The NFL is bringing more than just a game to the Bay Area.

The NFL Experience is  a week long event that kicked off last weekend at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, and it will continue to thrill fans everyday until 2 pm on Super Bowl Sunday.

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The NFL Experience has a multitude of things to do for fans of all ages.

While the kids play in the NFL Play 60 Zone, the adults can head over to the displays showing off the history of the NFL.

Or they can check out Madden NFL 16…

Players from past and present will be signing autographs for the fans as well.

If you ever had a dream of playing in the NFL, this is your chance to learn what it would feel like. There are interactive games to show off your passing and kicking skills.

The NFL is also giving fans the chance to feel like a Super Bowl Champions by giving them the opportunity to take pictures with the Vince Lombardi Trophy.

Tickets for the NFL Experience can be purchased at or TicketMaster.

The Moscone Center is located in Downtown San Francisco.

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If you aren’t a fan of driving in San Francisco, public transportation like BART, Caltrain, and MUNI make the trip to the Moscone Center a bit easier.

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If taking BART or MUNI, you can get off at either the Montgomery or Powell stations.

Caltrain riders will want to get off on 4th and Townsend Street. San Francisco Giants fans should know the area well as it is right across from AT&T Park.

All of the stations are within walking distance of Moscone Center which is on Howard Street, in between 3rd and 5th Street.

Here are the Hours:

  • 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

For more information on the NFL Experience and other events during Super Bowl week, check out



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