Bring your crowd to their feet with a trip to the College Football Hall of Fame and Chick-fil-A Fan Experience. Our 45-yard indoor playing field and state-of-the-art interactive exhibits make the Hall of Fame the perfect place to engage your students and experience amazing moments.
The fun doesn’t stop when you leave the field. In fact, it is just getting started. The second floor is packed with five unique galleries featuring more than 40 multimedia, experiential and historical exhibits. From a 52-foot interactive media wall and Fight Song Karaoke to calling a legendary play and picking a favorite team to win the game at the ESPN College GameDay Desk, our award-winning RFID-enabled All-Access Pass is the key to unlocking all the fun and taking all the experiences home to download and share those special memories!
Next take a trip to the third floor where the greatest players and coaches are immortalized in the Hall of Fame. The Hall captures the stories of over 1,100 legendary college football players and coaches who broke records and won our hearts, cementing their legacies in a one-of-a-kind experience. The Hall of Fame features permanent, etched-glass “blades” that represent each class inducted into the Hall since 1951. Guests are also treated to a personalized in-depth experience through augmented reality displays that share stats, photos and video highlights from their favorite players and schools.
Combine the entire live Hall experience with our FREE curricula — a Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics and Science program (T.E.A.M.S.TM) using the topic of sport along with the interactive experiences of the Hall. Your students will have so much fun they won’t even know they’re learning!
Conveniently located in downtown Atlanta near Centennial Olympic Park and directly connected to the Georgia World Congress Center and the Omni Hotel at CNN Center, the Hall is a five-minute walk to other amazing attractions like the Georgia Aquarium, World of Coca-Cola, CNN Center, Imagine It! Children’s Museum, Skyview and The National Center for Civil and Human Rights.