First, get your blood pumping with a quarterback challenge in the North Hall. This is a new feature at the NFL Experience, and officials say people really seem to like it.
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"Try to hit each individual target and it's a bit of a challenge. It looks like it might be kind of easy, but it's harder than you think it will be," said Greg Ball, NFL Experience spokesman.
There is also an autograph stage in the North Hall. Raiders quarterback Derek Carr and 49ers Linebacker NaVorro Bowman will be signing autographs there today.
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All 49 Super Bowl rings will be on display in the North Hall: "They've really gotten much bigger, a lot of more hardware on them, a lot more diamonds and things like that. It's pretty cool to see how they have evolved over the years," said Ball.
In the South Hall is where you'll find most of the interactive games; you can throw, kick and run through an obstacle course.
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The most popular attraction in the South Hall is the Lombardi Trophy. There will be a line, but officials say it isn't too bad.
"We're not talking Disneyland type lines, maybe 30 minutes maximum, so don't want to guarantee that, but it's certainly worth waiting I think," said Ball.
There are exhibits tucked away everywhere, including a timed 40 yard dash above the North and South Hall.
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