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United States Hockey Hall of Fame Museum

801 Hat Trick Avenue
218-744-5167

Mission Statement

The United States Hockey Hall of Fame was dedicated in 1973 as the "National Shrine of American Hockey", to be America's hockey showplace to honor the legends of the game with the "Great Wall of Fame" of Enshrinees, and to preserve the precious memories of ice hockey in the United States. To date, the Hall has honored 145 outstanding coaches, players, builders, administrators and two Olympic teams who have contributed to the success and promotion of American hockey. In May 2007, an agreement between the Hall and USA Hockey was established whereas USA Hockey will take over the Induction process and the Hall's official name will now become the "United States Hockey Hall of Fame Museum."



Reviews

Adelia Kindstrand

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Saturday, April 28, 2018
Lots of great hockey history and stories to take in. The kids loved the shooting areas and games. There is so much potential for this place - it could use some updating to the displays.

Eli Cagle

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Sunday, March 25, 2018
Great Museum, weird hours. Spent about one hour there. Inconvenient location, 3 hours from Minnesota/ St Paul airport. Great experience though.

Chuck Barta

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Saturday, May 12, 2018
Enjoyable. If you like hockey, nice place to kill an hour.

Sean Trevis

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Tuesday, Sep. 26, 2017
Careful. Watch seasonal hours. Google isn't always right. Don't make our mistake and drive all the way there to find they're now only open on weekends until next May rolls around again.

Pam Onnen

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Wednesday, Sep. 6, 2017
Friendly staff, welcoming atmosphere. Great puck shooting activities. Spent about one hour on the self guided tour.

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