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Duke Basketball Museum and Sports Hall of Famet


306 Towerview Rd
Durham, NC 27710
Phone: (919) 613-7500
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Duke Basketball Museum and Sports Hall of Famet

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Photo of Brandon M Brandon M
Nov 27, 2018 5

Really great exhibit hall with all their trophies on display. I'm not a Duke fan, but as someone who loves college basketball, it was amazing. I was even able to walk down onto Coach K Court which was an honor. Truly amazing to see everything firsthand. Highly recommend going!

Photo of Jamie Foutz Jamie Foutz
Jun 15, 2019 5

Awesome..very well done..brings back a ton of great memories

Photo of Donna Manson Donna Manson
Jan 12, 2019 1

The doors were all locked during the 10 am-4pm when we went. Could not get to the concourse level to see the Hall of Fame. Very disappointed since we had company from out of state that we brought to Duke to see the it. A few items were accessible on the lower level but not what we came to see.

Photo of Rashad Moore Rashad Moore
Jan 14, 2019 5

Beautiful display of awards and memorials of the past. Walking around and ran into players was the best part!

Photo of Jason Zacher Jason Zacher
Apr 11, 2018 5

The museum is not huge but you could spend a long time in there. It is so impressive. The history of Duke basketball is on Full display. All the facts. All the trophies. The museum with shiny and pristine. I would definitely recommend it if you're in the area. It is literally right above Cameron Indoor Stadium where Duke plays basketball and only about half a block from the football stadium. The Duke campus was spectacular and beautiful. I hope to return some day. Admission to the museum was free when I was there. They do have limited hours some days though so you want to check ahead of time.

Photo of Chassen Williams Chassen Williams
Jun 19, 2019 5

If you love the team you gotta make a stop here and take the free tour of Cameron indoor while you're here. All the memories and history of the team in 1 place. It's amazing to stop and see all the accomplishments over the years. Even as someone who's been a fan for the last 20 years it's still cool to see it all on one place