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Northwestern Ontario Sports Hall of Fame and Museum

The Northwestern Ontario Sports Hall of Fame and Museum is a place where legens live on ....

The Northwester Ontario Sports Hall of Fame and Museum was established in THunder Bay in 1978 with a mandate to preserve and honour our region's rich and proud sports heritage.

Since that time, close to 250 men and women and 50 numerous teams from all across northwestern Ontario have been honoured for their outstanding accomplishments and contributions to a wide variety of sports. As well, thousands of historically significant artifacts have been preserved and displayed in a museum setting for citizens and visitors to take pride in and learn from 

Educational programs and tours are offered for school and groups and a sports library and archives are available for researchers.

Amenities: Wheelchair accessible.

Located at 219 May Street South, beside City Hall, in Downtown Thunder Bay South, in close proximity to the Thunder Bay Museum, Brodie Library and Kaministiquia River Heritage Park. 

Address: 219 May St S
Thunder Bay, ON P7E 1B5
Tel: (807) 622-2852
Hours:
Tuesday to Saturday
noon - 5 pm
Website: www.nwosportshalloffame.com