We’re on the eve of the BIG Game – Super Bowl XLVIII hosted by both New York and New Jersey, and played in Met Life Stadium, home of the New York Giants and Jets. As part of the festivities, a portion of Broadway in the heart of Manhattan was transformed into Super Bowl Boulevard to celebrate all things football. NFL fans can find photo ops, player autographs, throw and catch footballs, and even gaze upon the trophy the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks are tussling over this coming Super Bowl Sunday. To help you get excited for the NY/NJ Super Bowl come along for a photo walk of NYC’s Super Bowl Boulevard strolling up Broadway from Macy’s at Herald Square to Times Square.
If you’re not familiar with the area, look at the map below for the extent of Super Bowl Boulevard.
Click here for a larger, printable pdf version of the map.
Macy’s is in the Super Bowl mood, and decked out for the occasion.
A massive video show is projected on the outer walls of the iconic NYC department store.
Crossing that bridge, heading to Met Life Stadium in the Macy’s video show.
Lots of photo opportunities for the fans – become a player on your favorite team.
Which way to Super Bowl XLVIII?
You make the call on Super Bowl Boulevard
with helmets – safety first
Kick a field goal
Want to be a NY Giant for a day?
“NY/NJ Host Committee Presents” – Video Park
Create your own avatar – NFL Play 60 Rush Zone
Play XBox One
FREE Papa John’s Pizza! Where’s Peyton Manning?
Create your own halftime video – no wardrobe malfunctions please.
Become your favorite NFL team player… again.
Capture your diving catch on photo and video
Autograph and concert stage – Drums of Thunder performing
Toboggan Run! (extra fee to ride)
M&M’s on Super Bowl Boulevard with video opportunity.
NFL.com Stats Zone on Super Bowl Boulevard
GMC Autograph Zone
Super Bowl Roman Numerals – XLVIII
NYC & Company – Official New York City information center
Last stop – Vince Lombardi Trophy
I hope you enjoyed our stroll up Super Bowl Boulevard. Lots of families were out enjoying themselves, and the kids in particular were having fun. For more family travel news, reviews, and trip reports, be sure to follow Adventures by Daddy on twitter and “like” our facebook page too.