The Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame is located at 145 Pacific Avenue inside the Canada Games Sport for Life Centre. The Gallery is a 3000 square foot facility dedicated to celebrating the rich sports history in Manitoba, and is open to the public from Tuesday to Sunday. Come check out our latest exhibit: Road to Rio 2016: Manitoba at the Summer Olympics!
From March to August 2016, the gallery will feature Road to Rio: Manitobans at the Summer Olympics. Visitors will experience artefacts and memorabilia from Olympic Games dating back to 1904 St. Louis through to 2012 London. Manitoban medalists like Clara Hughes, Janine (Hanson) Stephens, Jimmy Ball and more will be on exhibit in this colorful display of pageantry and national pride.
There was plenty to celebrate on Saturday night as athletes, coaches, officials, volunteers and Hall of Fame inductees were recognized for their remarkable achievements in amateur sport in our province! Who were our winners?
Starting this spring, the Hall of Fame has new lower admission costs: Adults/General Admission: $3.00 Children (12 Years and Under) & Senior (55+): $2.00 Please note the new hours of operation:
The Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame is happy to announce our new Gallery Manager, Ansel Vyrauen. Ansel is an experienced hospitality and tourism professional who loves the history of the Exchange District and looks forward to promoting Manitoba's rich sport heritage.
Inducted into the Manitoba Sports Hall of Fame in 1993, NHL legend Andy Bathgate passed away on February 26, 2016 at the age of 83.