Nominated by Event Solutions Magazine 2 times, in the last four years as "Unique Venue of the Year"!
- AV Capabilities
- Space (Private)
- Table Linens
- Staging Area
Alcohol and Catering
- Alcohol Allowed
- Onsite Catering
NFL Films theater
Pro football today
Hall of fans
Enshrinee mementos room
Super bowl room
All purpose room
|295sq. m||-||18 mx 16 m||350||-||240||350||344||200||-|
|84sq. m||-||23 mx 4 m||120||-||-||120||-||-||-|
2nd Floor Conference Room
|368sq. m||-||18 mx 20 m||411||-||320||411||-||-||-|
|268sq. m||-||15 mx 18 m||295||-||232||295||-||-||-|
Event insurance is not required.
Only F&B allowed in the 4 Meeting Room Areas and 1st Floor Interactive Area outside the NFL Films Theater. No flames or balloons used in decor. Costs based on if your use our per person package pricing with minimums or wish to just rent the space. 3,500 square foot Plaza with Seasonal Tent is included in the square footage listed above.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame is located in Canton, Ohio, for three primary reasons; (1) the American Professional Football Association, later renamed the National Football League, was founded in Canton on September 17, 1920. (2) the Canton bulldogs were an early-day pro football power, even before the days of the NFL. They were also the first two-time champion of the NFL in 1922 and 1923. The great Jim Thorpe, the first big-name athlete to play pro football, played his first pro football with the Bulldogs, starting in 1915. (3) Canton citizens early in the 1960's launched a determined and well-organized campaign to earn the site designation for their city.