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Gridiron Glory: The Best of the Pro Football Hall of Fame
October 3, 2014 - January 4, 2015
It’s an all-American exhibition from the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
For a limited time, hundreds of groundbreaking artifacts from the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The dynasties, the pioneers, the superstars and the legends. At Henry Ford Museum.

Henry Ford Museum celebrates the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s 50th anniversary with a 6,000-square-foot exhibition jam-packed with hundreds of artifacts chronicling pro football’s story, from its humble beginnings to the cultural phenomenon it is today.

Slip on a helmet rigged up with coach-to-player communication. Test your vertical leaping ability. Or step inside the Champions Theater and see hard-hitting new material from NFL Films, including the eye-popping feature Fantastic Finishes.

Have your own personal encounter with football history. At The Henry Ford.

Save $2 off Museum admission when you wear your favorite football jersey at the point of purchase. Offer expires November 30, 2014. Limit one discount per jersey.

Your experience includes
  • See the Dazzling Vince Lombardi Trophy.
  • Check out Jerry Rice’s Record-Breaking Football.
  • See Jim Brown’s Jersey.
  • Step into an Authentic Instant-Replay Booth.
  • See Knute Rockne’s 1919 Massillon Tigers Helmet.
  • Watch Spectacular NFL Film Footage of the Game’s Most Spectacular Runners, Including Tony Dorsett, Walter Payton and Bo Jackson.
  • See the 1892 Allegheny Athletic Association Accounting Ledger Featuring “Pro Football’s Birth Certificate.”
  • See Hundreds of Personal Artifacts from Dozens of All-Pro Icons: Tom Brady, Peyton Manning, John Elway, Joe Montana and the Detroit Lions’ One-and-Only Barry Sanders.
Please Note: Photography, recording of any kind, food and drink are strictly prohibited in the exhibit area.
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Youth activities
On December 27th, the Detroit Lions Football Education Department will conduct 45-minute Fundamental Football Clinics throughout the day featuring different positions found on both sides of the football as well as teaching the Heads Up Football Tackling Technique. The purpose of the Detroit Lions Football Education Department is to teach children the proper techniques and fundamentals used in the sport of football in a fun, safe, and high energy environment. All Detroit Lions Fundamental Clinics are non-contact and open to children ages 6 and up regardless of skill level. For more information, visit www.DetroitLions.com/YouthFootball.

Sessions are first-come, first-served and free to attend starting at 11am, 1pm, 2pm, and 3pm inside Henry Ford Museum, near the Gridiron Glory exhibition.
Admission free with Henry Ford Museum ticket


Seniors (age 62 & up) $18
Adults (age 13-61) $20
Youth (age 5-12) $15
Children 4 & under are free.

Parking is $6 per vehicle for non-members, free for members

Become a member and enjoy free Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village admission year round. Explore membership levels by clicking here.
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