Greyhound Hall Of Fame
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.
We were greated by 2 wonderful resident hounds. If you love greyhounds, this is a must.
It is free and you can pet a greyhound. Self guided tour and doesn't take very long. You would enjoy it more if you like greyhound racing
Beautiful hall of fame and has great meeting rooms!
The two greeter dogs are sweet, but this museum is mostly about the minutae of gambling.
Just happened upon this place by chance. We love dogs, but wouldn't say we were particularly interested in greyhounds or greyhound racing...but we sure were glad that we stopped! Lots of interesting information (including historic information about the breed), and two retired racing greyhounds to meet you at the door. The museum is free, so all it will cost you is some time. They do have a souvenir shop, and a donation box, if you are so inclined. Lots of parking! Right across from the Eisenhower site, so it's easy to find.