Enter the Hockey Hall of Fame via our main entrance on the Shopping Concourse Level of Brookfield Place. We’re located in the southeast corner of the Concourse. Please note that there is no public access through the front doors of the historic bank building at Yonge and Front Streets.
While the average visit to the Hockey Hall of Fame is two hours, your admission is for the whole day. Upon entry, you'll receive a hand stamp so you can leave and re-enter as many times as you want (for example, to grab lunch or meet other members of your group).
Please note, the Hockey Hall of Fame does not have lockers or a coat check service.
Wheelchairs and strollers can reach every area in the Hockey Hall of Fame. For guests with wheelchairs and strollers there is an elevator located beside the steps to the Great Hall.
The Hockey Hall of Fame also has one wheelchair available for loan on a first-come, first-serve basis. There is no charge for this service. Guest is required to leave a current valid Driver’s License or Passport. The ID will be returned to the guest when the wheelchair is returned. The wheelchair cannot leave the Hockey Hall of Fame premises.
Baby changing stations are located in both restrooms located next to Upper Deck Collectors’ Corner.
The Hockey Hall of Fame is committed to providing an environment accessible and open to all guests visiting the facility. View HHOF’s full Accessible Customer Service Plan.
Cameras are welcome at the Hockey Hall of Fame. Using our Stanley Cup Personal Photo-Op system presented by FujiFilm, you can get high-quality prints of you together with Hockey’s ultimate prize and even download digital copies afterwards. More here.
Food and drinks are not permitted to be brought into the Hockey Hall of Fame. Pepsi refreshment and snack machines are located inside the Hockey Hall of Fame.