When I was looking at the list of New Jersey events celebrating Super Bowl XLVIII, this one stood out before I knew anything about it. The Liberty Science Center is known for extravagant exhibits and this one is no different.

Located on the fourth floor, Gridiron Glory: The Best of the Pro Fooball Hall of Fame is a fantastic spectacle of the history of football, from the very start to today. Right when you walk in, football fans of all ages have the chance to participate in NFL training exercises, including a kicking simulator, a passing station, the vertical and broad jump, and a step over drill.

If you keep walking, you'll see an area designated for special guests to come and sign autographs and meet football fans. As a matter of fact, as I was checking out the exhibit today, former Jet Mark Gastineau was doing just that.

Beyond that is a large area filled with artifacts, video screens, memorabilia and more, coupled with information to provide insight to football fans wanting to learn more. It is really a great experience.

Luckily, Gridiron Glory: The Best of the Pro Football Hall of Fame will be at the Liberty Science Center until March 2nd of this year. I would like to go back in the near future as a fan and have a chance to dive into all this exhibit has to offer. I highly recommend visiting the Liberty Science Center if you or anyone you know is interested in football.