The World Rugby Hall of Fame is a museum that highlights the contribution that various people have made to the sport of rugby union. It also includes exhibits about the history of the sport including interactive displays showing highlights of pivotal moments in the sport’s history.
What to see at the World Rugby Hall of Fame
The World Rugby Hall of Fame in Rugby features an exhibition space dedicated to the game with touch-screen displays showing the history of the game, variations of the sport and the sport’s greatest players and most epic moments.
Visiting the World Rugby Hall of Fame
The World Rugby Hall of Fame is located in a building at the southwestern corner of the town centre that is shared with the town’s library and the Rugby Art Gallery and Museum.
It is open daily and the admission charge is £6.
Most people spend between one and two hours visiting the Rugby Hall of Fame.
If you enjoyed your visit to the Hall of Fame, you may also want to visit the Webb Ellis Rugby Football Museum and take a tour of Rugby School, both a short walk away, as well as the World Rugby Museum at Twickenham Stadium in London.