The Jamestown Civic Center houses the North Dakota Sports Hall of Fame. It was built in memory of Olympiad Cliff Cushman, North Dakota’s athlete of the year in 1960. The North Dakota Hall of Fame focuses on honoring individuals whom play prominent roles in the development of athletics throughout the state.
It also honors those who have made tremendous impacts in sports. There is much memorabilia throughout the hall given as gifts from inductees such as inductee Virgil “Quicksilver” Hill. After winning the Olympic Silver Medal in 1984, the three time world champion from Grand Forks North Dakota donated his boxing gloves to the center.
From I-94, take exit 258 heading east for one mile. Continue onto Highway 52 (U.S. 281) and follow it around. Take a left onto 1st Avenue and continue about 12 blocks to 4th Street. Go 2 blocks and take a left onto 3rd Avenue. The civic center will be on your right.
North Dakota Sports Hall Of Fame
212-3rd Ave NE
Jamestown ND 58402