Who will be 1 million?
The Patriots Hall of Fame presented by Raytheon will kick off the summer expecting its one millionth visitor to pass through its doors. Will it be you?
“We are extremely excited about the notion of eclipsing the one million visitor milestone at some point this summer,” Hall executive director Bryan Morry said. “We have such an incredible, passionate fan base and those fans have embraced The Hall since we opened our doors back in September of 2008.”
“The Krafts are incredibly focused on creating a positive fan experience on site. Their goal in building The Hall was to construct an entertaining venue that the whole family could enjoy while also preserving the team’s history and honoring the greatest Patriots of all time,” Morry added. “But ultimately, the fans tell you if you have succeeded and the fan reaction and support of The Hall has been terrific since the day we opened.”
The Hall officially opened to the public on Sept. 22, 2008 and in addition to housing the team’s Hall of Fame and other exhibits, it also features the Super Bowl Experience exhibit with historic championship artifacts, compelling video production and interactivity along with all five Vince Lombardi Super Bowl Trophies.
“Walking into our trophy room is an experience,” Morry said. “Those five trophies sparkle and when you are looking at those along with the celebrations that accompany them, you are taken back to those February championship nights. In that moment, it doesn’t matter what happened last Sunday. The Hall rekindles that emotion. Our fans have embraced it, and for that, we are thankful.”