Minnesota Vikings fans attending a game at U.S. Bank Stadium will have access to an interactive virtual reality experience called the Vikings Voyage.
U.S. Bank Stadium continues to get more and more impressive as details about the facility continue to sprinkle in. This time. the announcement is for an exhibit called the Vikings Voyage, which sounds like something fans in Minnesota could really enjoy.
According to the Minnesota Vikings official website, fans will be able to participate in interactive events while enjoying Vikings Voyage, including recreating tests from the NFL Combine, Vikings practices, and moments in the history of the franchise.
Vikings Owner/President Mark Wilf is very excited about this attraction and feels it will help bring even more of a unique quality to those attending Minnesota Vikings games live at U.S. Bank Stadium.
"“As an organization, we constantly look to innovate and provide the best fan experience possible, and our approach was no different with the addition of the Vikings Voyage. The Voyage will bring fans together, allowing them to engage with their family and friends while celebrating Vikings history.”"
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The space for Vikings Voyage is large. The exhibition will take up 10,000 square feet of room and will be the located in the northwest corner in the facility. Designed by Dimensional Innovations and featuring MVP virtual reality technology, Viking Voyage is completely privately funded and will be free for those hoping to participate at U.S. Bank Stadium.
A full-size ship sail will also be on display. It will showcase the current and former Minnesota Vikings teams in an effort to hype up the crowd and get fans excited for NFL action. The sail measures 27 feet and will have short documentaries on things like the history of the team’s pads, helmets, and more in addition to the hype footage.
For Minnesota Vikings fans, it appears as though U.S. Bank Stadium is the place to be in 2016. Between the football games, atmosphere, activities, and food, there should be absolutely no shortage of things to do on game day.