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Booth Family Hall of Athletics

1651 Naismith Dr, Allen Fieldhouse‎, Lawrence, KS 66045-4069
+1 785-864-7050
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Rock Chalk Jayhawk!!

If you were not a fan, you will be! Home of Kirk Heinrich and so many others. I had no idea how... read more

Reviewed 3 December 2016
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Rock Chalk!

It's hard to put into words how special this place is to college basketball history. The original... read more

Reviewed 7 November 2016
Keith F
Liberty, Missouri
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1651 Naismith Dr, Allen Fieldhouse‎, Lawrence, KS 66045-4069
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Reviewed 3 December 2016 via mobile

If you were not a fan, you will be! Home of Kirk Heinrich and so many others. I had no idea how many professional athletes I've seen in the big leagues and never knew they were a Jayhawk. The history preserved here is astonishing. Definitely...More

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Reviewed 7 November 2016 via mobile

It's hard to put into words how special this place is to college basketball history. The original handwritten rules of basketball are housed here. The tradition and atmosphere are 2nd to none. A must see for any college basketball fan. Game days are electric! Rock...More

Thank Keith F
Reviewed 4 September 2016 via mobile

The Booth Family Hall of Athletics provides a beautiful view of the accolades belonging the most storied college basketball program. Completely worth your time to stop by and visit.

Thank RockChalkEm
Reviewed 27 July 2016

My husband is a big KU basketball fan and I reserved a free tour of the Booth Hall last Friday at 11 am (only available during the week). Our tour guide gave us some information about the building and displays but he seemed more like...More

Thank Sabrina S
Reviewed 12 July 2016

We really enjoyed visiting the Booth Hall of Athletics. Very well done displays of KU history, great players and teams. Some neat interactive things for kids! The highlight was being able to see Allen Fieldhouse!

Thank 86MissyJ
Reviewed 29 June 2016

The new Booth Hall features the original rules of the game, plus memorable quotes, and a nice cafe and gift shop.

Thank Steve O
Reviewed 21 June 2016

The history of college sports, especially basketball, is rich in KU lore. This Hall of Athletics is a must-see for sports fanatics. It's free of charge and has outstanding exhibits. It's not huge so you can cover everything in 30-60 minutes. The Hall provides a...More

Thank Darthharvey
Reviewed 16 June 2016

This is a one of a kind field house. This is the home of the Kansas Jayhawk basketball team. It also houses historical artifacts of KU athletic personalities and programs.

Thank Haggart1530
Reviewed 10 June 2016

The Booth Hall of Athletics has a lot of great memorbilia and displays for diehard Jayhawk Fans. Some of the displays are interactive and others have things you won't see anywhere else. Of course a big plus is that it is free but be sure...More

Thank NebraskaTravelnut
Reviewed 27 April 2016

It's a great place to visit where you can see a little bit of history. There are a diversity of KU sports' material in there.

Thank 01marilia
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Where are the original rules of basketball located?
18 June 2016|
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Response from NebraskaTravelnut | Reviewed this property |
The rules are located in the DeBruce Center which is just to the north of Allen Field House. While it is possible to enter the exhibit from the second level of Allen, during non-game days that entrance might not be open but... More