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Duke Basketball Museum

Located in Durham, North Carolina, the Duke Basketball Museum is a place where visitors can learn about the history of Duke men's basketball and the Blue Devils' five national championship teams. The museum is free to visit. It is also home to the Duke University Hall of Fame, which honors former Duke basketball players, coaches and staff. The museum is located at 306 Towerview Rd Schwartz-Butters Athletic Center, Durham, NC 27710.


Duke University is a major university that is known for its academics, patient care, and athletics. Its athletics program is one of the best in the country. The team has won 17 national championships since 1986, with 17 in men's basketball and 11 in women's basketball.


The Duke Athletics Hall of Fame is located on the campus, just a few steps from the Duke Basketball Museum. The hall features portraits of former Hall of Famers and photographs of sixteen national championships since 1986. The hall also has a video display that highlights the Duke basketball program. The hall is open on weekends around Duke home basketball games.

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The Duke Athletics Museum is a 14,000 square foot facility that includes locker rooms, coaches' offices, classrooms, and a terrace. The facility was built in 2010 and contains memorabilia from Duke basketball's historic past. The museum also features interactive exhibits and video displays. The museum is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sundays from noon to 4pm


The Duke Basketball Museum is located in the Schwartz/Butters Athletic Center on the Duke University campus. The Duke University Athletics Museum has a lot of information to share with visitors, from the history of basketball to athletic achievements. Visitors can get a comprehensive look at the university's key knowledge and athletics history by purchasing a guide. It includes a detailed description of the campus, as well as key knowledge in each department. The guide also has technical articles, a history of the basketball program, and a foreword by a senior.


A self-guided tour of the Duke Basketball Museum & Sports Hall of Fame features videos and pictures of the basketball program. It also features memorabilia from Duke basketball's history and All-American players. Visitors can also take a picture with Cameron Crazies, Krzyzewskiville tent city, and a variety of other Duke basketball memorabilia. The museum is also home to numerous trophies, which are on display.


The Duke Basketball Museum & Sports Hall of Fame is open from 9am to 5 pm Monday through Saturday, and from 10 a.m. to 4 pm Sundays. The museum is also open on holidays. The hours are subject to change, so check the website before visiting. And then check out the rest of our website.


The Duke Basketball Museum & Sports hall of Fame is also free to visit. There are a variety of ways to experience the museum, including the Duke Basketball Museum app. It includes a virtual tour of the museum, game-like sounds, lifelike animated 3D models, and a scavenger hunt. The app also includes a basketball shooting game. The museum has a video display that is continuously tracking the number of times that the Duke basketball team's shots are replayed on national television. The app is also available in Spanish, English, Chinese, and Japanese.

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