San Diego Hall of Champions
San Diego’s premier sports museum located in the heart of beautiful Balboa Park represents more than 42 sports in a 68,000 square foot activity and events venue, which tells uplifting stories of San Diego athletes and teams, ranging from high school level to professional sports.
The San Diego Hall of Champions is the nation’s largest multi-sport museum, boasting three levels of memorabilia and 70,000 square feet. The museum offers a state-of-the-art theater, an interactive media center and fascinating displays on the nation’s favorite sports.
The Hall of Champions, located in San Diego’s Balboa Park, stemmed from the concept of the Breitbard Athletic Foundation. The Breitbard Athletic Foundation was founded in 1946 to promote educational work, to encourage competition, and to recognize significant athletic achievement in San Diego.
The San Diego Hall of Champions recognizes San Diego’s outstanding athletic accomplishments and traditions. Amazing athletes such as Ted Williams, Tony Gwynn, Bill Walton, Florence Chadwick and many more are honored at the Hall of Champions. In addition, by enhancing youth involvement, the Hall of Champions has developed not only an outstanding sports museum, but also one that influences young lives.