Super Bowl Exhibit Features Commercials, Team Rings, Lombardi Trophy
In the Paley Museum in New York, fans can check out a cool exhibit about the Super Bowl. You can find some of the most memorable commercials from game day, the Vincent Lombardi Trophy, and a display of 57 championship team rings.
The trophy awarded in honor of Vince Lombardi is being showcased in the exhibit for the Super Bowl at the Paley Museum located in New York.
The museum has announced an exhibition called Beyond the Big Game, showcasing memorable Super Bowl commercials from the last 50 years. This will include Coca-Cola's "Hey Kid, Catch" commercial from Super Bowl XIV, which is considered to be the first truly memorable ad during a Super Bowl. Apple's groundbreaking "1984" commercial from Super Bowl XVII, directed by Ridley Scott and inspired by the George Orwell novel, set the standard for future Super Bowl commercials. Also featured will be Nike's "Hare Jordan" commercial from Super Bowl XXVI, which features Michael Jordan and Bugs Bunny playing basketball and served as inspiration for the 1996 film, Space Jam.
In addition, there are balls used in games, uniforms from previous Super Bowls, and more than 150 snapshots capturing memorable moments from the history of the Super Bowl.
The Super Bowl has been a huge international celebration for more than fifty years. People who go to Beyond the Big Game will see a thrilling Super Bowl display that includes famous commercials and unforgettable moments from the game. Maureen J. Reidy, the Paley Center's CEO, said that they are so pleased to team up with the National Football League and the Pro Football Hall of Fame to offer this unique exhibition.
The display will be available for viewing until March 3.