This place is just awesome...they have a basketball court to shoot around in...there are simulators which you can play sports on and was able to watch live college football and basketball games while i was there which i couldn't watch at home. Great place for the people who love college sports...highly recommended.
It has just reopened from the fire, but its not worth the time or money. Adults cost $5 (plus parking) which is way over priced for what you get. The first floor has a lame "video" of generic NCAA pictures set to music, and information about the different sports that you could just as easily learn on the internet. The upper floor is more interactive and could be more fun if the staff actually maintained everything so that it was working. If your going to Indy, don't waste your time or money on the Hall of Champions and do something fun that Indy has to offer.
Parking Garage doesn't tell you the NCAA is CLOSED.
By A Yahoo Contributor, 6/23/08
We paid to park and we had 6 cars in our group. After we found out the NCAA Hall of Champions is closed because of a fire, we left. They don't have any signs saying the place is closed until you get to the building. The parking garage doesn't give refunds. They are making some money off of people who park in the parking garage. They need to post signs saying the NCAA IS CLOSED not just at the door of the building.
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