Visit the Hall!

buyticketsLocated in Macon, Georgia, the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame is the country’s largest state sports museum at 43,000 square feet. Created in 1956 as the Georgia Prep Sports Hall of Fame, the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame has been in existence for more than 50 years. It was expanded in 1963 to encompass prep, college, amateur and professional sports. In 1999, it moved into a permanent new home in Macon.

The Georgia Sports Hall of Fame’s building resembles a turn of the century ballpark with a red-brick exterior and green roof. From the old style ticket booths to the brick columns in the rotunda and special lighting, the museum invites visitors to experience the history of sports in Georgia with more than 14,000 square feet of high-energy exhibit space and a Hall of Fame Corridor that honors the over 300 inductees. In addition, there is a 205-seat theater with exposed steel trellises based on the design of Ponce de Leon Park in Atlanta. The Georgia Sports Hall of Fame also offers visitors an extensive research library and gift shop.

Group Tours

The Georgia Sports Hall of Fame welcomes group tours of all ages.  Reserved adult groups of ten or more will receive a discounted admission rate of $6.00 per person for a self-guided tour of the museum.  Please feel free to communicate any special requests prior to your visit – on site lunch, particular areas of interest, etc. – and we will do our best to accommodate them.  Please call 478.752.1585 to reserve your tour, or use our group tour form to request a reservation.

School Tours

The Georgia Sports Hall of Fame is an informative, fun, and unique educational opportunity for elementary, middle, and high school students.  Guided tours are available for groups of ten or more, and admission is free for one teacher or chaperone for every 10 paid student admissions.  Please call 478.752.1585 to reserve your tour, or use our group tour form to request a reservation.

Enhanced programs are also available.  The GSHF offers a health and wellness program called Steps for Life to middle school students. Please contact Ben Sapp at 478.752.1585 ext. 102 or email through our Contact Page for more information on these special programs.

Hours and Admission

We are open Tuesday through Saturday from 9:00am until 5:00pm and closed on Sundays. The museum is open on Monday for group reservations only.

Individual Admission
Adults (17 & Over)
Seniors, College, & Military with ID
Children (16 & Under)

Map and Contacts

See this page for directional map, telephone and fax numbers, and email addresses.

Our Mission Statement

Our mission is to celebrate outstanding athletic accomplishments of Georgians and to inspire the youth of our state to excellence.

Authority Members

Emily P. Myers, Chairman

John Dewberry, Vice-Chairman

Don Leebern III, Secretary

Loran Smith, Treasurer

Lee Burton
St. Simons Island

Paul Holmes, Jr.

L.J. “Stan” Lomax
Ft. Valley

Kirby Moore

Tony Moye

Foundation Directors

Mack Reese, Chairman

Steve Anthony, Vice-Chairman

Alan C. Grant, Secretary

Billy Hester, Agent

Geoff Anderson

Dr. Bill Barnes

David Durham

Dr. Frank Glover

Ed W. Jones

Dee Matthews

Susan Stribling

Earl Wright

Steve Collins