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College Football Hall of Fame, Atlanta

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4.5/5 based on 750+ reviews on the web
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  • An interactive experience for any fan of college football. Easy to tour in four hours or less. Good for kids, too, if they enjoy athletics. 
  • CFHOF does an awesome job celebrating the history of college football and those great players/coaches. Really like the fact that it honored the fans who come out every weekend to cheer on their local ...  read more »
  • We cruised down today to check out the HOF. Parking is pretty easy if you go about 2 blocks north. It was marked as HOF parking and it was 10 bucks for the entire day. It's good to mix in some of the ...  read more »
  • Truly an amazing stop for any true college football fan! The coded card that adjusts the interactive displays to give you information on your favorite team was great and being able to save and view your personal scores and even videos of interactive stations is pretty cool. I can't wait to visit again and a stop in the fan experience theater is a must!
  • It was a pretty good/fun experience. A lot to look at and read if you have the time. Interactive stuff like throwing the ball into the net and catching a pass from one of the employees. It is worth going at least once I think.
  • This was an amazing idea and our family had a blast. I love how everything to set to you! You pick your favorite college and every time you walk up to something your college and your name pop up. So much fun and price was in a good range for what we got! Check out Groupon before you go!
  • Colorful, Interactive, and immersive. The CFB HOF is a must-see for college football fans visiting Atlanta. I've seen several people mention the parking (or lack thereof) issue... the entire Centennial Olympic Park area with all its attractions is meant to be walked around. Even if you are only visiting one attraction you will be hard-pressed to find ANY free parking around downtown. Anyway, back to the HOF. The use of the interactive team badges is a brilliant idea and makes the entire visit feel personalized to you.
  • The overall experience isn't that bad. Seems like that don't really have that much information and things to do though. My biggest complaint is the store. I understand that it's in downtown Atlanta in sec country. But the store should not be catered to mostly sec teams. Not all of us are sec fans. And the very limited amount of merchandise for non sec is almost insulting. Notre Dame , Michigan , USC etc... These schools built college football. But yet you carry limited stuff. Sec bias. College football is way more than the sec. For this reason I will not be returning
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