University of Iowa Athletics Hall of Fame – Iowa City, Iowa, Roy G. Karro Building:
The ultimate fantasy of a fan of the Iowa Hawkeyes…the University of Iowa Athletics Hall of Fame. Photos, biographies, interactive displays, Nile Kinnick’s Heisman Trophy…and more. Three floors of black-and-gold memories, the UI Athletics Hall of Fame is a must-see destination for all friends and fans of the intercollegiate athletics program at the University of Iowa.
The exhibits of all 22 sports are shown on the Hall of Fame walls. Exhibits from the men’s and women’s 2001 Big Ten Tournament trophies to a scorecard from the lowest round shot by a Hawkeye golfer. There are alos old baseball uniforms and every national championship trophy won by the Iowa wrestling program.
Experience in the interactive room by shooting baskets on the old Fieldhouse floor and kicking field goals.
The Hall of Fame also has computer screens throughout the building, showing historic moments in Iowa athletic history. There is also a theatre where fans can watch highlights from any one of Iowa’s sports. Databases are available so friends and relatives of former athletes can relive their history as a Hawkeye.
The UI Athletics Hall of Fame is located at the northwest corner of Melrose Avenue and Mormon Trek Boulevard in Iowa City. The address is 2425 Prairie Meadow Drive, Iowa City.
2425 Prairie Meadow Drive Iowa City, IA 52242
KHF Building 446
Iowa City, Iowa 52242
Hours of Operation
Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Sunday, Noon to 5 p.m.
Hours of operation may change on game days for the Hawkeyes. Please call ahead to confirm the hours of operation on the day you’re planning to visit if that day is also a game day.
Students of all age and seniors, $3
Children under 12 free with a paid adult
Groups of 10 or more, subtract $1 from applicable fee
Saturdays are "Student Saturdays" at the UI Athletics Hall of Fame. All students, elementary aged through college, are admitted free.
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