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Museum Hours

Mon - Sat 10am to 5pm
Closed Sunday (December thru February)
Open Sunday 1pm to 5pm (March thru November)

Closed on December 31st, January 1st & January 2nd.

Admission:
Adults and Teens $5
Children age 5-12 $3

Location:
408 Trojan Lane
New Castle IN 47362

Mailing Address:
One Hall of Fame Court
New Castle IN 47362

 

 

Recent News

  • Indiana Basketball History Magazine - Spring 2017

    Indiana Basketball History Magazine - Spring 2017

    Posted by: H. Grace Shymanski /Friday, June 16, 2017

    The current women’s basketball team for Indiana University continues to find success as more of the women’s players are finding their place in women’s basketball history. Team leaders such as Tyra Buss and Amanda Cahill join the ranks of the 1,000 point club in their junior seasons. Last season, the Hoosiers were selected to play in the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2002. As a No. 9 seed, IU won its first tournament victory.

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  • Indiana Basketball History Magazine - Winter 2017

    Indiana Basketball History Magazine - Winter 2017

    Posted by: Mark Buxton, PhD /Wednesday, March 1, 2017

    Marco is located on Highway 67 in Greene County, about 30 miles northeast of Vincennes and about 95 miles southwest of Indianapolis. Highway 67 connects Vincennes and Indianapolis and turns into Kentucky Avenue on the southwest side of Indianapolis.
    Marco first played in the state tournament in 1913 losing to Gary, 28-8. There were no sectionals back in those days, all schools went straight to Bloomington for the state finals.

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  • Indiana Basketball History Magazine - Fall 2016

    Indiana Basketball History Magazine - Fall 2016

    Posted by: John E. Tener /Tuesday, December 6, 2016

    Noblesville in the 1950’s was, and remains, the county seat of Hamilton County, the county located due north of Marion County,  with its large capital city of Indianapolis.  It was small in population (approximately 7000), Protestant, Republican, conservative, overwhelmingly White, quietly segregated, and enjoyed a comfortable prosperity anchored by the largest employer, a Firestone Tire and Rubber company plant.

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  • Indiana Basketball History Magazine - Summer 2016

    Indiana Basketball History Magazine - Summer 2016

    Posted by: Mark Buxton /Wednesday, September 28, 2016

    Chandler is located in Warrick County about five miles west of the county seat Boonville and thirteen miles east of downtown Evansville and today has a population of about 2900. Chandler High School first played in the state tournament in 1925 in the Evansville sectional, the Panthers were matched up with archrival and county foe Boonville, losing 22-19.

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  • Indiana Basketball History Magazine - Spring 2016

    Indiana Basketball History Magazine - Spring 2016

    Posted by: Norman Jones /Wednesday, September 28, 2016

    Any Hoosier remotely interested in the history of the state that became known as “the basketball state” is usually well informed about the Milan Miracle that took place in Butler Fieldhouse in Indianapolis on March 20, 1954. It is the story of a small rural town in southeastern Indiana and how it pulled off one of the greatest upsets in sports history by winning the Indiana high school basketball state championship. In fact, the movie Hoosiers has helped to keep this famous game alive which pitted little Milan against powerful and heavily favored Muncie Central. Milan won 32-30 on a last second jump shot by the last of the small town heroes, Bobby Plump.

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