Local attractions become part of the background after you have lived in an area for a while. I have been a resident in Ohio for more than 10 years and can honestly say that this has never happened with the Pro Football Hall of Fame. It could be that it is an international destination, or just the fact that I enjoy watching pro football, either way I am glad we have it in Canton. If you have never been
, or just haven’t been in a while, check it out you’ll be glad you did.
After you check it out, you should try out some of the local independent restaurants like Brownstone, Desert Inn, Brown Bag Burger, or many more great local spots. Help support the local economy whenever possible, it is the independent retailer that needs our support today. Since gas prices are going over $4 per gallon you need to get familiar with local restaurants, how’s that for a reason to shop local!
Enjoy America’s Premier Sports Museum and Showplace. The Pro Football Hall of Fame is more than a museum -it’s an interactive experience! Over 83,000 square feet of awe-inspiring exhibits present pro football’s unique story and bring to life words such as courage, skill and dedication. Interactive exhibits act as windows to the dramatic stories behind the artifacts.
Don’t miss three new galleries, including the Lamar Hunt Super Bowl Gallery featuring Super Bowl Theater. Experience the defining moments of the 2009 NFL season and Super Bowl XLIV in a wide-screen, surround sound, rotating theater. Plus, get hands on in the Interactive Gallery with a passing cage, trivia games, and Madden on Xbox 360.
Before exiting, don’t miss the 4,000 square-foot Museum Store, shop for yourself or friends and family. There is something for all fans with merchandise from all 32 NFL teams plus Hall of Fame collectibles.
- Daily: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
- Memorial Day – Labor Day: 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
- Closed Christmas Day
- $21 – Adults
- $17 – Seniors 62+ yrs.
- $15 – Children 6-14 yrs.
- Free – 5 and under
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