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Archery Hall of Fame & Museum
at Bass Pro Shops, Springfield, Missouri

Museum Hours:

Open 7 Days a Week: 10am-7pm

417-891-5345

Featuring the World Famous Fred Bear Collection and Much More!

The mission of The Archery Hall of Fame & Museum is to honor outstanding figures in archery like Fred Bear, Earl Hoyt, Jr., and Ben Pearson, by inducting them into its hall of fame. This, the finest archery museum in the world, seeks to preserve the history and tradition of archery and bowhunting for future generations.

Archery gear and photos of Babe Bitzenburger, one of the greatest woman archers of all time.
One of the displays at the Archery Hall of Fame and Museum
The display of Ann Clark, who has been a lifelong promoter of archery.
Ann Marston's display at the Archery Hall of Fame. Marston won the talent portion of the 1960 Miss America pageant by shooting her bow.
A display at the Archery Hall of Fame and Museum.
A closer look at some of the earlier compound bows.
Display of Holless Wilbur Allen's prototype compound bow, which helped revolutionize archery as we know it today.
A majority of the 72 members of the Archery Hall of Fame have memorabilia in the Museum.
A display at the Archery Hall of Fame and Museum.
Entrance into the Archery Hall of Fame and Museum.
The world record Alaskan Brown Bear for bow and arrow taken by Fred Bear with one arrow at 20 yards in May 1960.
Fred Bear's archery tool box, workshop equipment and memorabilia.
Fred Bear's display at the Archery Hall of Fame and Museum.
Geronimo's handmade bow and quiver.
The Ann and Earl Hoyt Library at the Archery Hall of Fame and Museum.
Another display of Hall of Fame archers.
A collection of broadheads.
Etched portraits of the Archery Hall of Fame members line the wall.
A display at the Archery Hall of Fame and Museum.

A Closer Look at the Archery Hall of Fame and Museum

The Archery Hall of Fame and Museum has roughly 1,500 artifacts representing a majority of its 72 members. It took 40 years for the Hall to find a permanent home. Check out A Closer Look at the Archery Hall of Fame and Museum to learn more about the members of the Hall of Fame, the dream of finally opening the museum and the memorabilia that fills it.

Holless Allen Prototype Compound Bow (early 1960s) revolutionized archery.

The Women of the Archery Hall of Fame and Museum

Of the 72 members of the Archery Hall of Fame, 14 of them are women. These women helped popularize target archery in the '40s, '50s and '60s and today are memorialized at the Archery Hall of Fame and Museum. Read more about some of these women and their accomplishments in The Women of the Archery Hall of Fame.

Geronimo's Bow and Quiver. He made this bow while in captivity in Florida. The string is made of sinew which was chewed to make it soft and workable.

Fred Bear with antlers from his 1,500-pound moose.

The world record Alaskan Brown Bear for bow and arrow taken by Fred Bear with one arrow at 20 yards in May 1960.