National Wrestling Hall of Fame

The National Wrestling Hall of Fame is dedicated to preserving history, recognizing excellence, and inspiring generations. When the nation’s wrestling museum was finally dedicated in 1976 in Stillwater, OK, it was with the idea that the oldest sport in the world should have a permanent home for its culture and memorabilia. One of the Hall of Fame’s main attractions, the Paul K. Scott Museum of Wrestling History, houses a diverse collection of wrestling memorabilia covering the entire history of the oldest sport. From the green marble statue, The Wrestlers, that graces the halls main entrance to historical trophies and prizes from all levels of competition, the museum provides a unique perspective on the history of this uplifting sport.