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National Teachers Hall of Fame


category : Halls of Fame
National Teachers Hall of Fame One of Emporia's premier attractions, it proudly recognizes and honors outstanding teachers K-12. The Hall includes tributes to some of the best teachers in America, and galleries with cultural and artistic exhibits of general interest. Behind the NTHF is a park with a paved walking path that loops around a small pond.

The Hall of Fame yearly recognizes five outstanding PreK-12 educators.


Hours: MON-FRI, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. / SAT 9:00 a.m.- noon.
Address: 1320 C of E Drive
Phone: 800-96-TEACH

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