I'm not a hockey fan and can attest to the fact that you don't need to be a serious fan to enjoy the many attractions displayed throughout the labyrinth-shaped path of discoveries of the Hockey Hall of Fame. The museum fills a large space in the underground underneath the eye-catching arches of Brookfield Place. Devoted aficionados could easily spend an entire afternoon reading the texts adjoining each gorgeous window display but there are also sufficient interactive displays to entertain children, particularly if they are hooked on the national sport. They'll have the opportunity to try intercepting soft pucks shot full blast by virtual Messier and Gretzky. They'll shoot real pucks towards virtual Eddie Belfour guarding the goal. Make sure to photograph your aspiring players in front of the gleaming Stanley Cup located in the splendid Bell Great Hall featuring a dome adorned with magnificent stained glass (this building used to be a bank).