ADMISSION PROMOTION OFFERED
TO STEELERS & BENGALS FANS
FANS OF WEEK 13 MATCH-UP TO RECEIVE SPECIAL HALL OF FAME ADMISSION DISCOUNT FOR WEARING TEAM GEAR
CANTON, OHIO – The Pro Football Hall of Fame is inviting Pittsburgh Steelers and Cincinnati Bengals fans to experience “The Most Inspiring Place on Earth!” The Bengals host the Steelers for a Monday Night Football matchup on Dec. 4 at 8:30 p.m. at Paul Brown Stadium.
Any Steelers or Bengals fan dressed in their team’s gear who mentions the promotion at the Hall’s Ticket Office will receive a $5 discount on any regular price museum admission. The promotion runs all season long for Steelers and Bengals fans. The Hall of Fame is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Canton is conveniently located two hours west of Pittsburgh and is just a 3.5-hour drive from Cincinnati. Information about planning a visit to the Hall of Fame can be found at: www.ProFootballHOF.com/visit/.
BENGALS IN CANTON
ANTHONY MUÑOZ, the great tackle for the Bengals, was enshrined in 1998 becoming the first longtime member of the Bengals franchise to join the Hall of Fame. CHARLIE JOINER, who spent a minor portion of his 18-year career with Cincinnati (1972-75), was enshrined in 1996.
STEELERS IN CANTON
The Steelers have 21 longtime members enshrined in the Pro Football Hall of Fame – the third most by any current NFL franchise, trailing only the Chicago Bears (27) and the Green Bay Packers (24). Longtime Pittsburgh players include: JEROME BETTIS (Running Back, 1996-2005, Class of 2015); MEL BLOUNT (Cornerback, 1970-1983, Class of 1989); TERRY BRADSHAW (Quarterback, 1970-1983, Class of 1989); JACK BUTLER(Cornerback, 1951-59, Class of 2012); DERMONTTI DAWSON (Center, 1988-2000, Class of 2012); BILL DUDLEY (Halfback, 1942, 1945-46, Class of 1966); JOE GREENE(Defensive Tackle, 1969-1981, Class of 1987); JACK HAM (Linebacker, 1971-1982, Class of 1988); FRANCO HARRIS (Running Back, 1972-1983, Class of 1990); JOHN HENRY JOHNSON (Fullback, 1960-65, Class of 1987); WALT KIESLING (Coach, 1937-1944, 1954-56, Class of 1966); JACK LAMBERT (Linebacker, 1974-1984, Class of 1990); BOBBY LAYNE (Quarterback, 1958-1962, Class of 1967); CHUCK NOLL (Coach, 1969-1991, Class of 1993); ART ROONEY (Founder-Owner, 1933-1988, Class of 1964); DAN ROONEY (Administrator-Owner, 1955-Present, Class of 2000); JOHN STALLWORTH(Wide Receiver, 1974-1987, Class of 2002); ERNIE STAUTNER (Defensive Tackle, 1950-1963, Class of 1969); LYNN SWANN (Wide Receiver, 1974-1982, Class of 2001); MIKE WEBSTER (Center, 1974-1988, Class of 1997) and ROD WOODSON (Cornerback-Safety, 1987-1996, Class of 2009).
Six other Hall of Famers spent a minor portion of their Hall of Fame careers with the Steelers, including: BERT BELL, LEN DAWSON, KEVIN GREENE, JOHN “BLOOD” McNALLY, MARION MOTLEY and CAL HUBBARD.
WHAT TO SEE AT THE HALL
The Hall is home to an extraordinary cutting-edge, multi-sensory immersive theater, “A Game for Life,” featuring holographic representations of Hall of Fame legends JOE NAMATH, GEORGE HALAS, and VINCE LOMBARDI. The experience provides great inspiration to fans by showing them how the game of football also teaches lessons about life. The stories of numerous Hall of Famers, including JIM KELLY, STEVE LARGENT, ALAN PAGE, JIM BROWN, WARREN MOON and CURTIS MARTIN, are shared.
Guests visiting the Hall will enjoy seeing all 310 Bronzed Busts, including the new Class of 2017. They can also experience the Super Bowl Theater featuring the 2016 season capped by Super Bowl LI showcasing the New England Patriots’ exhilarating victory over the Atlanta Falcons. The Lombardi Trophy for Super Bowl LII is now on display in the Lamar Hunt Super Bowl Gallery for visitors to enjoy throughout the 2017 season.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame recently received numerous artifacts from the 2017 NFL season. A sampling of the mementos from milestone moments this season that are now on display include:
Gloves and Jersey worn by Joey Bosa of the Los Angeles Chargers when he recorded his 19th career sack on Sunday, Oct. 29 against the New England Patriots – the most ever by a player in their first 20 games;
Jersey worn by Leonard Fournette of the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday, Oct. 8 when he became the youngest player in NFL history to run for a touchdown of at least 90 yards; and
Jersey worn by Carolina Panthers’ Julius Peppers on Oct. 12 when he became the first player in NFL history to amass 150 sacks and 10 interceptions in a career.