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The United States Hockey Hall of Fame Museum

Visit United States Hockey Hall of Fame Museum in person and experience the thrilling game action and inspiring achievements via physical displays, exhibits, video, theater and memorabilia.

1922_RoseauThe United States Hockey Hall of Fame Museum is America’s hockey showcase. Beginning in 1973, the Hall has honored and recognized outstanding coaches, players, builders and administrators who have contributed to the success and promotion of American Hockey.

Eveleth, Minnesota has been designated “The Capital of American Hockey,” and is known as the home of the United States Hockey Hall of Fame Museum because of its rich hockey traditions. No community the size of Eveleth has produced as many quality players or has contributed more to the development of the sport in the United States. Furthermore, the Iron Range and Minnesota in general have had significant impact on US Hockey.

1904-05_Two_HarborsThe United States Hockey Hall of Fame Museum is located in Eveleth, Minnesota, only 3 hours from Minneapolis, and in the heart of the Iron Range. The United States Hockey Hall of Fame Museum is a perfect vacation stop for the whole family. Eveleth, Minnesota is a getaway to the great Northern Minnesota wilderness area.

Come and visit the Hall, “Our National Shrine of American Hockey”. Visit our Gift Shop, try your skills on the replica rink, see the #4 Zamboni, watch the 1980 Olympic Team as they take home the Gold!

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 158 members and three 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.”