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College Football Hall of Fame, Atlanta

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#4 of 36 in Museums in Atlanta
The College Football Hall of Fame is a hall of fame and interactive attraction devoted to college football. The National Football Foundation (NFF) founded the Hall in 1951 to immortalize the players and coaches of college football that were voted first team All-American by the media.

In August 2014, the Chick-fil-A College Football Hall of Fame opened in downtown Atlanta, Georgia. The facility is a 94,256 square feet (8,756.7 m2) attraction located in the heart of Atlanta's sports, entertainment and tourism district, and is adjacent to the Georgia World Congress Center and Centennial Olympic Park.
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  • This is so nicely done, and interactive. It was a fun thing to do. Upon entering, the visitor chooses a team, and the displays are then tailored to that team.  more »
  • The College Football Hall of Fame was incredible. I have been to the NFL HOF in Canton and the Baseball HOF is Cooperstown and this is equal to those. A very nice enjoyable visit.  more »
  • First impressions are spot on when you first walk in and see the amazing wall of helmets from every team and division in college football. Naturally you have to find your favorite team up on the wall....  more »
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  • If you love college football this is a must see. It's not just a museum, but it's an experience. You plug in your favorite team and you get an experience that centers around that team. It's a modern take on a Hall of Fame. It has a totally different feel from Cooperstown and Canton... This is an experience. So many cool things to do and check out.
  • Very good presentation of college football hall of fame players. Definitely go when it’s not crowded during the week so you can do all of the activities. Had a great time doesn’t take more than 2 hours so you can do this and the aquarium all in one day. All the employees are very friendly and very helpful. Plus after you go you can go eat chic fil a for lunch.
  • Great place to spend a couple hours in Atlanta. They have you sign in with your team and the helmet lights up on the board while you are there. They give you badges that each activity reads and it will keep track of what you have done. Each activity is taylored for your team. You can go the the hall of fame part which has revolving viewers which was really cool. You can also go into the field part and kick a field goal, throw the football, do an obstacle course, or just hang out on the bleachers. Had a great time here. Roll tide!!!!
  • My wife and I spent about 3 hours at the CFHOF but I could have spent a whole day in the virtual gallery watching videos of the enshrined players. When you walk in you get to pick your school and I was really excited to see the NCAA D3 school I played for on the helmet wall! I had no idea the lower levels were represented. All of the trophies are there as well. The interactive experiences were a lot of fun. Especially getting to make a pick on Game Day and running the drills on the field. If you’re a college football fan YOU MUST GO HERE!
  • Good for folks crazy about college football (very famous in US). Has a Game zone. Shows history, evolution and rivalry among top teams and hall of fame of top players.

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