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The Pro Football Hall of Fame. The original 1963 rotunda is visible on the far left. Photo by Rachel Polaniec
An exhibit on the pre-NFL years, located in "The NFL's First Century."
Photo by Rachel Polaniec
The rotunda is centered around this statue of Jim Thorpe: The Legend.
The 2000s-era of pro football, when the NFL expanded international outreach.
Westley, 7, demonstrates "Coach to Player Communication."
The impressive "Hall of Fame Gallery."
Creation of the busts is overseen by chief sculptor Blair Buswell, who works with each member to create as accurate a likeness as possible.
"A Game For Life" locker room turned theater, in between showings.
The unmistakable attire of Chicago Bears superfan Don Wachter, appropriately nicknamed "Bearman" by the team, located in the Ford Hall of Fans.
The "Pro Football Today Gallery" display featuring New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick.
The Vince Lombardi Trophy from Super Bowl XIV stands alone in the Lamar Hunt Super Bowl Gallery.
"Madden NFL" and the "Black College Football Hall of Fame" exhibits.