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The museum is staffed by a baylor student, in this Chad was there and he was both helpful and knowledgeable. For Football fans there is a Tom Landry exhibit, a Nolan Ryan exhibit for the baseball fans and a George Foreman exhibit for the boxing aficionados, though several sports are showcased here, including prominent athletes that studied at other Universities. Excellent—Worthy of your Visit. The Texas Sports Hall of Fame is nicely done and is worthy of a visit. We arrived at PM and the Hall closed at so we had to rush through it.
I would suggest at least 2 hours to see each exhibit in detail and watch the videos. Lauri M Allen, TX contributions.
Hall of Fame for Lone Star Sports. Quite a bit of memorabilia on athletes who were either born in TX or played on TX teams. I enjoyed seeing all the SWC displays as well as the room dedicated to Tom Landry, and all the baseball stuff. Nicole Glen Ellyn, IL contributions. Worth the stop.
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Very well done. Lots to see and plenty of interactive exhibits. Fun for all ages. Can tour everything in an hour and a half. Inspiration Cleburne, TX 6 contributions. A real find for serious Texas sports fans. Well organized and very informative. SWC hall interesting for college fans.
Wide variety of sports represented. Some displays need to be updated. Still have the Oilers and Astros playing in the Astrodome, for example. Shoutout to William, our host, who was very knowledgable. Princerman Otsego, MN contributions. Want to learn about the SWC? If you liked the old Southwest Conference, have we got a place for you. There's a big room with stuff from all the old SWC schools. I probably spent 60 minutes in the SWC room alone. I saw stuff from so many athletes I liked as a youngster. I liked some of the interactive displays like the shot put pickup.
There are cool displays about Tom Landry and Nolan Ryan. It's kind of heavy on football and baseball. I am sure some other sports fans may feel their sports are lacking. There's a lot of golf stuff which I skipped over. Bonnie D Freer, United States 13 contributions. Grandsons Loved It!! If you are a sports fan, any sport, and don't mind walking through a maze of history to get to your favorite athlete, then this place is for you.
The old sports equipment and the detailed history is worth the stroll through this museum! Leisurely visit.
Lots of local interest to view I think high school basketball got short-changed. Some displays crying out to be updated.
Really nice, must see place, great history, good place to visit if you are a sports buff and just learn tons.