1. What are education group requirements?
The following information will be
necessary to confirm a group visit.
- Name of school
- Name of teacher (group leader)
- Phone and fax number
- Grade level of class
- Number of students and supervisors and/or volunteers in group
- One teacher/leader to a group of 5-8 students is the recommended ratio.
The teacher/leader must supervise the group
for the duration of the tour.
For younger classes,
smaller groups are recommended.
2. What is the education group pricing breakdown?
|Education rates (minimum 15 guests)
|Student Group (14yrs-18yrs)
|Youth Group (4yrs-13yrs) / Senior Group (65yrs+)
*Prices include all applicable taxes and are subject to change without notice.
- Adults with school groups receive one complimentary general admission for every 10 students.
Additional adults pay a special rate (eg. $8.00 or $9.00).
- Minor hockey teams and other youth group types are entitled to school group rates however
adults with these groups pay the general group rate of $13.00.
3. What are the hours of operation?
Fall/Winter/Spring (except holiday Christmas and March breaks)
- Monday - Friday: 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
- Saturday: 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
- Sunday: 10:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Summer ((beginning last week of June) and holiday breaks
- Monday - Saturday: 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
- Sunday: 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
4. What will make the educational trip
- Allow a minimum of two hours for a visit.
- It is suggested that school groups spend half of the visit completing
selected material and the other half experiencing hands-on interactive
- Start student groups (5-8 students plus a leader) at different zones
in the Hockey Hall of Fame. This will help traffic flow.
- A pre-visit by the group leader is highly recommended. Teachers receive FREE access to the Hockey Hall of Fame when they present their Ontario College of Teachers membership card.
NB: The Hockey Hall of Fame does not conduct guided tours.
However, staff are positioned throughout the facility to provide assistance.
5. Method of payment for the field trip
- Please have a group leader pay upon arrival by
cash, school cheque or authorized credit card. Coinage will only be accepted if
6. Does the Hockey Hall of Fame have a coat check or lockers?
- No, unfortunately they are not available at this time.
7. What about lunch facilities?
- Food cannot be brought into the Hockey Hall of
Fame. Pepsi refreshment and snack machines are located inside the Hockey Hall of Fame. There is a food court adjacent to the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Recommendations for local restaurants that will accommodate school
groups can be provided.
8. Are there other attractions close by?
NB: The Hockey Hall of Fame is a public facility for everyone to
enjoy and we strongly suggest that the group leader take full
responsibility for the conduct of their group, i.e. - walk, not run and
keep voices at a moderate level.
- CN Tower
- Rogers Centre
- Eaton Centre
- Air Canada Centre
- Sony Centre
9. Can I visit the Hockey Hall of Fame prior to my class's scheduled trip to assist me in preparing for the visit?
Yes, we encourage teachers to visit the Hockey Hall of Fame, if possible before they bring down their class to become familiar with the facility and the Hall-Visit activities. Teachers may even wish to customize their own Hall-Visit activity if they wish. Show your Ontario College of Teachers membership card and receive FREE admission to the Hockey Hall of Fame.