I visited with my son (8) and Wife on July 3, 2014. the last time I was in the HOF was in the early 80's. A lot has changed. The exhibits are very well organized, traveling through the history of Professional football and emphasizing the important historical and developmental. The HOF does a good job highlighting the personalities that helped shape the NFL and its predecessors. With an 8 yr. old, I was concerned that he would have overload or get bored. nothing like either happened. The information is accessible to the casual fan and the die hard. My wife does not like football ( barely can stand Sundays in the Fall) and said that it was one of the best things she has done in a while. This summer the Hall had themes for each day of the week. We were there on Throwback Thursday. A lot of visitors were wearing old jerseys. I will warn the museum types - this is not a quiet place. lots of interactive things to do. don't miss the movie near the end. You can play catch on the filed at the stadium and take tour. 4 hours of fun.
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