Teacher Appreciation Week: Free College Football Hall of Fame tickets

Teachers may explore the College Football Hall of Fame at no cost this weekend.

Educators who show a valid school ID on Saturday, May 5, and Sunday, May 6, will receive free admission. Also, friends and family accompanying them will get 20 percent off the admission price. 

The attraction is offering moms free admission on Mother’s Day, too.

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The Hall of Fame offers educational resources through a free program called “T.E.A.M.S.,” which combines technology, engineering, arts, mathematics and science. The downtown sports attraction also includes a 45-yard indoor football field and interactive exhibits.

Tickets normally range from $18 to $22. 

Active duty and retired military service members always receive free admission with a valid ID, and there is also no charge for children under three. The Hall of Fame is open Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The College Football Hall of Fame, which held a similar promotion last year, is located at 250 Marietta St. NW.

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