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Springfield - Missouri Sports Hall of Fame

3861 East Stan Musial Drive

The Missouri Sports Hall of Fame celebrates the accomplishments made by athletes of our past, while inspiring future athletes to succeed. All of our inductees have helped mold Missouri sports to what it is today.

The Hall of Fame opened it doors in 1994 thanks to Springfield businessman John Q. Hammons. Inside, we have over 4,000 items of sports memorabilia and exhibits. The two-story, 32,000 square foot building also features a number of interactive exhibits allowing you to experience the excitement for yourself. You can race your friends in the NASCAR simulator, step into the batters box against a Major League Baseball pitcher, throw football passes, and much more. Adjacent to the Hall of Fame is the Legends Walk of Fame. The Legends Walk of Fame features busts and statues of notable Show Me State sports figures honored with the yearly Legends Award.

Every year the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame hosts several special events catering to avid sports fans. Our annual enshrinement event inducts exceptional Missouri athletes into the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame. We offer three Sports Enthusiasts Luncheons annually, each featuring a keynote speaker prominent in sports today. We are a part of several celebrity golf tournaments in Lake Ozark, Kansas City, Springfield and St. Louis including the Stan Musial Hall of Fame Championship in Branson. We also host the annual Price Cutter Charity Championship presented by Dr Pepper, a stop on the PGA Nationwide Tour, that raises money for children’s charities of the Ozarks.

Whether you are a sports fanatic or casual fan, you’ll experience Missouri sports at its best, up close and personal, at the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame. We are located in Springfield, Missouri and sit next to the beautiful Highland Springs Golf course along Highway 60, just one mile east of Highway 65.


Jason Johnson

Tuesday, Jan. 2, 2018
This place is AWESOME. My son's and I spent an hour throwing passes to Isaac Bruce, Tony Gonzalez, and Priest Holmes. Shot some hoops and still had time to visit the greatness of Ozzie Smith, George Brett, Norm Stewart, Payne Stewart, and so on.

Holt Bashore

Friday, Dec. 22, 2017
The Sports Hall of Fame is a interesting place to visit you can see people played sports for years and accomplish something some of them were Eldon another places around Eldon or the Lake of the Ozarks which is also a great place to visit the Sports Hall of Fame has basketball shootouts football shootouts NASCAR racing and some other activities for smaller children that's why I'd be a great place to visit if you had small children that you wanted to get active in sports

Trent Merrill

Tuesday, March 6, 2018
Cool lace to take ur kids if they like sports


Wednesday, Feb. 21, 2018
Nice but not as big as I was thinking it would be....

Amber Horacek

Friday, Aug. 4, 2017
This was an Awesome place! My family had so much fun here. We were the only ones touring the museum, so we had it all to ourselves and it was fun! Definitely will be going back!

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