Museum to Offer Beaver Stadium Tours, Blue Bus Rides
If you get bored with the art this weekend, the Penn State All-Sports Museum has a few pretty cool opportunities going on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
Each day (10 a.m., 12 p.m., 2 p.m. on Friday/Saturday; 9 a.m., 11 a.m. Sunday) fans can experience the traditional 90 minute Beaver Stadium tour. This is a great opportunity to explore the locker room and other areas of the stadium that aren’t usually open to the public. Beaver Stadium has tons of nooks and crannies that most people never get to experience, so for $10, this tour is worth doing at least once before you graduate.
Next weekend on July 20 at 10 a.m., the museum will offer another cool opportunity if you’re into $60 bus rides. Interested fans can experience the first ever “Blue Bus Tour” which mimics the football team’s gameday routine. The tour starts off at the Lasch Building, where participants will then board the iconic Penn State blue buses to head to the players’ entrance. Once at Beaver Stadium, the faux athletes will do the locker room tour and get to walk out of the players’ tunnel.
If either of these opportunities interest you, give 1-800-NITTANY a call to reserve your spot. Space is limited, particularly for the bus tour.
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