Open Hours: Vary each year, visit the website to confirm dates.
Many consider the Professional Football Hall of Fame the originator of halls of fame as we know them. The century-old history ... More
Professional Football Hall of Fame
Many consider the Professional Football Hall of Fame the originator of halls of fame as we know them. The century-old history of professional football is documented, with artifacts, films and busts of the inductees, who become more plentiful each year. The Hall also has many hands-on and interactive exhibits, making it the ideal place for a family to spend a day, especially youngsters. The hall admission schedule changes every year depending on the dates of Memorial and Labour day. The scedule for the year 2006 is May 29-Sep 4: 9a-5p M-Su and the remaining year - 9a-5p M-Su. The admission fees are $13 for adults, $6 for children 14yrs and under and $8 for citizens over 62yrs. The hall remains closed on Christmas Day.
If you are even a football fan, or even know what football is, here is the happiest place on Earth. This Hall of Fame is bigger than Cooperstown...the magnificant statue of Jim Thorpe you see while walking in says it all. Upstairs is stuff such as Tom Dempsey's shoe and real helmets from old football stars. But that isn't even the half of it. Go into the next room, and there is your favorite team...along with the other 31. Their helmets are there too in what looks like a shrine. Across the hall from that room is the heart of the Hall of Fame...the busts themselves. John Elway...Joe Montana...Jim Brown...you name the superstar, and he is there! Makes you look back into history, doesn't it. But wait! There's more! After that is the place where it all is...the stuff. Mike Anderson's rookie jersey. TO's 20 catch jersey. John Elway's football that he threw over the 50,000 yard mark. It's all there. Lots of stuff from the greats themselves. You think it's over yet? Boy, you haven't seen the Super Bowl Room. This room has everything from the Super Bowl...the scores, the highlights, The Fridge's Super Bowl ring...everything! Then, at the back of the room, there's the granddaddy of them all. The Vince Lombardi Trophy. Yes...it's right there at the Hall. All that seems great, right? Well, you haven't seen the game room yet. Downstairs is the game room. You good at Madden? Test your skills. You know a lot about the greatest plays in history? The game room has a game just for that. You know how to throw a mean spiral? Show it off down there!
Overall, I seriously gotta say that the Pro Football Hall of Fame is the happiest place on the entire planet for the great football fan.
If you love football ...you have to come to Canton ,Ohio! It really can take you back to another place and time if you let it ! The town is great with lots to see and do...Mckinley monument and museum is also close by , Which is a must see for history lovers ...
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