Video tour of Super Bowl 50 NFL Experience at San Francisco’s Moscone Center


SAN FRANCISCO (KRON) — Rain or shine, all the Super Bowl events open Saturday in San Francisco.

For the first time, we got to see inside the NFL Experience, the interactive-themed football park at the Moscone Center.

KRON’s Justine Waldman takes us on a tour of the event. There is still a lot of work to do to get the NFL Experience  ready to open at 10 a.m. Saturday. But they are confident it will get done.

Justine said there is so much to check out, like all the Super Bowl Rings. And many of the activities have a virtual or tech theme.

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For example, there is the popular football toss, vertical jump, and 40-yard dash. They come with flashy screens now.

You can also go get autographs from players all week long. And there are places for kids to run around, learn about football safety, and to learn about the sport.

But it isn’t all running around. There are places to sit and learn.

There are lots of opportunities to take pictures and share on social media, and the Lombardi Trophy is there too.

The NFL is calling this the best showcase of the sport in the best city.

Tickets to the NFL Experience are $35 for adults and $25 for children. But Super Bowl City is free.

Here’s the hours of operation:

Saturday, January 30: 10AM – 10PM
Sunday, January 31: 10AM – 8PM
Monday, February 1: 3PM – 10PM
Tuesday, February 2: 3PM – 10PM
Wednesday, February 3: 3PM – 10PM
Thursday, February 4: 3PM – 10PM
Friday, February 5: 3PM – 10PM
Saturday, February 6: 10AM – 10PM
Super Bowl Sunday (February 7): 10AM – 2PM

Click here to buy tickets.

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So many cool things at NFL Experience

Posted by KRON 4 Justine Waldman on Friday, January 29, 2016

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