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Pro Football Hall of Fame, Canton

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See memorabilia from and immerse yourself in the history of one of America's favorite games at Pro Football Hall of Fame. The museum depicts the National Football League's rise to global fame, but it also represents other significant groups, such as the American Football League and Canadian Football League. A bust of each Hall of Famer is accompanied by an interactive exhibit of his career achievements. Look for the museum's rich collection of original jerseys, game balls, and Super Bowl rings. Relive memorable plays or whole Super Bowl games via video presentations. No more than seven people are inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame each year. PutPro Football Hall of Fame into our Canton trip itinerary planning tool and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • We enjoyed touring the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The staff is courteous and helpful. The tour is optimally laid out. Social distancing was recognized. I learned a lot about football.  more »
  • We really enjoyed the history of the game and all of the displays at the HOF. The demonstration on helmet development was interesting. I agree with a previous comment that the Super Bowl video...  more »
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  • Wonderful staff, amazing experience. My 8 year old son and myself both found many different things we loved about the hall of fame. The super bowl film is great and the entire museum has some fantastic features.
  • This place is every kids dream. The theater where the Super Bowl movie is fantastic the bleachers revolve around the room and you really feel like you're at the game. The players head statues are really something to see they are very accurate and really look like the player. The lighting wasn't that great for taking pictures of the statues because the bottom row with the lighting glare were hard to get you almost had to lay on the floor to get the name in the picture. There is a locker room show where they have Joe Namath hosting the show and some of the 70's coaches were also in holograms. They looked like they were really there. Overall a fantastic experience.

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