Pro Football Hall of Fame extends hours during NFL Draft
Cleveland- The Pro Football Hall of Fame committee decided that they were going to extend the hours of their exhibit museum during the NFL Draft week.
The NFL Draft is just days away and there is a buzz of excitement in Cleveland. Fans will be welcomed back into the stands and there will be live concerts for three days for people in attendance to enjoy.
The PFHOF exhibit features First draft card written in Braille, which was read by Baltimore Ravens super fan Mo Gaba at the 2019 NFL Draft,Commissioner Roger Goodell’s M&M candy jar that was in his man cave, which was the headquarters for the 2020 NFL Draft that was held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Commemorative coin used to determine which expansion team would draft first in the 1995 NFL Draft, Tom Brady’s draft card from the 2000 NFL Draft, and much more.
Doors will up at 9 AM, ET and will extend until after 8 PM, ET. Fans can see more updated information of register www.profootballhof.com/visit/