Pro Football Hall of Fame
Football Hall of Fame
November 17, 2007
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No. of Fan Visits: Over 8 million fans
Hours: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Tickets: Adults: $16.00, Children: $10.00, Seniors: $13.00
Pro Football Hall of Fame Address
2121 George Halas Drive NW
Canton, OH 44708
Pro Football Hall of Fame
Visiting the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio is the ultimate experience for fans of the National Football League. Chronicling the origins of the game of professional football back to the turn of the century, the Pro Football Hall of fame has something to offer history buffs, contemporary fans, and the fans of tomorrow. These hallowed halls nestled in birthplace of professional football offer NFL fans the chance to relive the great dynasties of their youth or revisit some old friends long since forgotten. The Pro Football Hall of Fame takes one on a journey through the evolution of the game we avidly follow on Sundays. One can marvel at the maturation of gameday strategies, watch films of NFL greats, or follow the evolution of the equipment used in the game today. Current NFL stars are celebrated as their accomplishments are also exhibited throughout the hall. Even those mildly interested in the game of professional football can find something that is sure to fascinate them. For this reason, a trip to Pro Football Hall of Fame is a visit I feel strongly about recommending to anyone.
I thoroughly enjoy my visits to the HOF each year. I usually stop by on my way down south as it is easily accessible off of Interstate-77. The first part of the Hall is dedicated to the origins of the game. Artifacts dating back to pro football's humble beginnings are on display and give us a sense of what the game was like at that time. Otto Graham and Jim Thorpe are represented as is the game that they played. Next is an exhibit dedicated to current NFL franchises and their accomplishments. Each NFL team is represented along with a brief bio summarizing franchise milestones since formation. The most impressive exhibit within the Hall of Fame is the Enshrinement Gallery housing inductee busts in a dimly lit room. The busts are accented by flatscreens loaded with NFL game film allowing fans to play footage of their favorite enshrinees. Being the Buffalo Bills fan that I am, Iím keen on reliving the Golden Era of Buffalo Bills football. Replaying the exploits of Jim Kelly, Thurman Thomas, James Lofton, and the soon to be inducted Bruce Smith is how I spend my time in the Enshrinement Gallery. Your tour of the Pro Football Hall of Fame is then rounded out by visiting the Enshrinee Mementos Room and the Super Bowl Room. The Enshrinee Mementos Room allows fans to view articles left for the Hall by Pro Football Hall of Famers, the Bills section is a little lite, but growing. The Super Bowl Room is bittersweet for me, as I find myself compelled to relive the four straight Buffalo Bills Super Bowl debacles from 1990 Ė 1993. Itís become somewhat of a sadistic tradition of mine to actually watch game film of each of the four Super Bowls before proceeding any further on my tour. If only. My last stop is to view the interactive film in the Gameday Stadium that takes you through the rigors of the NFL season from the players perspective. Definitely a must see.
For those of you who have not made the trek to the mecca of all Pro Football sites, shame on you! Be sure to include a visit to the Pro Football Hall of Fame on your next vacation itinerary. You will not regret it.
|Our trip to the Pro Football HOF||The Mini Field||Tackle!|
|Anxious to Enter the Hall||I've always liked this building||LaDanian Tomlinson and Shawn Alexander|
|The Enshrinement Gallery||Bills at the Enshrinee Mementos Room||The Monday Night Football Exhibit|
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