GridIron Glory (a social event for men and women)
Phoenix, AZ • February 19, 2015
Gridiron Glory, a Social Event for men and women. Bring your favorite football fan for a private viewing of the Pro Football Hall of Fame exhibit at Arizona Science Center. The 5,000 square-foot Gr...
Thursday, February 19, 2015 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM ESTArizona Science Center
600 East Washington Street
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Gridiron Glory, a Social Event for men and women. Bring your favorite football fan for a private viewing of the Pro Football Hall of Fame exhibit at Arizona Science Center. The 5,000 square-foot Gridiron Glory exhibit features hundreds of artifacts from the Hall of Fame’s collection and captures the essence of the Hall of Fame experience.
This interactive multimedia experience also includes new material from NFL Films, immersive fan experiences and a specially-designed “Hometown Tribute” section spotlighting the Arizona Cardinals (including Pat Tillman’s Army Ranger uniform). Visitors can put on shoulder pads and attempt a field goal, throw a short pass and compare their body size to casts of Hall of Fame players, including Gilbert Brown, the 340-pound nose tackle for the Green Bay Packers nicknamed "The Gravedigger."
Items on display include:
- The 1892 accounting ledger from football’s first paid player that is regarded as pro football’s “birth certificate.”
- Barry Sander’s game jersey from 1997 when he became only the third player in history to break the 2,000-yard rushing mark.
- Vince Lombardi Trophy
- Authentic interactive instant replay booth
- Knute Rockne’s 1919 Massillon Tigers helmet
- Jim Brown's game worn jersey
- Jerry Rice's career touchdown receptions record football
- Emmitt Smith's rushing record game artifacts
During the exhibit, we will host our version of a "tailgate party" (appetizers, beer and wine), courtesy of Mother Bunch Brewing, founded by Arizona's only professional female craft brewer, Julie Meeker.
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