Without football museums, the history of the legendary sport would solely rest in VHS copies of mascot blooper reels. Get an in-depth look at football’s finest moments with today’s Groupon to the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton. Choose between the following options:
- For $10, you get one admission for one person (up to a $21 value).
- For $14, you get admission for one person (up to a $21 value) and an official 2011 Hall of Fame yearbook (a $9.95 value; up to a $30.95 total value).
Children age 5 and younger are admitted for free. With more than 83,000 square feet of exhibits and [interactive](http://www.profootballhof.com/interactive/) displays, the Pro Football Hall of Fame preserves football’s lengthy history, honors outstanding players, and offers educational information about professional football’s past and present. [Plan your visit](http://www.profootballhof.com/planyourvisit/) to actively explore football’s history through memorabilia, video displays on a 20'x42' CinemaScope screen, engaging game-oriented features such as the museum’s trivia challenge, and a Madden EA Sports video-game display. Or get an up-close view of the 2011 [Hall of Fame class](http://www.profootballhof.com/hof/), which includes Marshall Faulk and Deion Sanders. The Pro Football Hall of Fame allows guests to explore the biographic details of pigskin pioneers through touch-screen kiosks and visual surveillance of players' commemorative busts. For a more graphic exploration of the brutal ballet, peruse gallery displays of muddied jerseys, helmets, and referee-dunking booths. The official 2011 Hall of Fame yearbook lets fans bring the gridiron greats home with 136 full-color pages of stories and profiles of football heroes such as Richard Dent, Deion Sanders, and Lucy van Pelt.