The Pro Football Hall of Fame exhibit “Gridiron Glory” is on exhibit at the Farmington Museum! Come enjoy 6,000 square feet of football artifacts and spectacular footage from NFL Films. This is a must for every football fan and fanatic. Hours are Sunday Noon-5pm, and 10 am to 5 pm Monday-Saturday.
Gridiron Glory is the most extensive and comprehensive exhibit ever done on America’s most popular sport. The Pro Football Hall of Fame has lent to the exhibition the best of its vast holdings of football artifacts including a Vince Lombardi Trophy, rare photos, and one-of-a-kind documents. In addition, NFL Films has provided spectacular footage from its unparalleled film archives to illustrate the exhibit’s many themes and storylines. Throughout the exhibit, the Hall of Fame has also created a series of interactive exhibits that challenge both mind and body.
Among the hundreds of Pro Football Hall of Fame artifacts on display is Barry Sanders' game-worn jersey from 1997, when he became only the third player in history to break the 2,000-yard rushing mark. Also on exhibit is one of the Hall of Fame’s rarest documents, the 1892 accounting ledger from football’s first paid player that is regarded as pro football’s “birth certificate”!
A sampling of other mementos on exhibit in Gridiron Glory include:
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Experience a wide variety of exhibits relating to the diverse history of the area’s cultures, traveling exhibits, and art shows when you visit the Farmington Museum. National and regional juried arts shows are also featured as well as an exceptional selection of lectures and workshops. NEW HOURS: are Sunday Noon-5pm, Monday 10 am-5 pm, closed Tuesday & Wednesday, open again Thursday, Friday, and Saturday 10 am-5 pm.Learn More »