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“For Sports Lovers!!!”

NCAA Hall of Champions
Ranked #44 of 175 things to do in Indianapolis
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Owner description: Offers educational opportunities while paying tribute to the student-athlete.
Reviewed December 28, 2013

If you like sports must know the NCAA Hall of Fame. Located in the beautiful White River State Park the museum shows to the public various sports and has a lot of interaction. I loved play basketball and soccer!!!
I recommend a visit!!!

Thank Jeferson G
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Reviewed December 16, 2013

3.5/5. $5 admission for adults and a good place to go if you have an hour or so to kill. The first floor is essentially a history of the major NCAA sports and has the current champions for D1-3 sports over the past year. Also, there's a HOF display up.

Second floor is interactive with basketball courts, soccer games and other ways to get the gist of things. This is the area that's good for letting kids run off some energy. However, if you're looking for extensive history about the NCAA or a certain sport, this wouldn't be where you want to go

Thank Christine G
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Reviewed December 1, 2013

We loved this place. It offered an insight into not only the history of College sports, but also details about some of the champions and the sports themselves. Our only criticism was that many of the interactive exhibits were out of order. these are the interesting bits of the exhibition for kids. Someone put some more money into this place to update it, and enhance it, it is an attraction worth keeping.

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Reviewed November 23, 2013

There's so much you could do with a museum like this: Displays about the most famous players, displays about the biggest rivalries and most historic games, a movie about the formation of the NCAA and the hurdles the organization has gone through along the way. This place had NONE of that. Yeah, there was some simulation stuff, but it was pretty basic, and I've been to lots of places that have done better. We thought it was a rip-off even at only $16 for a family of four. We were there only a little over an hour, and my 11-year-old sports fan was very disappointed.

Thank Rebecca789
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Reviewed November 18, 2013

I learned more about sports all kinds of sports than I thought I would and the history, highly recommend for all sports fan's even if you aren't that big of a fan. The guides are wonderful & have a terrific personality.

Thank FEHBama
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