It's pretty tough to be a Canadian male and not be a fan of hockey. Even if you have a disdain for the NHL or professionalism in sport in general, this museum will interest you in ways you wouldn't expect.
We spent four hours there on a Monday afternoon and I think we saw it all... its pretty big so there's no guarantee that was the case. It was a good time to visit, not crowded at all so you could spend as much time as you liked at the exhibits that intrigued you. For me it was the section on International hockey (there's a hockey association in Thailand???), the player Hall of Fame section and, of course, the hall with all the trophies, many of which are no longer awarded. I found it interesting that several of the patrons that day were visitors from somewhere in Eastern Europe judging from their speech and they were perhaps even more excited to be there than us Canadians. They were in their 40s or 50s and were as giddy as pre-teens! I'll remember that as much as the exhibits themselves.
It's hard to believe as big as it is but we actually had trouble finding it. From the address you know it's on a concourse but you have to walk through what must be the biggest food mall on the planet to get there and we didn't find it particularly well posted. My wife requires the occasional smoke break, outside of course (you can leave and return freely with the stamp on your hand), and she met folks outside asking her how to get in! Be patient and ask for directions. Anyway, well worth the less than $20.00 to gain entry and a must for fans of the sport.
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