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The Greyhound museum gives a fascinating view of greyhound racing in America. It wad amazing to see the size of the crowds at greyhound racing events in the past. It was also great that they have retired greyhound lazing on site that you can pat....More
Lots of amazing exhibits that display greyhound souvenirs, plaques, collectibles, antiques and more! The museum is kept extremely clean and well organized with lots of space to display everything. There are 3-4 halls of plaques honoring the inductees over the years. Every inductee has a...More
This museum shows the history of the greyhound and all about greyhound racing.it even has a friendly hound to pet. It explains how humanely they treat and train the animals. No admission, donations only.
We learned about breeding dogs and greyhound racing. It was fun to pet the greyhound. It was layed out well...although we were not really familiar with the top breeders or bloodlines. Its a pleasant, nice, and different venue.
Wasn't originally going to stop here, but then I found out they have actual greyhound dogs and it is free. I like animals, so I decided to stop in. Ginger, greyhound dog, ran over to me and was so friendly, but not overbearing. I was...More
We went here only because it was recommended in all the tour books. We had no interest in greyhound racing but the resident dogs did great us and were cute.
I’m sure if you had an interest in dog racing you would love the museum...More
I mostly wanted to go to pet the greyhounds. Ginger and Gary, both retired dogs, were the greeters. They were very friendly and liked to be petted. The Hall of Fame itself did not interest me that much and did not have a lot in...More