SAN FRANCISCO - Super Bowl City in San Francisco is packed with activities to get you into the action and into the spirit for the big game.
Here are a seven things we saw people enjoying:
1. Get your picture taken!
This place is one giant photo op after another.
You can get your picture in front of the giant Super Bowl logo, ... in front of sculptures made out of cases of beer, and more.
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You can be stand in front of a football backdrop...
... and even see you impression in a pinscreen.
And then you can share the photos on social media and see yourself on the big screen in the Fan Energy Zone!
2. Have a bike race against your friends
Saddle up, step into the shoe clips and take on your friends. There are several places you can do it - this is in the Macy's Star Zone.
3. Try out virtual reality goggles
The Kaiser Permanente exhibit gives you a 360-degree view of a day in the life of an NFL player.
4. Try zip lining!
You can climb at tower two-stories tall then zip down along a mini version of the Golden Gate bridge.
5. Play interactive games in the Fan Energy Zone
You can dance, try your hand at throwing and running the football, and ride the Light Cycles (this city is all about biking!)
6. Enjoy live music
Matt Nathanson performed on the City Stage Wednesday night.
Grammy-winning artist Alicia Keys, Denver band OneRepublic, The Band Perry are also scheduled to perform.
See the full schedule here: sfbaysuperbowl.com/super-bowl-city
Everybody's doing it!
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Feb 3, 2016 at 8:53pm PST
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