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College Football Hall of Fame
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US$58.00*
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Small Group Tour to College Football Hall of Fame
Ranked #20 of 304 things to do in Atlanta
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Recommended length of visit: 1-2 hours
Owner description: Located in Downtown Atlanta, the College Football Hall of Fame and Chick-fil-A Fan Experience puts you closer to the game than ever before. From the huge helmet wall featuring over 760 schools in The Quad to the giant Indoor Playing Field and Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl Skill Zone, the College Football Hall of Fame provides fans of all ages with memorable things to do. Named one of the top 10 things to do in Atlanta, GA, the College Football Hall of Fame is the perfect spot to host an event. Whether you're looking to build company morale with a corporate team building event or want to plan a birthday party for the sports fan in your life, the College Football Hall of Fame has a variety of event spaces. Come visit us in Centennial Olympic Park and experience the essence of college football as told by hall of fame inductees, and be sure to check out the new exhibits and the fun events happening at the College Football Hall of Fame!
Useful Information: Wheelchair access, Bathroom facilities
Reviewed 2 April 2018 via mobile

If you love college football as much as my family this is a must see attraction! It is interactive the entire way through. From singing fight songs, digitally painting your face, hosting a brief Game Day clip, calling a game, to combine activities, it's fun for any age. I could have spent the entire day there reading every display & all the Hall of Fame Names starting with 1951-2017. Even my non-football fan had a great time! GO VOLS!

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Reviewed 31 March 2018 via mobile

If you’ve got football fans in your family—even if they are not necessarily college football fans—this is a fun place to visit. It is highly interactive and entertaining. The “Hall of Fame” is just a small part of the whole complex. Our favorite part was the AstroTurf on the main floor where you can practice kicking a ball through goalposts, throwing at a target, or running a play weaving through tackle dummies.

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Reviewed 31 March 2018 via mobile

Nicely designed, interactive displays. The fan pass to interact with the displays is very cool, it makes it more of a personal experience. We happened to visit at the same time as multiple school groups, who pretty much took over the entire building. It isn’t a very big space but a lot of information is documented.

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Reviewed 30 March 2018

I have to admit, i’m not a rabid college sports person....i mainly care about my alma mater (Southern Illinois University—Go Salukis!!) and to a lesser extent, Chicago area teams..... But since it was part of the City Pass (highly recommend it to bypass long lines and to save $$), and my tween boys had been there before and loved it, we checked it out..... I figured we’d be in and out of there in less than 2 hours.....well, i was wrong. The interactive stuff is pretty cool——your pass you wear around your neck links in with some of the exhibits and you get to see actual footage of your team....pretty darn cool!! The boys had a great time in “the broadcasting booth” and since i love history, i spent a ton of time looking at the history of college football, tailgating, equipment, uniforms etc...

We all had a great time down on the field throwing footballs and such..... The only complaint i have is we were told the field wouldn’t open till 3:30 that day because of a private function.... It looked like they broke up the party too late.... So, by the time the guests dispersed, and they took down the party and set up the skills course, the field didn’t open to the public till closer to 4..... But other than that, it was a pretty great experience!

Thank StrangeTripper
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Reviewed 27 March 2018

I am not a huge football fan but for those of you who are, this is the place for you. Great for kids, especially with the practice throwing field. Take tons of photos.

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