Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame

 

Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame

Click on the thumbnails below to view larger photos.

  • A look at the exterior of our New Castle building, opened in 1990.  Flags are displayed to represent girls' and boys' teams that have won semi-state, state championship, and our City Securities Hall of Fame Classic championships in the past year.
  • Stained glass displays feature a number of Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame inductees who are enshrined in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.  These pieces came from the original Naismith museum.
  • A look down on our main exhibit hall from the upper level.
  • Past President of the Hall of Fame, Ray Craft gives a tour to students from Milan Elementary School in 2011.  Craft was a starting guard on the 1954 Milan Indian state championship team, the team that inspired the movie Hoosiers.
  • An aerial view of the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame museum prominently displays our courtyard, which is composed of over 6,000 inscribed bricks.
  • A photo of the 1964 Lafayette Jeff Bronchos featured in the museum.
  • A broad look at our main exhibition floor.
  • Our enshrinement hall displays each of the legends who have been inducted into the Indiana Basketball Hall of Fame
  • Upon entering our building, visitors are hit with waves of Indiana basketball history.
  • Touch screen kiosks allow visitors to look up inductees by their school, age, or name.

Raymond James