting contest out of 20 shots or video replay of your shot to compare it to the Hall of Famers, or test your shot from different distances. After confirming ahead of time that our group would be able to visit the entire museum and play on the hardwood in there, we arrived to find the gym had been rented and were told the kids couldn't go on the floor until three hours later. Unfortunately I had to be very assertive with the manager on duty and he did arrange for this to happen but it definitely put a blemish on our visit.
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