Pro Football Hall of Fame
August 5-6, 2017 - Canton, Ohio
Travel to the 2017 Hall of Fame Induction and Game weekend with our inclusive travel packages! See the biggest stars in football be inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame this August.
Witness the 2017 HOF Induction Ceremony
Be there when the best players and coaches in the NFL are inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio. Be there with our all inclusive travel packages to the HOF Induction and Game.
What's included in our HOF package:
Stay in a premium downtown Cleveland property, located just 1 hour from Canton. We have included an airport pickup and transfer to your hotel from Cleveland Hopkins International Airport for your convience.
Enjoy easy transfers for both days of the event, plus tickets to both the Hall of Fame Enshrinement Ceremony on Saturday night and the Hall of Fame game on Sunday night. Plus take in the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame while staying in Cleveland!
Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Travel Packages
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Pro Football Hall of Fame Travel Guide
The most exciting time of the year in Canton, OH is Enshrinement Weekend, where the new class of Pro Football Hall of Fame Inductees are forever enshrined in the Hall. The 2017 class of inductees will potentially include famous players such as Kurt Warner, Terrell Owens, and LaDainian Tomlinson.
The weekend kicks off with the Hall of Fame Ceremony on Saturday where the next class of Hall of Famers are inducted into the Hall and allowed to speak on their careers. This retrospective moment is truly the highlight of the weekend, when some of football’s greatest players open up and thank those who have guided them to this point. After Saturday evening the weekend concludes with the traditional Hall of Fame Game, a preseason scrimmage between two of the NFL’s teams. The 2017 Hall of Fame game will pit two teams in the season's first preseason showdown.
Pro Football Hall of Fame
The Pro Football Hall of Fame is a state of the art facility that celebrates the careers of those who have been instrumental architects and legendary players in professional football. The facility is located in Canton, OH on 2121 George Halas Drive, named after the renowned “Papa Bear” and pioneer of the professional football in the United States. The Hall of Fame is based out of Canton because of its designation as the birthplace of American Football in 1920. The Hall was established in 1963 and has faced many renovations over the years, including recent renovations to add a theater and additional buildings for exhibits.
Features of the Hall of Fame include rotating exhibits which showcase memorabilia from pro football’s past and present, “The Hall” which is the centerpiece of the building, and Gameday Stadium Theater. The Hall is the main hub of the Hall of Fame and features the busts of each Hall of Fame member; the section offers a glimpse into some of the league’s greatest stars and personalities. The Gameday Stadium is a theater which houses 42 foot screen that broadcasts historic video from past football games.
The entire Hall of Fame building is 82,307 square feet, and the exterior features a full football stadium. Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium, formerly Fawcett Stadium, is the exterior stadium outside of the Hall of Fame. The stadium plays host to both the Enshrinement Ceremony and Hall of Fame Game. The stadium is named after New Orleans Saints owner Tom Benson who has contributed to the renovation of the stadium. Outside of the Hall of Fame Enshrinement Weekend, Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium plays host to local area high school and college football teams.
Cleveland, OH offers an assortment of activities and dining options to its visitors year round. The city itself is built on the edges of Lake Erie and holds a population of over 390,000 citizens. When taking in the sights of Cleveland we recommend you visit a few key destinations in order to get the full Cleveland experience.
The most famous destination in Cleveland is the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame which houses memorabilia from numerous rock legends. Many exhibits rotate over the years and you truly will never see the same thing twice while visiting the museum. Famous musicians who have had exhibits at the museum include U2, Elvis Presley, John Lennon, and Bruce Springsteen. Of course this museum is a must-see and truly shows why “Cleveland Rocks!”
Another notable destination in downtown Cleveland is the famous Cleveland Arcade. This five-story building is considered by most Clevelanders to be one of the first shopping malls ever built. To this day The Arcade is still used as a shopping mall with multiple offices, stores, and restaurants calling the famous mall home. As well The Arcade is a U.S. National Historic Landmark, thus cementing its status as one of the world’s oldest shopping destinations.
If by chance you were looking to add more sports to your weekend, you wouldn’t have to look far in Cleveland. The city hosts three major sports teams, the Cavaliers, Browns, and Indians. The Cleveland Indians play out of Progressive Field, a part of the city’s Gateway Sports Complex. The ballpark offers tours year round and is an attractive destination for travelers looking to take in one the major league’s nicest parks. Quicken Loans arena, located in the Gateway Sports Complex as well, is home of the Cleveland Cavaliers. The arena is also a year round facility and is used to host both basketball games and concerts in the city.