Welcome to the Hall

Welcome to the New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame! When you visit us you will find many family-friendly activities that are fun for all ages. You can play your favourite game in our Sports Simulator, experience the amazing stories of our inducted members in our Virtual Locker Room and see the science behind it all in the Biomechanics and Sports Discovery Centre!

About

The New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame Inc. was established in 1970 to recognize and honour those athletes, teams and builders who have achieved outstanding success, and those who have made a significant contribution to the advancement of competitive sport in this province.

The New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame (NBSHF) is the lead authority in preserving and promoting New Brunswick’s rich sporting heritage.  As a non-government incorporated charity, run mostly by volunteers, we operate the only Sports Museum in New Brunswick.  We celebrate the stories of New Brunswick’s most inspiring athletes and leverage the power of sport to enrich lives and demonstrate the positive impact that sport and the community of the people involved in sport have in shaping the lives of our youth.  By honouring our best, we inspire the rest!

Our Mission

The New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame preserves and celebrates our sports heritage to inspire greatness.

Our Vision

To honour our best and inspire the rest.

Hours of Operation

New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame museum hours

Fall, Winter & Spring

From September to June, our museum is closed for regular schedule. Contact us to book a tour!

Please see Tours for more information.

Summer (June, July, August)

Monday: CLOSED

Tuesday: 12:00 pm – 5:00 p.m.

Wednesday: 12:00 pm – 5:00 p.m

Thursday: 12:00 pm – 8:00 p.m

Friday: 12:00 pm – 5:00 p.m

Saturday: 12:00 pm – 5:00 p.m

Sunday:  CLOSED

 

New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame office hours

Year-round

Monday to Friday: 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Location

The New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame Inc. is housed in the John Thurston Clark Memorial Building, 503 Queen Street, Fredericton, in an area known as the Historic Garrison District. The Garrison District was declared a National Historic Site in 1965. Constructed in 1881 as Fredericton’s Post Office and Customs House, the Clark Building later served as the Public Library, and then as the National Exhibition Centre. Since 1996, the Sports Hall of Fame has occupied the entire building.

To find the Sports Hall of Fame, follow the directions to “Fredericton City Center”. The Clark Building is located on the corner of Queen and Carleton Streets, in the heart of the city. It is just one block from City Hall and on the self-guided walking tour of downtown Fredericton.

Admission

Summer (June, July, August)

$2.00 for students

$3.00 for adults

$8.00 for families.

Please see tours for large groups

Fall, Winter & Spring

Please see tours for off-season bookings and for large groups

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