FALL 2021 TO SPRING 2022
Open only for group tours by appointment for schools, daycares, and activity groups.
SUMMER 2022 (JUNE - AUGUST)
Tuesday: 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday: 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Thursday: 12:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Friday: 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM
Saturday: 12:00 PM – 5:00 PM
We offer group tours for camps, daycares and activity groups. Leaders and chaperons are free.
The NBSHF officers are open Monday to Friday from 8:30 AM to 4:30 PM by appointment only.
$3.00 for students
$5.00 for adults
$15.00 for families.
$40.00 minimum for group tours. At least 1 chaperone (over the age of 18) must be present. Leaders and chaperons are free.
Click the link to get your passport to EXPLORE NB AHNB Passport 2021 this summer.
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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.
Virtual Sports Simulator
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Virtual Locker Room
Explore the stories and achievements of our Honoured Members with this interactive 46” touchscreen exhibit.
Honour the legends of our most recent inductees in the Shrine. These athletes, teams and sport builders reached for the highest levels of competition and conquered the impossible!
The New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame boasts a collection of over 230 one-of-a-kind charcoal portraits, celebrating each of its Honoured Members. These drawings represent over 34 different sports and nearly 700 individuals and are the combined works of Fredericton artists Marjory Donaldson, J. Alex McGibbon and Debb Ferris Bates.
Biomechanics and Sports Discovery Centre
Gear up for a gyroscopic effect on the momentum machine!
In The Gallery
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Hall of Fame Gallery and Shrine
3D Virtual Tour
A 3D Tour of the NB Sports all of Fame is now available. Come and experience the most realistic and immersive way to visit the Sports Hall of Fame online. It will feel like you are really here.
We have over 9000 items, artefacts, family heirlooms, art and photographs in our collection. Many items from our collection are part of Artefacts Canada database and can be viewed here.
If you have any items you think belongs in the NB Sports Hall of Fame’s collection, please visit our donations page.
View Artefacts Onsite
A request to view artefacts can be made with a minimum of 15 days advance notification by completing the Collections Access Application Form. Please read below before completing the Collection Access Application Form.
The New Brunswick Sports Hall of Fame developed the following policies and procedures in order to make its collection available for examination and study by the public while preserving and protecting the artefacts in the collection. Failure to comply with the policies and procedures herein will result in denial of future access to the NB Sports Hall of Fame Collection.
The NB Sports Hall of Fame Executive Director or designee reserves the right to deny access to collections. Access to certain objects may be restricted due to their fragility, age, value, importance, or at the request of a donor or lender.
Examination will be conducted in a collections work area under the supervision of a NBSHF staff member. Applicants must observe all collections access conditions and security procedures while in work areas and must follow Museum staff instructions.
Applicants may handle artefacts only with permission of Museum staff and only when wearing provided cotton or nitrile gloves, unless otherwise directed.
Applicants may take hand written notes in pencil. Pens, markers, and other permanent marking tools are not permitted in collections storage or collections work areas.
Applicants may not remove tags or labels from artefacts.
Applicants may not clean, dust, or brush artefacts without consulting Museum staff.
Applicants may undertake object photography or illustration only if they have received permission from the Executive Director or designee.
Applicants may not subject artefacts to technical examination of any type or reproduce artefacts in any media other than photography or illustration as stated above, without written permission from the Museum.
Applicants may request copies of non-restricted accession file information. Access to the collections and accession file information is provided without warranties as to its accuracy or completeness, and applicants will assume any and all risk in their use of this information. Copy fees may apply.
Applicants should submit to the Museum one (1) digital or paper copy of any document or publication resulting from examination of the NB Sports Hall of Fame collections.
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All prospective applicants must complete the Collections Access Request Form. Applications must be submitted at least fifteen days (15) days in advance of the date(s) the applicant wishes to access the Museum’s collections.
To celebrate our 50th Induction Gala in 2019 and our 50th Birthday in 2020, we announced the start of our Building Inspiration campaign with a goal of raising $300,000.00 and we succeeded.
We are thrilled to have received funding from generous supporters (listed below). Through their donations we accomplished our goal to build our 50-seat theatre called Alden R. Clark. They truly made the difference for us, and we are extremely grateful!
Supporters are honoured on our donor recognition wall just outside the theatre. Take our 3D tour for an up-close view.