Added in 2015 and renovated in 2017 and again in 2018, the Super Bowl Experience exhibit is an incredible, comprehensive look back at the team’s six Super Bowl championships. The experience begins when you walk amongst the Patriots players as they run onto the field at Super Bowl XLIX while Pat Summerall introduces the Patriots as a team from Super Bowl XXXVI. Following Summerall’s announcement, the sounds of a jet flyover and fireworks help you celebrate while looking up at a flyover graphic and lighting that immerses you into the moment. Once in the exhibit, you will see six 18-foot-high Lombardi Trophy graphics that introduce you to pod areas dedicated to each of the team’s six championships. Within each pod is a case housing artifacts from the specific Super Bowl along with a huge 4K monitor that features season storylines, highlights, Super Bowl trophy and MVP presentations, scoring summaries, along with game statistics and team rosters. Each pod also includes facts and figures on the wall and an 18-foot-high player graphic from the respective Super Bowl. Across from the pods, the exhibit features a 16×9 video wall that loops 14 different Super Bowl storyline vignettes. From the record-setting fourth quarter in Super Bowl XXXVIII to the final drive of Super Bowl XXXVI to two-way players, Coach Belichick’s game-planning thoughts, and the incredible defensive effort in Super Bowl LIII, the video wall brings you deeper into the championships. After viewing newspaper covers from the Super Bowl wins, guests will experience the Anatomy of the Super Bowl LI comeback. Watch as head coach Bill Belichick and players discuss the epic Super Bowl-record comeback win over the Atlanta Falcons while viewing incredible game-used artifacts built into graphics of Dont’a Hightower, Julian Edelman and James White. While Super Bowl LI might be the greatest in the game’s history — and the first decided in overtime — there is also a special area dedicated to what is arguably the greatest play in Super Bowl history – Malcolm Butler’s Super Bowl XLIX-clinching interception. An artifact case houses his cleats, helmet, gloves and the ball he intercepted while an interactive area lets you virtually make the interception and get your picture on the cover of Patriots Football Weekly, which you can then email to yourself. After making the play, you enter the trophy room where you can take a photo in front of all six Vince Lombardi Super Bowl trophies and see the team’s massive championship rings. Finally, any good New England championship celebration ends with a duck boat parade through Boston. So you can sit in a duck boat and watch video recorded from the duck boat itself to create the feeling that you are riding in the parade.