Hall adds Super Bowl artifacts
2/7/12 3:00 AM
The outcome of Super Bowl XLVI may have been disappointing for Patriots fans, but it did mark the team's seventh AFC Championship and corresponding Super Bowl appearance and fifth in the last 11 seasons.
Quarterback Tom Brady set a Super Bowl record during the title game against the Giants when he completed 16 consecutive passes in staking the Patriots to a 17-9 lead. The ball used to set that Super Bowl record is now on display at The Hall.
Additionally, The Hall acquired Super Bowl game-used jerseys from Brady, Rob Gronkowski, Aaron Hernandez, Ben Jarvus Green-Ellis, Danny Woodhead and Deion Branch.
During the trip to Indy, The Hall also collected memorabilia from the team's Super Bowl pactice facility, the team offices, and the team hotel, including signage, notes, cleats, locker name plates and more.
So be sure to look for new additions to our exhibits when you visit The Hall. Looking for something specific, ask one of our guest services representatives if it is available.
The Hall preserves history as it is made so that you can enjoy it and re-live the memories and emotions associated with the moments that complete the Patriots story.