It may not look like a sports mecca from the outside, but hidden in the basement of downtown Toronto’s ornately futuristic Brookfield Place lies the largest collection of hockey memorabilia in the world. Welcome to the Hockey Hall of Fame, the ultimate destination for you and your hockey-obsessed friends to indulge your fandom for the greatest sport on ice. This fascinating museum features countless displays and interactive exhibits that bring to life the history of the game and the staggering accomplishments of its legends. Start with a stroll through the MCI Great Hall, a cathedral to the icons of hockey that features portraits and information on every member—as well as the vaunted Stanley Cup. Then move on to the NHL Zone, which tells the story of both current and former NHL teams. (Anybody remember the Philadelphia Quakers or the Brooklyn Americans?) Now that you’re inspired, get a little more involved at the NHLPA Be a Player Zone, an interactive mini hockey rink where you can try to stop the shots of a virtual Wayne Gretzky. Good luck with that. Don’t forget to pack a camera so you and your pals can stage a photo shoot in the recreated Montreal Canadiens dressing room and live out your fantasies of an alternate universe where you’re all hockey stars.