The Patriots Hall of Fame (Patriot Place)
The Patriots Hall of Fame offers a 30,000 square foot, interactive multi-media tribute to New England's favorite football team, designed to educate and entertain.
The Patriots United Grand Hall features three different films called 'Heart,' 'Unity,' and 'Champions,' the qualities of a New England Patriot. View our Patriots Hall of Fame Photo Guide.
The shows are shown on uniquely designed huge, angled ceiling projection screens.
Other exhibits include a custom-made Super Bowl chopper; artifacts and models of different eras in the team's history; the panoramic feature 'Patriots Way,' projected on to a 45-foot-wide screen; the origins of football in New England; audio from Patriots players from different decades; the Hall of Fame, and much more.
School Group Programs
The Patriots Hall of Fame hosts thousands of students annually on field trips so that students and teachers can take advantage of relevant education modules that take them out of the traditional classroom into the real world classroom.
The Hall offers a well-organized, entertaining, fun educational experience that is tailored to the teachers’ needs. Peg Myers, a former principal and The Hall’s education coordinator, works with the teachers to ensure the field trip meets its goals.
Programs are built so that football fans and non-football fans alike can enjoy the learning experience. The modules are designed to integrate the many facets of sports with real world activities.
Gillette Stadium - Home of the New England Patriots
The New England Patriots play their home football games at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro.
Patriot Place is loaded with terrific restaurants, shopping, and entertainment so you can truly make a day of it on game day whether you are tailgating or grabbing a bite onsite.
Fans always flock to the Patriots Pro Shop for the latest jerseys and gear. Plus it's just a fun way to pass the time until kickoff. It's also a place to stay warm when it's cold outside!
Click here for information on tickets to New England Patriots home games. Tickets are hard to come by but there is an application for waitlist tickets on the official website.
If you are lucky enough to get tickets, here are some of the best ways to get to Gillette Stadium from Boston, by train, car or other options.
Monday-Friday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Saturday 10 a.m.-9 p.m.
Sunday 10 a.m.-7 p.m.
The Hall closes before/during Patriots home games and re-opens after 1 p.m. home games. Check calendar for other closings due to private events. The Hall is closed for Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Seniors and active military $7
Children (5-12) $5
Children younger than 5 Free
Group discounts are available
One Patriot Place, Foxborough, MA, 02035 map
From Boston: Interstate 93 South (S.E. Expressway) to Interstate 95 South; Take Interstate 95 South to Exit 9 (Wrentham) onto Route 1 South. Follow Route 1 South approximately 3 miles to Patriot Place (on the left). Enter Patriot Place at the P1 entrance and park on the right closest to The Hall.
From Cape Cod: Interstate 495 North to Exit 14A onto Route 1 North.
Follow Route 1 North approximately 4 miles to Patriot Place (on the right). Enter Patriot Place at the P1 entrance and park on the right closest to The Hall.
Parking at The Hall at Patriot Place is free, except for Game Day when game parking rates apply. To park closest to The Hall, enter Patriot Place at the P1 entrance and take the first right toward the Hall and Showcase Live.
- Going to a home game? Check out our guide on the best ways to get to Gillette Stadium. In addition to driving and paying for parking, you can also take the Patriots Train, an Uber or rent a coach bus if you have a large group.
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