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Visit the Pro Football Hall of Fame and create unforgettable family memories. Teach your kids about the Legends of the Game in the historic Bronze Bust Gallery. Make the call in our interactive replay booth. Take a family photo next to the iconic Lombardi Trophy. Witness the Super Bowl like never before in our Super Bowl 53 Theater and see the full collection of all 53 Super Bowl rings. Experience "A Game for Life," an immersive holographic theater experience for the entire family and the Hunt/Casterline Pro Football Hall of Fame Card Collection - the largest and most valuable football card collection in the world!

06/20/2020
Hall of Famer Great Day - Len Dawson

To celebrate Gold Jacket Len Dawson's birthday today, we take a look back at his 1987 Enshrinement Speech.

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Make memories at the Hall with the Hall of Fame Dad in your life!Take advantage of our "Celebrate Dad" promotion today (...
06/20/2020

Make memories at the Hall with the Hall of Fame Dad in your life!

Take advantage of our "Celebrate Dad" promotion today (6/20) and tomorrow (6/21).

#FathersDay | #NFLDads

We are proud to partner with Haggar Clothing Co. to present a series of inspiring moments our Hall of Famers shared abou...
06/19/2020

We are proud to partner with Haggar Clothing Co. to present a series of inspiring moments our Hall of Famers shared about fatherhood. Watch for them across our social channels this Sunday (6/21).

#FathersDay

06/19/2020
#HuddleUpAmerica Listen

Watch Live: our #HuddleUpAmerica Listen program aligns a distinguished panel of guests to listen and talk through challenges and concerns TOGETHER.

Special guests include: Troy Vincent (Executive VP of Football Operations at the NFL), Hall of Famers Champ Bailey and Aeneas Williams and HOF President David Baker.

06/19/2020
#HuddleUpAmerica Listen - Sheriff Leon Lott

"Racism still exists. We have to work together as a team to get rid of it." - Leon Lott (Richland County Sheriff).

Tune in to #HuddleUpAmerica Listen at 2pm for our full discussion.

06/19/2020
#HuddleUpAmerica Listen - Mariah (HS Student)

High school student Mariah shares her personal experiences of what she has been dealing with at her school as a black female.

Tune in to #HuddleUpAmerica Listen at 2pm for her full discussion here on Facebook.

06/19/2020
#HuddleUpAmerica Listen - Dr. Art McCoy

"The current system is suffocating us. This is true for everyone suffering from racism." - Dr. Art McCoy (Renowned Educator).

Tune in to #HuddleUpAmerica Listen at 2pm here on Facebook.

06/19/2020
#HuddleUpAmerica Listen - Troy Vincent

"Now is the time to work together for the common good of our country." - Troy Vincent (Executive VP of Football Operations, NFL).

Tune in to #HuddleUpAmerica Listen at 2pm here on Facebook.

The Hall is the perfect family outing this weekend for Father's Day!Plan your visit for 6/20 & 6/21 to save. Offer valid...
06/19/2020

The Hall is the perfect family outing this weekend for Father's Day!

Plan your visit for 6/20 & 6/21 to save. Offer valid in person at the HOF Ticket Office.

#FathersDay | #NFLDads

06/19/2020

Watch Live: our #HuddleUpAmerica Listen program aligns a distinguished panel of guests to listen and talk through challenges and concerns TOGETHER.

Special guests include: Troy Vincent (Executive VP of Football Operations at the NFL), Hall of Famers Champ Bailey and Aeneas Williams and HOF President David Baker.

Take advantage of our kickoff to summer sale! Save 25% all weekend. Use promo code: SUMMER2020 at checkout. Discount off...
06/19/2020

Take advantage of our kickoff to summer sale! Save 25% all weekend.

Use promo code: SUMMER2020 at checkout. Discount offer ends 6/21 at 11:59pm ET.

Enjoy Summer Savings: bit.ly/HOFStoreFri25OffFB

Tomorrow (6/19) at 12PM (ET), we are proud to present a Classic Replay of our Heart of a Hall of Famer program featuring...
06/18/2020

Tomorrow (6/19) at 12PM (ET), we are proud to present a Classic Replay of our Heart of a Hall of Famer program featuring Gold Jacket and Buffalo Bills great, Bruce Smith.

Tune in here on Facebook!

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Tomorrow (6/19) at 2PM (ET), we will host a special edition of #HuddleUpAmerica Listen w/ Hall of Famers Champ Bailey an...
06/18/2020

Tomorrow (6/19) at 2PM (ET), we will host a special edition of #HuddleUpAmerica Listen w/ Hall of Famers Champ Bailey and Aeneas Williams, Troy Vincent, VP of Football Operations for the NFL and HOF President David Baker. Together they will listen and talk through challenges currently facing our society.

Tune in here on Facebook!

06/18/2020
2019 - 2020 Heart of a Hall of Famer Highlights

We had the honor to present over 20 different Heart of a Hall of Famer programs during the 2019-2020 school year to empower youth around the world. Watch to see the powerful messages Hall of Famers helped to deliver.

#TBT | #HOFValues | Extreme Networks

Your favorite team, your favorite gear, 30% off all day! Use the code: THURS618 at checkout to receive discount. Offer e...
06/18/2020

Your favorite team, your favorite gear, 30% off all day!

Use the code: THURS618 at checkout to receive discount. Offer ends today at 11:59PM ET.

Shop The Hall: bit.ly/HOFStoreThur30OffFB

Celebrate Dad at the Hall this weekend for Father's Day!Special offer: 1 adult admission, up to 4 children admissions an...
06/17/2020

Celebrate Dad at the Hall this weekend for Father's Day!

Special offer: 1 adult admission, up to 4 children admissions and free parking for only $49.99. Valid on 6/20 and 6/21 in-person at the HOF Ticket Office.

#FathersDay | #NFLDad

Flash Sale! Save 40% off your entire purchase.Use the code: 40TUESDAYS at checkout to redeem. Valid until today at Noon ...
06/16/2020

Flash Sale! Save 40% off your entire purchase.

Use the code: 40TUESDAYS at checkout to redeem. Valid until today at Noon (ET).

Shop: bit.ly/HOFStoreTuesFlashFB

We will highlight Fatherhood and Football all week with daily videos of some of the most memorable moments from Hall of ...
06/15/2020

We will highlight Fatherhood and Football all week with daily videos of some of the most memorable moments from Hall of Famer Enshrinement speeches.

More: bit.ly/HOFFatherhoodFBall

06/15/2020

Watch: Our Classic Replay of our Heart of a Hall of Famer program featuring Gold Jacket and Buffalo Bills great, Bruce Smith.

#StarkTuscMuseumsUnite | #HOFValues

"God places the heaviest burden on those who can carry its weight." - Reggie White (Class of 2006)#MotivationMonday | #M...
06/15/2020

"God places the heaviest burden on those who can carry its weight." - Reggie White (Class of 2006)

#MotivationMonday | #MondayMotivation | Green Bay Packers

25% has been extended through tonight!Use the code: FATHERS25 at checkout to redeem. Ends tonight at 11:59pm ET.Get the ...
06/15/2020

25% has been extended through tonight!

Use the code: FATHERS25 at checkout to redeem. Ends tonight at 11:59pm ET.

Get the perfect gift for Dad: bit.ly/HOFStoreFS25FB

#FathersDay | #FathersDayGift

The final artifact from the Cliff Harris Collection is a reel of game film is from the 10/22/78 Dallas Cowboys game vs. ...
06/13/2020

The final artifact from the Cliff Harris Collection is a reel of game film is from the 10/22/78 Dallas Cowboys game vs. Philadelphia (DAL won 14-7).

More: bit.ly/HOFCHarrisCollection

#PFHOF20

06/13/2020
Happy Birthday Red Grange

We remember Hall of Famer Red Grange (Class of 1963) who was born on this day in 1903.

Chicago Bears

We stand with Hall of Famer Ray Lewis in encouraging the values of Integrity and Respect.Watch the clip of his speech: h...
06/12/2020

We stand with Hall of Famer Ray Lewis in encouraging the values of Integrity and Respect.

Watch the clip of his speech: http://bit.ly/HOFVideos

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Visit the Pro Football Hall of Fame and create unforgettable family memories. Teach your kids about the Legends of the Game in the historic Bronze Bust Gallery. Make the call in our interactive replay booth. Take a family photo next to the iconic Lombardi Trophy. Witness the Super Bowl like never before in our Super Bowl 53 Theater and see the full collection of all 53 Super Bowl rings. Experience recent exhibits: "A Game for Life," an immersive holographic theater experience for the entire family and the Hunt/Casterline Pro Football Hall of Fame Card Collection - the largest and most valuable football card collection in the world!

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Can Anyone tell me of any travel package ideas/ deals for a a family trip here? Hope it's ok to post this, if not I appologize. My siblings and I are Trying to find an affordable/ best deal in suprising my mom with a family trip to the Pro Football HOF then the Rock N Roll HOF with her children, if can include the grand children. All my life she has said one day.....she will go there. Each year has said she would find a way and she will see the pro football hall of fame and the rock n roll hall of fame before she dies. Now that cancer has and harsh chemo treatments have become her normal everyday life and ws watch her try and power through for us I desperately want to make this happen for her before its to late. Want to suprise the hell out of her. We will be traveling from Missouri and I am just reaching out to see if anyone on this page has made the trip and can give me any info on costs, trip details for a group of 15 or for 2, just her and husband go. I don't even know where to begin as I shop around for prices or plan. After finding out her 2 top life bucket list destinations that since a kid she has like about are both in Ohio I thought there has to be an affordable vacation package for this but having no such luck finding one.
I just watched your video about the health and safety steps you’re taking for reopening. Did I understand correctly that, although the staff will be wearing masks, visitors aren’t required to? If so, why not? I was planning a visit with my grandchildren but will reconsider if true. Thank you
The Frankford Yellow Jackets were a professional American football team, part of the National Football League from 1924 to 1931, though its origin dates back to as early as 1899 with the Frankford Athletic Association. The Yellow Jackets won the NFL championship in 1926. The team played its home games from 1923 in Frankford Stadium (also called Yellow Jacket Field) in Frankford, a section in the northeastern partof Philadelphia, noted for the subway-elevated transit line that terminates there.1931 The Eagles have been a Philadelphia institution since their beginning in 1933 when a syndicate headed by the late Bert Bell and Lud Wray purchased the former Frankford Yellowjackets franchise for $2,500. In 1941, a unique swap took place between Philadelphia and Pittsburgh that saw the clubs trade home cities with Alexis Thompson becoming the Eagles owner according to profootballhof.com.
What is the status for the 2020 enshrinement class to be held in August? Is the game cancelled? We are waiting to buy our flights to Canton.
Brian Patrick Dawkins Sr. (born October 13, 1973) is a former American football safetywho played 16 seasons in the National Football League (NFL), primarily with the Philadelphia Eagles. He played college football at Clemson and was drafted by the Eagles in the second round of the 1996 NFL Draft, whom he was a member of for 13 seasons. In his last three seasons, he played for the Denver Broncos. Dawkins was nicknamed "Weapon X" due to his relentless aggression on the field, much like comic book character Wolverine who originally carried the nickname himself.Regarded as one of the greatest safeties of all time, Dawkins was viewed as the leader of the Eagles' defense, named to nine Pro Bowls, and a five-time first-team All-Pro during his career. He also made one Super Bowlappearance with the Eagles in ###IX, which was played in his home city of Jacksonville, Florida. Dawkins was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2018. In addition to his playing career, Dawkins served the Eagles as an executive of football operations for player development from 2016 to 2018 and was with the organization when they won Super Bowl LII.
From 1973 to 1983, Carmichael led all NFL receivers in receptions, receiving yards, and touchdowns. In 1987, he was inducted into the Eagles Hall of Fame. Lee Harold Carmichael (born September 22, 1949) is an American former professional football player who was a wide receiver in the National Football League (NFL) for 13 seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles (1971–1983) and one season for the Dallas Cowboys(1984). Carmichael was the Director of Player Development and Alumni for the Eagles from 1998−2014, and a Fan Engagement Liaison from 2014−2015, before retiring again in 2015.
Claude B. Humphrey (born June 29, 1944) is a former American football defensive end in the National Football League (NFL) for the Atlanta Falcons and Philadelphia Eagles. Humphrey was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2014. Humphrey was a final 15 candidate in 2003, 2005, and 2006. On August 27, 2008, he was named as one of two senior candidates for the 2009 Hall of Fame election. In August 2013, he was named as one of two senior candidates for the 2014 Hall of Fame election. In February 2014, Claude Humphrey was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame on the senior ballot. During his time in football, Humphrey was a revolutionary pass rushing defensive lineman who paved the way for Reggie White, Bruce Smith, and fellow 2014 NFL HOF inductee Michael Strahan. On August 2, 2014, Humphrey was officially inducted at the Enshrinement Ceremony where his bust, sculpted by Scott Myers, was unveiled.
Stephen Wood Van Buren (December 28, 1920 − August 23, 2012) was a Honduran-American professional football player who was a halfback for the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League (NFL) from 1944 to 1951. Regarded as a powerful and punishing runner with excellent speed, through eight NFL seasons he won four league rushing titles, including three straight from 1947 to 1949. At a time when teams played 12 games a year, he was the first NFL player to rush for over ten touchdowns in a season—a feat he accomplished three times—and the first to have multiple 1,000-yard rushing seasons. When he retired, he held the NFL career records for rushing attempts, rushing yards, and rushing touchdowns. After his playing career, Van Buren coached in minor league football, winning an Atlantic Coast Football League (ACFL) championship with the Newark Bears in 1963. He was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1965.
Norman Mack Van Brocklin (March 15, 1926 – May 2, 1983), nicknamed "The Dutchman"was an American football quarterback, punter, and coach in the National Football League. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1971. In late May, Van Brocklin changed his mind and was traded to the Philadelphia Eagles for two players (offensive lineman Buck Lansford and defensive end Jimmy Harris) and a first round draft pick. It was disclosed he did not want to play another season for the Rams under head coach Sid Gillman's offense, but it was not a personality issue with Gillman.Under famed head coach Buck Shaw, Van Brocklin was given total control of the offense in Philadelphia in 1958, and he steadily improved the Eagles' attack. In his third and final season with Philly in 1960, the team had the best regular season record in league at 10–2, and hosted the Green Bay Packers in the NFL Championship Game at Franklin Field. Throwing to his favorite receiver, 5 ft 9 in (1.75 m) 176 lb (80 kg) Tommy McDonald, Van Brocklin led the Eagles to victory. In a game dominated by defense, he led a fourth quarter comeback, resulting in a final score of 17–13.During his twelve-year career, Van Brocklin played on two NFL championship teams: the 1951 Los Angeles Rams and the 1960 Philadelphia Eagles. Following the latter triumph, he retired. As it turned out, the Eagles were the only team to defeat the Packers in a playoff game during Vince Lombardi's tenure as Green Bay's head coach. Van Brocklin led the NFL in passing three times and in punting twice. On nine occasions, he was selected to the Pro Bowl.
(PENNSYLVANIA)...6'3'', 233...CHARLES PHILIP BEDNARIK ... TWO-TIME PENNSYLVANIA ALL-AMERICAN ... EAGLES' BONUS DRAFT CHOICE, 1949 ... NFL'S LAST "IRON MAN" STAR ... RUGGED, DURABLE, BULLDOZING BLOCKER, BONE-JARRING TACKLER ... MISSED ONLY THREE GAMES IN 14 YEARS ... NINE TIMES ALL-NFL ... PLAYED IN EIGHT PRO BOWLS, MVP IN 1954 GAME ... NAMED NFL'S ALL-TIME CENTER, 1969 ... PLAYED 58 MINUTES, MADE GAME-SAVING TACKLE, 1960 NFL TITLE GAME ... BORN MAY 1, 1925, IN BETHLEHEM, PENNSYLVANIA. DIED MARCH 21, 2015, AT AGE OF 89. Charles Philip Bednarik (May 1, 1925 – March 21, 2015), nicknamed "Concrete Charlie", was an American professional football player in the National Football League (NFL). He was one of the most devastating tacklers in the history of the NFL and its last 60-minute man, or full-time two-way player. A Slovak American from the Lehigh Valley region of Pennsylvania, Bednarik played for the Philadelphia Eagles from 1949 through 1962 and, upon retirement, was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1967, his first year of eligibility.
Bell played football at the University of Pennsylvania, where as quarterback, he led his team to an appearance in the 1917 Rose Bowl. After being drafted into the US Army during World War I, he returned to complete his collegiate career at Penn and went on to become an assistant football coach with the Quakers in the 1920s. During the Great Depression, he was an assistant coach for the Temple Owls and a co-founder and co-owner of the Philadelphia Eagles. With the Eagles, Bell led the way in cooperating with the other NFL owners to establish the National Football League Draftin order to afford the weakest teams the first opportunity to sign the best available players. He subsequently became sole proprietor of the Eagles, but the franchise suffered financially. Eventually, he sold the team and bought a share in the Pittsburgh Steelers. During World War II, Bell astutely argued against the league suspending operations until the war's conclusion. After the war, he was elected NFL commissioner and sold his ownership in the Steelers. As commissioner, he implemented a proactive anti-gambling policy, negotiated a merger with the All-America Football Conference (AAFC), and unilaterally crafted the entire league schedule with an emphasis on enhancing the dramatic effect of late-season matches. During the Golden Age of Television, he tailored the game's rules to strengthen its appeal to mass media and enforced a policy of blacking out local broadcasts of home contests to safeguard ticket receipts. Amid criticism from franchise owners and under pressure from Congress, he unilaterally recognized the NFLPA and facilitated in the development of the first pension plan for the players. He survived to oversee the "Greatest Game Ever Played" and to envision what the league would become in the future.