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Located in the town where basketball was invented, this 48,000-square-foot museum has three levels of exhibits on the history and heroes of the game and gives visitors a chance to participate in skill contests.
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We stayed at the MGM and walked to the Hall of Fame. You start on the 3rd floor and make your way down to the basketball court where you are allowed to shoot around. The interactive displays are fun, but some are outdated.
Nephew from NJ suggested we visit. Short trip an hour from home and we arrived first Saturday after Christmas a little after 10am. Plenty of free parking available. There was no line so we went straight in. You start tour on third level and work...More
A place where almost every summer camp lands. Interactive and full of the icon items that your now teen/adult followed and continues to follow. You love BBall? Your kids? Take a side trip to visit and remember or day dream about YOUR future number among...More
I have lived in Western Mass for over 20 years and this was the first time I visited the Hall of Fame. Went with two of my adult children and we had a blast. We spent about two hours looking at the displays, taking turns...More
Doesn’t quite measure up to Baseball HOF in Cooperstown but a nice museum in its own right. Top floor are the actual pictures/plaques of the inductees. Found this section to be a bit underwhelming—a lot of inductees crammed into a small space. Still interesting though....More
In the interest of full disclosure, we’re a family that could be termed “casual” basketball fans at best, so our interest in the subject likely doesn’t run as deep as other visitors. That said, it’s an enjoyable museum even for the casual fan, that featured...More