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Western Reserve Historical Society features Cleveland Browns exhibit

The exhibit is on display for the entire football season. (Source: Western Reserve Historical Society) The exhibit is on display for the entire football season. (Source: Western Reserve Historical Society)

Cleveland Browns fans have another reason to be excited this football season. The Western Reserve Historical Society just opened a special exhibit featuring sports history, called "1964: When Browns Town Was Title Town."

The exhibit officially opened with a tailgate party for fans on Saturday, the eve of the 2014 season.

Organizers from the historical society say fans can enjoy never-before-seen game footage, photographs, interactive displays and more. The exhibit is included in the admission price to the History Center and will be available all football season through February 2015.

With so much memorabilia of the Browns' 1964 NFL Championship, fans can dream of heading to the Super Bowl this year. Or say, "There's always next year."

Learn more about the exhibit with the WRHS's YouTube video.

If you visit the exhibit, send us your photos at pics@19actionnews.com!

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