It's the Final Weekend of Gridiron Glory at Union Station

This is your last chance to see the exhibit in Kansas City

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"Gridiron Glory," a Pro Football Hall of Fame exhibition that has been open all summer long at Union Station in Kansas City, will close after this weekend on September 7.

"Gridiron Glory" is the largest and most comprehensive traveling football collection ever created and includes more than 10,000 square feet of the most iconic pro football artifacts of all time.

"Most people will never get to the Pro Football Hall of Fame," Chiefs historian Bob Moore explained earlier this summer. "The best thing is [that "Gridiron Glory"] allows fans to see the history … I think to see where the game began and all the signature moments in history probably is a great thing because it helps spread the game and the fact that it has a past."

In total, more than 200 football artifacts, photos and rare documents from the Pro Football Hall of Fame collection are on display.

The Kansas City exhibition contains an entire section devoted to solely the Chiefs with items from both the Arrowhead Stadium Hall of Honor and Chiefs archives.


For more information on how to visit before it's too late, visit the exhibition website here.

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