The John F. Kennedy Presidential Library in Boston houses the Ernest Hemingway Collection, which has a ton of Hemingway's papers, manuscripts, and photographs.
… then you should visit the Hemingway Museum (chock full o' memorabilia) and the house where he was born.
Objectively the best documentary about Hemingway ever made.
Woody Allen's nostalgic film about the Parisian literati of the 1920s. Hemingway makes an appearance to give the main character (played by Owen Wilson) some tough-love writerly advice.
Hemingway spent a lot of childhood vacations at his parents' place in Michigan (the Hemingways lived in Chicago). This article talks about his relationship to Michigan in his stories, and also gives a good early biography.
The "latest novel" he's talking about is For Whom the Bell Tolls.
Monty Python's Michael Palin is a huge Hemingway fan and did a travel series on him for the BBC. This is an excerpt about Hemingway's experiences during WWI in Italy.
Yale professor Wai Chee Dimock gives a lecture on Hemingway's In Our Time.
For those of you who prefer to get your literature aurally.
Because sometimes you want a slow-cadenced Englishman to read you Hemingway.
We hope there's parental supervision.
Some things never change.
Most of Hemingway's fiction was inspired by events in his life.