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HOF Reopen to Visitors

Admission Rates
Adults (13-64)
$28
Seniors (65 and over)
$24
Children (6-12)
$21
Children (Under 6)
FREE
Hall of Fame Members
*A $10 parking fee will be assessed per vehicle. No admission fee or parking fee required to shop.
**Prices subject to applicable taxes

Hours

FALL/WINTER/SPRING HOURS (9/8/20 - 5/31/21)
9am - 5pm
SUMMER HOURS (6/10/20 - 9/7/20)
9am - 8pm
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GET BACK IN THE GAME!


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See below for information relating to hours of operation, safety precautions and more!

MUSEUM AND STORE HOURS

The Hall and our Store will operate under normal summer hours:

9AM to 8PM, seven days a week (Now - 9/7/20)

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS FOR VISITORS

 

GOVERNOR MIKE DEWINE ISSUES STATEWIDE MASK ORDER – EFFECTIVE JULY 23, 2020 AT 6 P.M.

As ordered by Governor Mike DeWine, all guests must wear a mask/face covering while inside the Pro Football Hall of Fame.


FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Q: Do I have to wear a mask or face covering while visiting the Hall?

A: Yes, Governor Mike DeWine issued a statewide order requiring everyone in the state to wear a mask in public at all times when at an indoor location that is not a residence. This applies to anyone who is 10 years old or older.

Q: Does my child have to wear a mask while visiting the Hall?

A: It depends. Children 9 years old and younger do NOT have to wear a mask/face covering. The order requires those 10 years old or older to wear a mask.

Q: Who does not have to wear a mask or face covering while visiting the Hall?

A: Those who do not have to wear a mask or face covering while visiting the Hall include:

  • Children 9 years old and younger;
  • Those with a medical condition or a disability;
  • Those communicating with someone with a disability;
  • Those who are actively involved in public safety; or
  • Those who are actively eating or drinking.

Q: Why do I have to wear a face covering/mask?

A: Ohio Governor Mike DeWine issued a statewide order requiring everyone in the state to wear a mask/face covering in public at all times when at an indoor location that is not a residence. This mandate includes the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Q: I have a medical condition or a disability. Do I have to wear a mask?

A: No.


OTHER SAFETY MEASURES

Each safety measure adopted for employees and guests meets or exceeds its recommendation set by the state of Ohio and federal health standards for visiting a museum and retail establishment.

To assist guests entering the Hall in understanding the safety measures, each patron will receive a flyer that will explain physical distancing protocols, locations for hand sanitizer, the importance of not touching exhibits by hand and other pertinent Museum information.

Among the changes or enhanced safety measures in place at the Hall of Fame Museum are:

  • All Hall employees and volunteers will receive a temperature reading – with a no-contact scanning thermometer – upon entering the building. Anyone with a body temperature exceeding 100.0°F will not be permitted to proceed.
  • Every employee, volunteer and docent will be required to wear a face covering inside the Museum. Guests are also required to wear a face covering. Single-use masks will be provided to guests. Cloth Hall of Fame-branded masks are available for purchase.
  • Guests also may request a pair of powder-free, single-use vinyl gloves to wear during their visit.
  • Guests will receive a stylus for use on Museum exhibit touch screens or other contact points, such as elevator buttons.
  • Seating in the “A Game for Life” holographic theater and in the Super Bowl Theater will be reduced to allow appropriate spacing of guests.
  • A few “hands-on” exhibits could remain closed or off-line at this time.
  • The Museum’s café will remain closed.
  • High-contact surfaces, such as railings, counters, doorknobs and elevator buttons, will be disinfected throughout each day.
  • Stations with hand sanitizer have been placed throughout the Museum.
     

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