College Football Hall of Fame Upcoming Events 2017
This past weekend we had a blast touring The College Football Hall of Fame. There is so much to do that even if you’re not a college football fan, you’ll have an amazing time. So, here are my thoughts;
I received tickets to facilitate a review, as always, my opinions are my own.
I loved the All-Access Pass! You can enter your information at the kiosk and even add your favorite college football team. When doing this, your favorite team will be the team that pops up at the various stations throughout the tour. And better yet, you can access the information that is saved to your All-Access Pass later on! Cool, right? Some of the memories saved were, videos, voice overs and photos, it’s like a keepsake within itself.
SO I already mentioned above that, even if you’re not a college football fanatic, that you’ll still have a great time. I didn’t exaggerate in the least. The whole place is totally interactive, and not in the least but boring. Of course there was memorabilia, but to learn more about different aspects of college football (i.e awards, fans, plays, commentators) they have it set up to where you can access the information via touch screens, that will include not just your favorite team, but every college football team.
You’ll have the opportunity to view a short video. You totally get all the feels of game day! The noise, the heart of the team, the love of the fans, it absolutely makes you feel like you’re there. So, make sure you don’t skip that. The most fun we has was in Coca-Cola’s Fan’s Game Day area. Here, you can have a little karaoke session, singing one of the colleges fight song. You can also pretend to be sports broadcaster. This was a lot of fun, if not my favorite. You’re at a desk, reading off of a teleprompter about the college of your choosing. At one point, an animated mascot will replace your face. It’s all captured on a camera and you’re able to access it via the All-Access Pass to play it over and over.
But all this is just the surface. There is so much more to enjoy. Literally all the stations allow you to be interactive with it. I loved that about this place! Reading any of the information involves you! Get really informed by choosing your favorite team or pass the one’s you don’t care for. On the third level, you’ll be able to view all the names of every College Football Hall of Famer since the beginning. And again, there are interactive stations that allow you to get information of the hall of Famers. Photos and videos are provided, making learning about each individual that much more interesting.
My son asked the next day if we could go back already, and to tell you the truth, it doesn’t sound like such a bad idea. Listed below are several activities and events that The College Football Hall of Fame will be hosting in the upcoming months. With all these special events and activities approaching, we could go back again and again and not get tired of it. Which makes sense to get the season pass, which isn’t a bad price to pay (you can get information on the season pass HERE).
Upcoming Events at The College Football Hall of Fame
Haunted Hall of Fame-October 21-22 & 28-29
Have some scary fun as you make your way through The College Football Hall of Fame. Kids can come dressed up, go on a scavenger hunt and get lots of candy! You can explore the Field of Screams for a few extra scares too. They are also offering face painting for guest.
ESPN College Football Awards-December 7th
A red carpet event takes place before the show begins and is open to the public. One December 7th, The College Football Hall of Fame is taken over by some of the top players of 2017. The show itself is a private event, but being there for the red carpet event sounds worthy to meet some of the top athletes in college football of 2017!
Deck the Hall-December 9-January 1
Every Friday and Sunday from December 9th to January 1st, fans at The College Football Hall of Fame will be able to enjoy some cookies and cocoa while Christmas classics are playing on the field. Some of the movies are; Home Alone 2, A Christmas Story and Dr. Suess: How the Grinch Stole Christmas. And of course, you can see the halls of The College Football Hall of Fame decked out for the holiday season. I hear it is a gorgeous time to go.
Tickets to The College Football Hall of Fame are (Click HERE to get Tickets):
$21.99 for adults
$17.99 for children (3-12)
They have special discounts for veterans and students too:
FREE for Active and Retired Military
$18.99 for seniors and students (students need a valid school ID)
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