If you’re still traumatized by Kevin Ware’s shin, then yes, by all means watch on TV and avoid the chance of seeing any broken bones in person. For the brave who are heading to Arlington, TX, for the Final Four, book a hotel package through primesport.com to nab tickets to the semifinal and final games, access pre-game VIP hospitality services, and gain admission to the interactive Bracket Town experience at the nearby Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in downtown Dallas. Head there to get autographs and test your ball skills in a three-on-three tournament (four-night packages from $2,245 per person). Need to work off some nervous energy before the game? Run the Northwestern Mutual Road to the Final Four 5K, which benefits pediatric cancer research. (Register at ncaa.com.)
Don't watch every game from the same ol' barstool. From stadiums to interactive museums, we’ve rounded up the best places to get a closer look at the action—plus ways to stay active while you’re following your favorite sport.
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