About The Hall
The Hall at Patriot Place presented by Raytheon is an exciting, innovative and interactive, modern museum experience for all ages. The Kraft family long considered the best way to honor the greatest Patriots of all time while simultaneously preserving Patriots history. They scored a touchdown when they opened The Hall in September of 2008.
The family’s investment in The Hall at Patriot Place presented by Raytheon
accomplishes its goal to give Patriots fans a unique, technologically advanced venue to relive and celebrate great moments and great players and even recall some of the hard times that make all fans, including long-time season ticket holder Robert Kraft, appreciate the recent Super Bowl championships. The Hall will impress Patriots and football fans alike.
The Hall is a modern “museum” that takes guests through Patriots and New England football history in a cutting-edge way, utilizing amazing video and audio to tap into fans’ emotions in a manner never before seen in a sports museum.
From a 45-foot wide panoramic projection screen that plays a signature film produced to emotionally connect the fans and the region to the Patriots, to a geodesic dome housing a Snow Bowl exhibit, to massive ceiling projection screens in the Patriots United Grand Hall presented by Waters Corp., to touch screens that take you into the most memorable moments in team history, The Hall experience is one you don’t want to miss.
If that’s not enough to whet your football appetite, you will have the opportunity to learn the playbook from three-time Super Bowl champion head coach Bill Belichick
, go under the hood and review plays like an actual NFL official, go inside a huddle and listen to quarterback Tom Brady call plays, test your vertical jump and compare your weight to Vince Wilfork’s
. You’ll also block Tedy Bruschi
, stand inside a duck boat used in the Super Bowl XXXVI
parade, kick a field goal, and listen to never-before told stories from past Patriots.
You’ll enjoy seeing the greatest Patriots of all time honored in The Hall of Fame presented by Putnam, which welcomes guests to view the team’s hall of famers
on 30-foot high video pylons that use a new, must-see video technology.
The Hall’s New England Football exhibit will walk you through the sport’s regional history while highlighting all the reigning high school Super Bowl or state champions in each New England state on the exhibit’s Wall of Champions that displays each school’s football jersey as well as those of the regional Pop Warner champions.
Oh, and you’ll put your finger in a Super Bowl XXXIX
ring and get up close with the Patriots three Vince Lombardi Super Bowl Trophies while confetti rains down upon you.
Your Hall experience is sure to be one you’ll tell your friends about.
The Hall also offers a relevant education program for school groups at an amazingly low admission fee and there are reduced rates for non-school groups of 15 or more that book in advance.
So make your trip to Patriot Place complete by being our guest at The Hall at Patriot Place presented by Raytheon.
Facts about The Hall
The Hall opened to the public on September 22, 2008 just four days after its ribbon cutting and immediately following its inaugural Hall of Fame induction weekend, when all of the previous Hall of Famers
were re-inducted along with 2008 inductee Ben Coates.
The Hall houses 30,000 square feet of exhibit space and is a museum driven by technology, video and interactivity that brings the game of football and the Patriots to life.
The Kraft family put its innovative thinking to work in designing a guest-friendly venue that honored the team’s greatest players while preserving Patriots history.
The Hall occupies the top two floors of its building while the team’s expansive Pro Shop utilizes the first floor to offer the largest selection of Patriots merchandise available as well as exclusive items available only at the Pro Shop or online at www.patriotsproshop.com
The Hall features 11 exhibit galleries, including the Raytheon Theater, which is home to the signature film, Patriots Way, a 17-minute panoramic feature projected on to a 45-foot-wide screen.