As an American, I admit that I don't know nearly as much about ice hockey as our neighbors to the north do. So on a recent trip to Toronto, a trip to the Hockey Hall of Fame was definitely in order.
This home to everything hockey features jerseys, pucks, gold medals and Lord Stanley's big shiny cup. You could spend hours there, learning about hockey around the world and how Canada came to dominate in this sport that they love so much. Americans will enjoy the exhibit on the "Miracle on Ice" and Canadians will enjoy the fact that they have the actual goal net from the 2010 Winter Olympics victory. You can get up close and personal with the Stanley Cup, while the original cup (spoiler: MUCH smaller) watches over nearby.
We happened to visit on Induction Weekend, so the place was swarming with rabid hockey fans. I couldn't expect anything less from Canada.