Hockey Hall of Famers’ Hockey Hall Of Fame Museum to open in London
By Dan Graziano The NHL Hall of Fame Museum will open its doors to the public on Wednesday.
The museum is expected to be the first museum to open to the general public in Europe and will include exhibits and interactive exhibits that include a hockey hall of fame, the hockey legend and the game’s all-time leading scorers.
The Hall of Famer and the All-Star game’s first-ever all-star team will be on display at the museum, which opened its doors on Thursday.
The Hall of Fans, which will feature hockey memorabilia, a full-size replica of the legendary St. Louis Blues logo, and other memorabilia from the NHL, is expected open by March 2019.
The hall will be open to all guests, but the museum is expecting a high turnout for the opening day.
The museum will have about 100,000 square feet of space, which is located on the ground floor of the Hall of Hockey.
A large screen will be used to provide an immersive experience for guests, which includes the St. John’s IceCaps mascot.
The icecaps will also have a team in the museum’s replica jersey.
Other exhibits at the Hall include the Stanley Cup Playoffs, which has been the subject of much controversy this season, and the NHL’s 100th anniversary celebration.
The hockey museum will also offer exhibits about the NHL players and the players’ wives, along with the NHL Players’ union.