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Pro Football Hall of Fame

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The Pro Football Hall of Fame opened its doors more  than  a  half  century  ago.  From  its  humble  beginnings   in   1963   to   today,   the   Pro   Football   Hall  of  Fame  has  grown  in  both  size  and  stature. Recognized  worldwide  as  America’s  premier  sports  Hall  of  Fame,  it  is  doubtful  that  even  the  most  optimistic  of  those  who  led  the  drive  to  bring  the  Hall of Fame to Canton, Ohio could have envisioned the successes it would realize.
 
An exhilarating museum and attraction, the Hall of  Fame  pays  tribute  to  the  talents  and  triumphs  of  pro  football’s  greatest  stars.  Chronicled  within  the  walls  of  the  Hall  of  Fame  are  the  stories  and  circumstances  of  play  that  bring  to  life  words  such  as  courage,  dedication,  vision,  fair  play,  integrity  and excellence.

Contact Information:

Susan Campbell
2121 George Halas Dr NW
Canton, OH 44708-2630

Phone: 330-456-8207

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