Preserving history as it's made
11/17/11 12:00 PM
The Hall at Patriot Place presented by Raytheon is an interactive showplace with a traditional museum element. The Hall's affiliation with the team allows it to bring guests history as its made, to tell the Patriots story as it's being shaped.
Tom Brady hits Wes Welker for a record-setting 99-yard touchdown pass in a Week 1 win in Miami and that game ball goes on display at The Hall along with the ball Brady threw for his final completion of the game to set a Patriots single-game passing yards record with 517.
Big nose tackle Vince Wilfork nabs his first career interception and rumbles 28 yards in a win over the Chargers and his cleats and gloves go on display at The Hall.
The Hall is constantly acquiring new artifacts, whether Adam Vinatieri's cleats from the 2005 Pro Bowl, Welker's pink shoes and gloves worn in October 2011 as part of Breast Cancer Awareness Month or an artifact from one of Brady's many recod-setting performances.
So each time you visit The Hall, take a peek at what's new. Be sure to see something new that wasn't there during your last visit.