Halls of Fame closed everywhere

Halls of Fame closed everywhere
14 Mar
Not in Hall of Fame

As the Coronavirus spreads across the world, the Halls of Fame are closing along with it.

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland, Ohio, announced today that it is closed as of today, with a potential reopening planned on March 27.

The Pro Football Hall of Fame, located an hour south of the Rock Hall in Akron, will be closed on the 16thof March, and like the Rock Hall, is pegging March 27 as the day that the doors may open again.

In Cooperstown New York, the Baseball Hall will close its doors tomorrow indefinitely.  

The Country Music Hall in Nashville, Tennessee, closes on the 16thwith the 31stslated as a potential date for patronage to resume.

In Toronto, Canada, the Hockey Hall closed today and has a scheduled reopening of April 6.

The Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame in Springfield, Massachusetts, was already closed for renovations.  It is not scheduled to reopen until May, 1.

We here at Notinhalloffame.com, remain open!

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