The NCAA Hall of Champions also features a special exhibit each year to commemorate the achievements of different colleges or universities and students athletes. Previous special exhibits include: Celebrating the Historically Black Colleges and Universities of the NCAA, The MIAA- Celebrating 125 Years of Student-Athlete Excellence, and NCAA Vintage Exhibit.5 The special exhibit for 2015, NCAA Hall of Champion's 60 Years of NCAA Men's Final Four Exhibit runs from March 10, 2015 until April 12, 20156. Visitors have access to both levels of the museum as well as the special exhibits when they purchase an admissions ticket for the museum.
After the NCAA home office relocated from Kansas City to Indianapolis, the NCAA Hall of Champions has offered a new appeal of college athletics to the public7. Opened in 2000, the 35,000-foot facility has served as an educational, entertainment, and athletic complex8. Anybody who visits our office or the Hall of Champions will immediately understand the appeal of the new site, NCAA President Cedric W. Dempsey said9. In every sense, this is a partnership with Indianapolis that will work to the advantage of both eh NCAA and the city.10
Cost of Admission for NCAA Hall of Champions: Adults- $5.000 Youth (ages 6 to 18)- $3.000 Seniors (ages 60+)- $3.00 Children (ages 5 and under)- Free
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