SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (AP) — The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in Massachusetts is closing to the public for nearly two months in early February for the final phase of a $23 million renovation project.
The Springfield facility’s interactive Jerry Colangelo Court of Dreams will be fully redeveloped during the closure. The Hall of Fame said in a statement that as part of the project the second floor will be deconstructed for a full transformation.
The renovation includes the refurbishment of the hall’s dome, the addition of new technology and visitor experiences.
The Hall of Fame will be closed to visitors from Feb. 3 until March 25.