The National Lacrosse Hall of Fame and Museum now has extended hours and is open six days a week. Located at US Lacrosse national headquarters in Sparks, Md., the museum, which features the Richard M. Moran Hall of Fame Gallery, is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The museum opened at its current location in 2016 with expanded displays honoring the traditions of the sport. Among the features of the museum:

  • Kiosks detailing the rich history of the Hall of Fame inductees and the U.S. national teams program
  • Examples of the evolution of equipment
  • Displays honoring the traditional Native American method of wood stick making, including a video showing Alf Jacques demonstrating the process
  • Lockers honoring the current NCAA champions and Tewaaraton winners
  • Exhibit memorializing the members of the lacrosse community lost in the 9/11 terrorist attacks that includes a piece of steel from the World Trade Center
  • Jerseys from U.S. national teams over the last half century

In addition to its regular hours, the museum is open during games on the adjacent William G. Tierney Field. From February through early June, more than 50 college and high school games will be played on Tierney Field representing multiple levels of the sport.

The 2020 Tierney Field season opens today with a NCAA Division II women’s game featuring Palm Beach Atlantic University (Fla.) battling Post University (Conn.) at 5 p.m. Five games are scheduled for the facility on this opening weekend, including NCAA Division I women’s foes University of Connecticut and James Madison University (Va.) battling on the turf for the fourth straight season.

Please click here for a full schedule of games on Tierney Field

Admission to the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame and Museum is free of charge thanks to the generous financial support of US Lacrosse members and donors.

Visiting the Museum

Come discover and relive the origins of America's oldest sport! Engulf yourself in rare photographs and art, vintage equipment and uniforms, striking sculptures and trophies, cherished memorabilia and artifacts.

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