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“Archery overload”

Bass Pro Archery Hall of Fame
Ranked #28 of 97 things to do in Springfield
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Everything about anybody who was anybody in the archery world. Displays are laid out well and are very informative. Don’t miss this when you visit Bass Pro.

Thank REEJJE
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

It's great that it is free! They have some very interesting historical items you would expect to see in a large museum. They also have displays that you won't care about unless you are really into archery and would know who the people are.

Thank DustinHolmes
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Reviewed April 2, 2018

Very clean and really educational for everyone. I am not into archery that much but spent a lot of time in there and found it very interesting.

Thank dutch57
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Reviewed March 27, 2018

Really had a good time at the Springfield Bass Pro. The archery hall of fame was interesting. The only thing that makes me unable to recommend it was a somewhat snobbish docent in the archery area. This older gentlemen had a condescending and contemptuous opinion of rifle shooters. I must say that I have been an archer since about 17, I am now 63. I am also an avid rifle shooter. To him I would say that it is not just looking in a scope and pulling the trigger as he so rudely said. Needless to say this man ruined our visit to the archery hall of fame.

Thank keck1392
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Reviewed March 8, 2018

This was a great museum full of lots of interesting things I had no idea about. Really like they also feature women in archery. That was great to see because in the sports world, women are usually second-class citizens.

Thank Karen S
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