The entrance to the College Football Hall of Fame opens into a tunnel. Shadowy silhouettes in helmets and pads run alongside you, and you emerge feeling amped. As you should: This is no staid shrine, but a gleaming video game come to life. Interactivity includes a custom RFID chip in your guest pass that interfaces with the exhibits, and a skill zone on a 45-yard indoor field. And like the best museums, it can’t possibly be absorbed in one visit; you’ll have to come back for overtime. 250 Marietta Street, cfbhall.com
This article originally appeared in our December 2014 issue.