It’s been more than 30 years since the Tennessee Titans played in the Tennessee State Fairgrounds.
Since then, fans have been able to get a closer look at the city’s iconic landmarks.
Now, that city is getting a new attraction at the fairgrounds.
It’s called The Tennessee Tribute to Titans, and it’s a “tribute to all the great players from the past and present,” according to the Tennessee Museum of Art.
It’s set to open to the public on Thursday, September 13, 2019.
The Tennessee Tributes is the museum’s latest attraction and is set to be the first of its kind in Nashville.
The Tributes will include a Titans logo and a plaque dedicated to Titans Hall of Famer, Steve Young.
The theme park will also include a Titan statue in a display that will include more than 2,000 Titans memorabilia.
Titans fans are also invited to attend the opening event.
This event will feature Titans player, Troy Aikman, Titans head coach and owner Mike Mularkey and Titans fans in attendance, according to a release.
Fans can visit the museum on Thursday and Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., with the opening ceremony taking place at 11 a.c. on Saturday.