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UCLA Athletics Hall of Fame

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geotech522 wrote a review Dec 2019
5,607 contributions301 helpful votes
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This Hall of Fame gives homage to UCLA Athletics. Besides being now the Number 1 public university in the US, UCLA is also one of top universities in men's and women's sports with a total of 118 championships. The Hall covers all sports and also gives the history of the athletes who contributed to the Bruin Sports heritage. Of course, a very impressive section is devoted to Coach John Wooden and basketball, but UCLA has also dominated in other sports such as volleyball, water polo, track and field, and gymnastics. Very inspirational to visit.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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ransom007 wrote a review Oct 2018
Anaheim, California965 contributions156 helpful votes
There are several pay-to-park structures on the campus. The best for this attraction is #4 located on the north side of the campus (take the Westwood entrance off Sunset). The hall of fame has free admission and is located across the plaza from the college bookstore. The exhibits honor the various sports in which UCLA participates and has a room listing the members of the university's athletics hall of fame. If you go to UCLA for some reason (especially a sporting event) and have a little extra time, it is worth a visit.
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Date of experience: October 2018
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86MissyJ wrote a review Jul 2018
Wheelersburg, Ohio797 contributions172 helpful votes
Seeing the John Wooden memorabilia is well worth the stop! A well done museum honoring the best of UCLA athletics, both players and teams. Really neat to see all the championship trophies.
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Date of experience: July 2018
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Kelvin T wrote a review Jul 2017
Melbourne, Australia56 contributions15 helpful votes
UCLA opened their Athletics Hall of Fame a few years back, it covers all sports but a fair portion of the museum is towards UCLA Basketball and John Wooden. There's heaps of artifacts and plenty of UCLA memorabilia.... a must do for any college hoops fan.
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Date of experience: August 2016
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Robert E wrote a review Mar 2017
Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada162 contributions58 helpful votes
Nice museum with lots of memorabilia. Liked the Wooden Den best. A must see if you are a Bruins fan. We combined it with a recent men's basketball game - great combo! Need about an hour or two.
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Date of experience: February 2017
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