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Greyhound Hall Of Fame

407 South Buckeye

Learn more about greyhounds at the Greyhound Hall of Fame in Abilene, the "Greyhound Capital of the World." See interesting displays of greyhounds from ancient times to the present.

Here you will be greeted by our resident greyhounds, both retired racers. These greyhounds only chase after your heart and affection. Meeting a greyhound close up and personal will prepare you for an experience like no other. Walk through a story book of history and heroes.

We are open 7 days a week, 9 to 4:45 daily. Admission is free and donations are welcome and appreciated in helping keep the Hall of Fame open to the public.


theresa mitchell

Friday, July 6, 2018
Super awesome to visit. I had goosebumps on my arms reading some of the valuable information and watching the shirt movie on the history of the Greyhound. I'm so glad I was able to make the trip to Kansas and got to see the Greyhound Hall of Fame. I hope to see it next year as well.

Julie Roller

Tuesday, March 27, 2018
Take a break from traveling and visit Gary & Ginger, resident Greyhounds at the Greyhound Hall of Fame museum. Learn about the Greyhound breed and the Greyhound industry at the museum. Greyhound lovers won't want to miss the gift shop stocked with unique Greyhound merchandise. Can't have a dog? Get your fix at the Greyhound Hall of Fame Museum! Admission by donation.

Staci S

Saturday, June 16, 2018
The museum was really interesting, and I learned a lot about racing and Greyhounds. The retired Greyhounds, Gary and Ginger, were really sweet, and getting to pet them and interact with them was a great addition to the museum!

jerom rogers

Friday, Dec. 22, 2017
Amazing place! The staff there are so awesome! The dogs that come out can't wait to see you! I had zero interest or knowledge about Greyhound racing before going here. I found it fascinating and extremely interesting.

Jennifer Curtis

Monday, Feb. 26, 2018
The museum was pretty cool. Lots of information about the greyhound racing industry. However the museum attendant was a little rude. I have a whippet service dog and the resident greyhounds came unglued when we came through the door because they don’t like other dogs

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