Visiting the Hall
The Original Hockey Hall of Fame is now located at Kingston's Invista Centre, a four-pad arena complex on Gardiners Road with easy access to Highway 401.
See hockey's rarest and most unique artifacts, take a stroll through hockey history and learn about the evolution of the game and the prominent role Kingston played in its development.
You'll see hockey's only square puck, used in the first organized game in Kingston in 1886, Canada's first Olympic hockey gold medal won in 1924, hockey's oldest jersey from Queen's University (1894) and a salute to Kingston's own Don Cherry. There is also a tribute to five Kingston players who scored Stanley Cup winning goals, Kingston's Golden Girl Jayna Hefford and many of the top artifacts from the NHL's Original Six era.
Visit the William J. Henderson Theatre to see the documentary film "The Cradle of Hockey," the story of Kingston's hockey pioneers, which is narrated by Don Cherry.
The Puck Starts Here! Come and learn more about Canada's great frozen game.
Hours Of Operation
The Hall is open every week from Thursday to Sunday from 12 noon to 6 pm.
The Invista Centre is closed Labour Day, Thanksgiving Monday, Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Years Day, Easter Sunday and Monday, Victoria Day and Canada Day.
Admission is by donation.
To get the full history of the Original Hockey Hall of Fame, personally guided tours can be arranged for groups of 10 or more people with at least a week's advance notice. Tours can be scheduled any day of the week. A nominal fee will apply. To arrange your group tour email us at: firstname.lastname@example.org