Original Hockey Hall of Fame

Original Hockey Hall of Fame and Museum

The world’s Original Hockey Hall of Fame (OHHOF) was founded in Kingston by the NHL in 1943 and the first forty inductees were honoured during the Kingston-era.  The OHHOF is in a new location at Kingston’s Invista Centre; a 4-pad arena on Gardiners Road just south of Highway 401.  Our collection reflects the fascinating evolution of hockey and Kingston’s prominent role.   Highlights include the Don Cherry Collection, Canada’s first Olympic gold medal, hockey’s oldest jersey and the square puck used in the first game in Kingston in 1886.  We’re open Thursday to Sunday 12 pm to 6 pm, admission by donation.  Visit us at:  www.originalhockeyhalloffame.com

Location: 
Invista Centre, 1350 Gardiners Road, 2nd Floor, Kingston
Hours: 
Thu - Sun - 12 pm - 6 pm
Admission: 
Admission by donation
Telephone: 
(613) 507-1943