What’s in The Hall?
The Hall has two floors of exhibit galleries chock full of interesting artifacts, touch screens and interactive entertainment. It is suitable for ages 5 to 105. Guests can walk back through team history by viewing traditional artifact cases or through a digital timeline featuring awesome photos, videos, newspaper clippings, rosters, results and more. The team’s Hall of Famers are honored in 30-foot high LED-display pylons with associated touchscreen kiosks. The Hall houses the six Vince Lombardi Trophies and championships rings. It also includes exciting interactive experiences. Visitors can kick Adam Vinatieri’s Snow Bowl field goals, make Malcolm Butler’s Super Bowl-clinching interception, go under the hood to review plays, step inside a huddle to hear Tom Brady call plays, watch Bill Belichick breakdown the playbook and more.
How long does it take to tour The Hall?
The Hall tour is self-guided because of all its interactive elements so while the time spent is up to you, the typical timing would be 60-90 minutes. But we have had guests go through the venue in 30 minutes or six hours depending on how much they wanted to see, watch and read. Our Patriots Way signature film, which plays in the Raytheon Theater on a 45-foot-wide panoramic screen is about 17 minutes long, takes an emotional look back on the team’s history while connecting the fans and the region to the football club.
Where is The Hall located at Patriot Place?
It is just outside Gillette Stadium’s north end zone. Enter the property at the P1 entrance for easiest access.
Are you open on home game days?
The Hall is currently operating with limited hours due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Current hours are Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10 AM- 5 PM. Since there are no fans permitted to attend games during the 2020 season, The Hall’s hours are unaffected by games. The information below applies to our game day hours under normal circumstances and is listed here just for your information.
You should always check our website for game day hours. For many games, The Hall hosts a private pregame hospitality event so its hours vary. If there is no event, The Hall is open to the public throughout the day.
If The Hall is hosting a pregame event:
- 1 p.m. game – The Hall is closed pregame but reopens at 4 p.m.
- 4 p.m. game – The Hall is closed all day
- 8:30 p.m. game (or other night times) – The Hall closes at 2 p.m.
If the Hall is NOT hosting a pregame event:
- 1 p.m. game – The Hall will open at 9 a.m. and close by 7 p.m.
- 4 p.m. game – The Hall is open until kickoff
- Night game – The Hall is open until kickoff
Do Season Ticket Members get free admission?
Season ticket members receive one free Hall digital admission pass for each seat in their account. So if you own four season tickets, you receive four free Hall digital admission passes with those tickets. You must show the digital e-ticket for scanning at The Hall box office to gain admission.
Do you offer group discounts
Yes. Groups of 15 or more receive a discount and should book as early as possible. If you have not pre-booked the group, then there is no discount given.