The Robert Donnelly Huskies Heritage Sports Museum is a must-see destination for anyone who wants to learn more about the tradition and legacy of UConn athletics. Located in the UConn Alumni Center on the UConn Storrs campus, the museum will be open to the public for self-guided tours on Monday before and after the NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament on campus.

The museum tells the story of the UConn teams, coaches and student-athletes that have shaped the rich history of the Husky experience. From basketball to football, soccer to hockey, baseball to track and field, fans can explore the achievements of their favorite teams and players throughout UConn’s storied athletic history.

The museum will be open from 4 to 5:45 p.m. before tip-off at 6 p.m., and then for an hour after the game. Fans can access the museum through the front door near the north end of the Sherman Family Sports Complex at 2384 Alumni Drive.

Visitors will be able to see memorabilia such as jerseys, trophies, photographs and other artifacts that showcase UConn’s success on and off the field. They can also learn about some of UConn’s most iconic moments in sports history through interactive exhibits that bring them to life.

A visit to this unique museum is a great way for fans to immerse themselves in UConn’s rich athletic heritage and learn more about their favorite teams and players. Whether you are a longtime fan or a first-time visitor, you won’t want to miss out on this incredible opportunity!

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