Score! offers the Strip's only fully-enabled television and radio station.
Score! will host more than 100 athlete appearances annually, as well as sports-themed special events.
The attraction features the largest collection of Hall of Fame game-worn baseball uniforms ranging from Babe Ruth and Joe D. to Jackie Robinson and Derek Jeter.
Every item on display is an actual artifact worn or owned by the Hall of Fame athlete. Score! showcases more than 200 artifacts including the 1999 Team USA World Cup championship trophy, the 1981 Heisman Trophy awarded to Marcus Allen, championship rings and World Series trophies.
Interactive stations include a football broad jump test, hockey puck drills, basketball vertical jump and a NASCAR pit stop, to name a few.
Sports enthusiasts, rejoice! Located at the Luxor, Score! Sports Fan Attraction is the first of its kind that offers fans the ultimate interactive sports experience.
Even if you're not an athlete, everyone can appreciate this all-around sports tribute. Score!, a 10,000-square-foot exhibit, combines authentic sports memorabilia, pro athlete appearances and a live broadcasting station at the entrance. The broadcasting station is also where athletes meet with fans and sign autographs. Score! is expected to have at least 100 athletes visit per year.
Since the attraction houses more than 200 artifacts and features special guests, Score! teamed up with high-profile sports properties including Pro Football Hall of Fame, Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, NASCAR, National Hockey League and U.S. Soccer Federation, to name a few.
“I like to call it an adult Disneyland,” said Warren Moon, Pro Football Hall of Famer. “It doesn’t matter what sport you like, it’s all in here.”
The interactive attraction begins as soon as you enter. You'll fill out your fantasy contract, select the team you want to play for and the salary you’d like to earn. Throughout the exhibit, you'll receive texts consisting of multiple choices -- situations that professional athletes face in real life. Your choices determine the fate of your sports career. In the end, you'll find out if you’re inducted into the Hall of Fame or cut. You'll also have a fantasy press release posted to your Facebook page.
As you explore the exhibit, try various physical and mental exercises such as the broad jump, a stick handling exercise in a hockey rink, changing the tire on a NASCAR vehicle, comparing your fastball to the pros, as well as how your vertical jump measures against NBA Hall of Famers. The music playing overhead is sure to get you in an upbeat mood.
"Everything is very high energy,” said Jim Beckmann, CEO of Score! “You can do as much or as little, or everything. It’s the choice of the guest."
Aside from the interactive element, Score! partnered with several Hall of Fame sports federations, making this museum the first of its kind: "This is the first time in history that all of these sports properties agreed to participate in a shared environment,” he said. ”It’s a big deal. The credibility and prestige of these institutions elevate the cultural aspect of the city’s sports fans [who] want something more than watching on TV and placing a $10 bet."
With so many artifacts and history material, Score! is every sports fanatic’s dream. Score! showcases the entire career span of football Hall of Famer, Marcus Allen. Allen's artifacts dates as far back to his high school football days to Super Bowl. The attraction also features rare artifacts and memorabilia including game-worn uniforms from Babe Ruth, Ty Cobb, Jackie Robinson, Kobe Bryant and more. The attraction also gives an inside look at contract negotiations through a series of never-before-seen letters from sports agents. Score! has access to the entire boxing film library from ESPN. Watch footage of different boxing matches, including Mike Tyson’s knockouts through the years Learn about legendary fighters, including Muhammad Ali and Sugar Ray Leonard.
Baseball fans can see uniforms worn by Babe Ruth, Mickey Mantle, Derek Jeter and Jackie Robinson. NASCAR artifacts include driving gear from the Busch brothers, as well as Dale Earnhardt Jr. and the late Dale Earnhardt Sr. You’ll also get to see NASCAR clips and the importance of a pit stop. Basketball fans can read about the Lakers and Celtics rivalry, the Dream Team and much more. One of the neat things on display is the last chair Michael Jordan sat on at the United Center in Chicago.
The locker room section inside Score! is unlike any you have seen. Learn about the importance of hydration, the negative effects of steroids, sports medicine, the healing process and much more.
You can also shop for merchandise in the retail area. Score! carries everything from apparel to hats, lanyards and football helmets from almost every team imaginable.
-- Review by Jeannie Garcia