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Hockey Hall of Fame

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Hockey Hall of Fame

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Toronto Aerial Tour with a Niagara Falls Winery Tasting Tour with iflyTOTO

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Add some opulence to your Canadian vacation on a 5-hour winery tour by plane and luxury transportation. After you get into a VIP mood at the Buttonville Airport, take to the skies. Enjoy exceptional aerial views en route to Niagara, then transfer to a limo bus. Sample some of the region's best wine at an award-winning winery, as you take in the picturesque rural scenery. Then return to Toronto in time for dinner.
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Leo wrote a review Today
Toronto, Canada8 contributions
A hockey lover's dream as you not only get to see various awards, cool collectibles, you also get to play some hockey with the games they have and even do your own broadcast not to mention watching a few short movies to really understand the best highlights in the game. Where ever you are coming from if you're a hockey fan you should be here.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Stef wrote a review Aug 2020
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As a hockey fan, it is a must-do when in Toronto. All the trophies are there, including the Cup, which surprised me as I thought it would be in Edmonton as that's where the finals are this year. Photos galore, and the experience was fantastic. All the international jerseys was interesting, even from countries you'd never expect to have a hockey team. Obviously the NHL took centre stage, and that was great too. The best parts in my opinion were the activities to do, which they take videos of and can send to your email. Was a great time, and could maybe bring new fans to the sport, it's just such a fun experience.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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B.Wall wrote a review Jun 2020
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I try to get to the Hall at least once a year. My sister was in town from Nova Scotia so I had an excuse to treat he too an afternoon of hockey history. She loved it.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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TheEdgeNYC wrote a review May 2020
Whitestone, New York138 contributions27 helpful votes
On a recent trip to Toronto, it was a must to get to Hockey Hall of Fame. Now, some may joke about the fact the entrance to the Hall of Fame is in a shopping mall. AND!! What's your problem with that? Now, go inside and immerse yourself in rich Hockey history. During our visit, the Hall wsa doing a special tribute 9 & 99, a dedication to Howe and Gretzky. When your here, make a point to get to the Trophy room. That in and of itself is worth the price of admission. As a hockey fan, when you see the Stanley Cup for the first time, you may even have a little tear in your eye. The staff is very friendly and you get right up to The Cup and snap a picture with Holy Grail of Hockey. Definitely make your way here if you are in Toronto. It's not a big facility, so you can cover it in a few hours.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Olivia G wrote a review Apr 2020
Athens, Georgia70 contributions9 helpful votes
Definitely a go-to! They had so many things to look at. Hockey fanatics heaven but also enjoyable for those who might not know as much about the game. Also, highlight is being able to see and take pictures with the Stanley Cup ta the end! Very cool
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Date of experience: March 2020
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