For many fans who are not going to the Super Bowl, the NFL Experience will be their Super Bowl experience.
The interactive theme park opens next Friday and it is going to take all week to transform the Indianapolis Convention Center into an NFL football heaven.
The NFL has sold more advanced tickets for the NFL Experience than they have in the event's 20-year history. This year's is also two days longer than in past years.
The family-friendly event offers interactive games, displays, entertainment, attractions, football clinics and a free autograph session from more than 100 NFL players.
There will also be an official NFL pro shop and memorabilia show.
The League said the Experience enables fans of all ages the opportunity to enjoy the electrifying Super Bowl atmosphere, ticket or not.
The NFL Experience will be open to the public January 27- February 4.
Tickets are $25 for adults and $20 for children 12 and under. They can be purchased in advance online at ticketmaster.com or other Ticketmaster outlets.
Check out more events happening in Indianapolis for the Super Bowl at Fox59’s Super Celebration page.
NFL Experience construction begins Friday
Experience is an interactive theme park with more than 75 exhibits and 850,000 sq. ft.
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