The NFL celebrates Salute to Service Month in November and The Hall opened a pop-up exhibit that celebrates and honors America’s servicemen and women. The exhibit will be on display throughout November.
Hall visitors can also relive the Patriots’ championship glory inside The Hall’s signature exhibit, “The Super Bowl Experience”, which highlights each of the organization’s five championship seasons and showcases the team’s five Vince Lombardi Trophies and Super Bowl championship rings.
Since opening in September 2008, The Patriots Hall of Fame presented by Raytheon has offered free admission to military members each Veterans Day and Memorial Day. The Patriots Hall of Fame and its partner, Raytheon, recently extended its offer and provides all veterans and active military members free admission with proper military identification year round. In 2010, The Hall hosted a travelling exhibit, “Pro Football and the American Spirit”, which told the story of professional football players and personnel that served in the military from WWII to Operation Desert Storm and the conflict in Afghanistan.
Kraft family and New England Patriots Foundation to host the Moving Wall outside of The Hall
The Kraft family and the New England Patriots have a longstanding commitment to supporting those who have served and those who continue to serve our country. As part of the Salute to Service campaign, the Patriots will pay tribute to all of the lives that were lost during the Vietnam War.
From Thursday, Nov. 8 through Monday, Nov. 12, Patriot Place will host the Moving Wall, the half-sized replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. For individuals that have not seen this monument in Washington, the Moving Wall travels across the country to provide people an opportunity to honor the brave men and women that sacrificed their lives for our country.