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College Football Hall of Fame: Our most recommended tours and activities

Atlanta: College Football Hall of Fame All-Access Pass

1. Atlanta: College Football Hall of Fame All-Access Pass

Visit the Chick-fil-A College Football Hall Fame and enjoy an immersive and interactive experience. Use your special all-access pass to see all the museum has to offer. Explore the museum’s 95,000-square-foot space, which boasts a 45-yard indoor football field, and over 50 interactive exhibits. Learn about the greatest college gridiron players, teams, and coaches. Head through the tunnel and enter the quad. Find your team’s helmet from the massive three-story Helmet Wall, which displays helmets from 770 schools. Choose your team, and watch their helmet light up on the wall. Hit the indoor playing field and test your skill at the Chick-fil-A Peach Bowl Skill Zone. Kick a field goal, throw like a quarterback, and run the obstacle course. The College Football Hall of Fame is one of the only museums you can work up a sweat in. Win bragging rights and snap photos for your social media. Die-hard and casual fans alike will feel the love of the game when they visit the College Football Hall of Fame.

Atlanta: Self-Guided Audio Walking Tour

2. Atlanta: Self-Guided Audio Walking Tour

Experience Atlanta, Georgia, on a self-guided tour via an app that functions as a guide, narrator, and map in one. This tour has been developed by local guides, creative writers, and professional voice artists. The walking tour begins at Centennial Olympic Park. Learn about the 1996 Olympic Games and the shocking bombing that went unsolved for an entire year. Enjoy animated videos that let you visualize what you cannot see, such as different centuries or interior rooms. Swing by the World of Coca-Cola, Atlanta’s most popular attraction. Experience all sorts of quirky exhibits, colorful tidbits of history, and coke flavors from around the world. After that, stop at the Georgia Aquarium, the largest aquarium in the United States. See enormous whale sharks and more thanks to the aquarium’s 10-million-gallon tank. Continuing downtown, hear about the Great Atlanta Fire of 1917. Learn about the astonishing blaze that left a whopping 10 percent of the city homeless. If you know where to look, you can still find evidence of the fire. Keep exploring downtown and tune in to the city’s entertainment business, from Hollywood to hip-hop. If you want to get a birds-eye view of Atlanta’s gorgeous downtown, hop on board the SkyView Atlanta Ferris wheel next. Pass the APEX Museum, dedicated to Black history in Atlanta. Then, turn back the clock to a time before the Civil Rights Movement, when half of Atlanta’s population wasn’t allowed to vote. Step into the Martin Luther King Jr. Historical District and walk to his birthplace, Auburn Ave. Hear the whole story of King, from his formative years to his studies in the ministry and, finally, his world-changing activism. Stop by the World Peace Rose Garden and a statue of Mahatma Gandhi. Learn Gandhi’s importance to King and the Civil Rights Movement as a whole. Next, walk to the International Civil Rights Walk of Fame. Hear about King’s shocking assassination and his enduring legacy. Finally, visit the King Center, hear about Coretta Scott King, and conclude your tour at the home of King’s birth.

Atlanta: Downtown Atlanta Exploration Game

3. Atlanta: Downtown Atlanta Exploration Game

Explore highlights of Downtown Atlanta on this engaging phone game. See a 250-million-dollar aquarium, learn more about the area’s culture, visit one of the best arcades and breakfast joints in the region, and more. Start the game at Georgia Aquarium. As you solve challenges, the story will unfold and exact directions on your phone will guide you to the next location.  It will take between 1-1.5 hours but you should explore at your own pace: simply pause the game and resume when you want from the location where you paused it. You can play on your own, in a large group, or in several smaller groups that compete against each other before meeting at the final stop of the game, the National Center for Civil and Human Rights.

Atlanta: Scavenger Hunt at Centennial Olympic Park

4. Atlanta: Scavenger Hunt at Centennial Olympic Park

Use your smartphone as part guide and part taskmaster on this fun scavenger hunt around Atlanta. See some of the city's best known landmarks and discover a few hidden gems along the way. Solve clues and complete challenges, whilst learning the local history. Begin in the heart of Centennial Olympic Park, built for the 1996 Summer Olympics. Then, follow a well-designed course among the monuments and brand name attractions. You will walk for approximately 1.5 miles, but can stop and start whenever you want. Enjoy a slice of peach pie or cold glass of sweet tea if you need a break!

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What people are saying about College Football Hall of Fame

Overall rating

4.7 / 5

based on 79 reviews

With my precious rambunctious 10 and 11 year old godchildren in tow I came to the FCHF for the first time. Yesterday was sunny and mild, the temperature matching the pleasant reception upon arrival at the ticket window. The smiley, tall young greeter gave us the red necklace and I assumed it was a souvenir. I must have left it on the counter at the ticket window. The tour guide inside was kind enough to get another necklace for me. My attention had been focused on retrieving three tickets; I mistakenly thought the voucher I printed out would admit us. But it only took a few minutes for the young man in the ticket window to find the email on my phone and scan the numbers, etc. The tour guides were equally efficient. We bounded up to the third floor and the fun began. Isaiah and Elijah lost no time in using their ID cards to access the videos and digital games. I was amazed! My elementary school classmate (Donald Hadden) played for Ohio State University with Woody Hayes.

It was an outstanding experience. Easy entry. Great customer service by the Hall. Spent 3 hours there, but needed more hours to take FULL advantage of the facility.

it was fantastic!! everyone was super nice and very helpful and knowledgeable

It was nice to be able to book so many different things to do in one place.

Just go, if you're a CFB fan. it'll be the best $22 you ever spend.