Pro Football Hall of Fame - Canton, OH
Posted by: Groundspeak Premium Member silverquill
N 40° 49.233 W 081° 23.823
17T E 466517 N 4518912
Quick Description: Since the Pro-Football Hall of Fame opened in Canton, Ohio, in 1963more than eight million visitors have come to celebrate the greatest players of this great American sport.
Location: Ohio, United States
Date Posted: 7/17/2007 7:10:12 PM
Waymark Code: WM1W2Q
Published By: Groundspeak Premium Member The Blue Quasar
Views: 171

Long Description:
Canton Ohio was not only home to the American Professional Football Association, later to become the NFL, but gave rise to the Canton Bulldogs, an early powerhouse team of professional football and the team where the great Jim Thorpe played. With that heritage, a concerted effort was made to establish the Pro Football Hall of fame which opened in 1963.

The Hall of Fame features a bronze bust of each member, many pieces of memorbilia of football history,archives, a theater, store, and an adjacent stadium.
Hours of Operation:
Memorial Day-Labor Day — Daily 9:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m. Remainder of the Year — Daily 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. Closed Christmas Day


Admission Prices:
Adults (15-59): $30.50 Seniors (60+): $23.50 Children (9-14): $17.00 [includes admission to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame museum]


Hall of Fame website URL: [Web Link]

Time Required for Full Experience: Half a day

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