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Pro Football Hall of Fame
2121 George Halas Drive NW
Canton, Ohio 44708
(330) 456-8207

The Pro Football Hall of Fame is open every day of the year except for Christmas.
• Memorial Day through Labor Day — Daily 9:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m.
• Remainder of the Year — Daily 9:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Adults: $12.00
Children (14 and under): $6.00
Senior citizens over 62: $8.00
Family (parents and all single children under the age of 21): $30.00

SEASON PASS - click here to obtain a season pass to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.


Admission tickets to the Hall of Fame make great gifts for the football fans in your life!

Purchase pre-paid tickets to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Simply give us a call at 330-456-8207 and ask for extension 100 or 127.

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Championship Chase
View the Hall's featured attraction

Get inside every aspect of the NFL season through NFL Films' Championship Chase video. Part of the Hall of Fame's Gameday Experience and shown in the one-of-a-kind revolving GameDay Stadium, the film chronicles the NFL season from training camp to the Super Bowl with the style and flair only NFL Films can provide. Check out all the bone-crunching action in this profootballhof.com exclusive!

Real Player

Canton 360
Tour the Hall as if you were there

Step into the Pro Football Hall of Fame as if you were in Canton yourself. Take a 360-degree look at the inside and outside of the Hall with our IPIX pages. Just click into the IPIX main page and "walk into" whichever room looks good to you. It's the next best thing to being in Canton.

And don't forget about our virtual tour of the Hall of Fame. Click over to the virtual tour main page, then click onto any portion of the Hall's layout that you are interested in. This will give you a first-hand look at what it's like to be on the grounds and what your appetite for making next year's journey in person.

Hall History Tour Information
Sure, we all know the Hall is in Canton because this is where the forerunner of the NFL came to be in 1920 (Didn't know that? Better go back to class…). But what about the Hall's own history? It has also been storied… The hall's five-building layout gets bigger and better each year. One of our most exciting areas is GameDay Stadium, where visitors experience what it's like to be in player's cleats from training camp through the Super Bowl. Read all about the other sections of the Hall.

The Pro Football Hall of Fame is a member of the International Association of Sports Museums and Halls of Fame (IASMHF). For more information on IASMHF and its more than 100 world-wide member institutions, visit www.sportshalls.com or click on the icon to the left.
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