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Basketball Hall of Fame
Play virtual reality one-on-one against Michael Jordan, measure your vertical leap and check out Bob Lanier's size 22 shoes or the uniform worn by Wilt Chamberlain the night he scored 100 points (or was it 100 women? Who's counting!).
Where to play
6,508 yards, par 72
Greens fee: $64-$69
This course on the edge of the Berkshires gets its name from a nearby soda company and its design from Robert Trent Jones Sr. Creeks meander through the property, and a giant lake is the hazard on the left at the 592-yard par-5 eighth. A course loaded with character and lined with trees.
Pro Football Hall of Fame
An interactive game lets you run the offense.run, pass or punt.and a computer analyzes your decision and tells you if you called the right play.
Where to play
Clearview Golf Course
6,328 yards, par 70; Green fee: $15-$35
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Clearview Golf Course is the country's first course designed, owned and operated by an African American. Bill Powell built the first nine in 1946, and the second nine two years later.
Hockey Hall of Fame
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
You'll get the chance to score on Eddie Belfour or stop a shot by Mark Messier. Salute the Stanley Cup and get a giggle from Wayne Gretzky's Rangers jersey with his name misspelled.