While most museums show you the past, one of the innovations of the Hall at Patriot Place presented by Raytheon is to allow you to interact with the great moments in Patriots history. This exhibit begins with a display of the 21 game balls and an artifact case featuring the team’s eight AFC Championship trophies and its AFC championship rings. The Moments Database touch screens allow you to relive great moments in Patriots history through abstract objects that symbolize those games and pique your curiosity and then satisfy that curiosity with a video about that moment. Also, you can go under the hood and review plays like an NFL referee in one of our actual game-used field review stations. The actual snow plow from the famous 1982 “Snow Plow Game” against Miami hangs from ceiling and you can hear the story as told by tractor driver Mark Henderson and kicker John Smith. Adam Vinatieri’s 45-yard kick against the Oakland Raiders in the 2001 playoffs is arguably the greatest kick in NFL history. Step inside our snow globe and watch a five-minute film about the game while you see the snow fly. Across from the globe, you can also attempt to kick Vinatieri’s game-tying or game-winning Snow Bowl field goals in our kicking simulator.