Delaware Sports Museum and Hall of Fame

Hours

April 1 through October 31
Tuesday through Friday
noon to 5pm)

November 1 through March 31
Open for school and group tours
by appointment only
Call to schedule a tour

Admission Adults $4.00
Seniors (Over 50) $3.00
Young Adults (13-19 years) $2.00
12/under (with adult) FREE

Address

801 South Madison Street Wilmington, DE 19801   View map

Phone Number

302.425.3263

Parking

Free parking available near each stop

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Directions

Take Exit 6 off of I-95 (either approaching from the north or south), then follow the signs to Frawley Stadium on the Wilmington Riverfront. The Sports Museum and Hall of Fame is located along the first-base line.

Delaware sports history from Civil War days to the present comes alive through photos, audio & video presentations, artifacts, and memorabilia. Decade by decade exhibits tell the story of the accomplishments of the First State’s athletes, coaches, officials, administrators, sportswriters and broadcasters. Over two hundred and twenty people have been inducted into the Delaware Sports Hall of Fame. Visitors can access special computers with biographies and photos.

Located at Frawley Stadium – on the Riverfront in Wilmington, Delaware -the museum offers visitors the opportunity to see and hear Delaware sports figures describe their experiences.

Visitors will witness Hall of Famer “Judy” Johnson tell his story to a young fan. Relive athletes winning Olympic Gold Medals, the University of Delaware’s NCAA Football titles, exhibits honoring Delaware’s Special Olympians, pro baseball, football, basketball and soccer teams.

The Museum has computers and touch screens which allow visitors to learn about all inductees, Special Olympics and individual sports halls of fame.