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we went for a visit. it was very nice and informative. there is more than just the usual championship stuff. there is a championship nba ring and mvp of trophy and stuff from several nba teams. there was a lot of interesting stuff to look at including notes on how to play teams and players in championship games.
We expected something very small, but they actually had lots to see. Layout was nice, short little video that left you feeling like you want to be "part of the family". Lots of memorabilia. Can't beat the price. Parking right across the street. Half hour visit was just about right.
We had some time to kill and came to the museum. First parking is confusing because you have to pay and you have to enter your spot number. Most spots don't have a number. Another visitor said only the first 8 spots have numbers and they are the only spots for visitors. So we moved the car. We spent less... 更多
If you have even the slightest interest in Carolina basketball, this is your favorite place. The museum doesn't have one stuffy inch in it. It is interactive, 3D, well organized, and perfect. My favorite thing is the letter to Michael Jordan written my Coach K extending his regrets that Michael turned him down, haha!
WOW.. who knew there could be that much basketball stuff. I enjoyed looking at all the playoff diamond rings. Great thing to do if you have extra time before a game.. and its free
I must admit I am a big Carolina fan so this was well worth the visit for me. I do think any college basketball fan would enjoy -- except maybe a Duke fan -- as Carolina is such an integral part of college basketball history. I went in thinking this might be a bit lacking but it was very well... 更多
My kids, daughter 17 and son, 14 really enjoy basketball and we loved this museum. There is so much to learn about Carolina's tradition and basketball history. The displays are put together well- and be sure to watch all of the videos
Great place to take your kids for the afternoon. If you love basketball, whether Carolina or not, the building is busting at the seams with college basketball history. My son felt like he was in (blue) heaven!