It’s time for football fans to get their off-season fix at the Frazier
History Museum’s latest special exhibition,
GRIDIRON GLORY: “The Best of the Pro Football of Hall of Fame,” which runs now
through August 31.
With 5,000 square feet of amazing and rare memorabilia, GRIDIRON
GLORY is the largest travelling exhibition in the history of the Pro
Football Hall of Fame. Visitors will
have the opportunity to relive the exciting careers of America’s professional
football icons including Jerry Rice, Fran Tarkenton, John Elway and Bret Favre,
while tracking players still in the game like Peyton Manning and Drew Brees.
This interactive, multimedia exhibit features more than 200 objects
including the iconic Vince Lombardi Trophy, select showings of original Hall of
Fame busts, new material from NFL Films, never-before-seen artifacts and a
chance for fans to see if they can measure up to the pros by throwing and
kicking a football. Fans will also get a
chance to second guess some of the most famous close calls by referees in the
history of the sport.