Hall at Patriots Place

July 26, 2019 Jenn Petersen

A unique sports and educational experience showcasing the history of New England Patriots’ football franchise

Foxborough, Massacusetts


Make it bold because this is a championship organization — celebrate the achievements of football giants the New England Patriots in a way no other team has been honored. That was the brief to the team working on the Hall at Patriot Place. Architects Cambridge Seven Associates set the vision — a new kind of sports museum that uses the dynamic interplay between architecture and gallery design to capture the power of teamwork and involve fans in the action.

This was audiovisual on a grand scale. Think interactive video walls 35 feet high, an immersive recreation of a game in snow and interactive exhibits explaining how coaches design complex football plays. Great fan relationships are essential to commercial success so the Hall had to make them feel part of something special. The aim was to engage fans with interactive exhibits and create the WOW factor that would make a visit a truly memorable event.

A dazzling array of interactive and immersive multimedia exhibits and artifacts engage fans of all ages.


Fans enjoy a multimedia experience throughout the 36,000 square feet gallery. Giant interactive video pylons make the first indoor use of eco-friendly reflective LCD technology. Interactive touchscreens allow visitors to select Hall of Fame players and bring their careers to life with big-scale multimedia. In a virtual stadium tunnel, sensors trigger the sounds of a packed stadium and audiovisual recreates the atmosphere of a game in snowfall.


The Hall at Patriot Place reflects the vision and values of this championship organization. It’s big, bold and successful, attracting more than a million visitors every year and winning a prestigious Gold MUSE Award for outstanding achievement in museum media. The Hall doesn’t just entertain and engage fans, it promotes math and science education for visiting schoolchildren — a great community project.

"The Kraft Group is a championship organization and The Hall at Patriot Place presented by Raytheon reflects that championship tradition by being the only sports and education experience of its kind. The Kraft family sought to honor the Patriots’ Hall of Fame in a way that no other Hall of Fame has been honored." - Bryan Morry, Executive Director, The Hall at Patriot Place

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