Book Your Group Visit
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The Hall at Patriot Place presented by Raytheon entertains groups of all kinds from corporate outings to school field trips to birthday parties and more.
The Hall is a one-of-a-kind experience your group is certain to enjoy. We offer traditional museum artifacts combined with cutting-edge technology and interactivity perfect for ages 6 to 66 and beyond.
We assist with planning your outing to ensure you achieve your goals to simply have an entertaining, interactive trip back through Patriots and New England Football history, plan a team-building activity with your fellow employees/teammates or map out your school field trip.
The Hall offers discounted rates for groups of 15 or more. The Hall also offers specials to senior groups of 15 or more that visit on weekdays as well as for school groups and youth football teams.
To book your group reservation and ask about our group rates, call 508-549-0555. You will need a 50 percent non-refundable deposit to secure your reservation. We prefer to have final payment two weeks before your visit.
The Hall at Patriot Place presented by Raytheon is the most distinctive event space at what is New England’s most unique event venue. Gillette Stadium and The Hall are an extension of the team’s effort to strive for on-field excellence.
If you are hoping to impress high-powered corporate clients with the professionalism and functionality of your services or want to break from the norm of holding your banquet or reception in a hotel ballroom, then you should reach out to our event planners at Gillette Stadium.
No matter the reason, we want to make your ideas a reality. The Hall at Patriot Place presented by Raytheon has a large Grand Hall that serves as the main function space within its 30,000 square feet of interactive exhibits spread over two floors.
The Hall features the 150-seat Raytheon Theater, which is home to our inspiring, panoramic 17-minute signature film titled Patriots Way. The theater also is equipped with a dedicated projector and sound system for use with presentations. For smaller presentations, The Hall has a meeting room that seats around 40 people that also includes audio/visual capabilities and a touch screen SMART Board available for presentations and meeting use. Presenters can interact with the SMART Board and then send any marked up documents to computer users within the room as a PDF.
To book your next event at The Hall or inquire about doing so, call 508-384-4378 or click the link below and fill out the required information.
to inquire about hosting your function at The Hall.
School Field Trips
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The Hall at Patriot Place presented by Raytheon is open to students of all ages and offers on-site, hands-on, grade-level group education modules. In addition to touring The Hall with the students, teachers have a menu of education modules from which to choose for the school group visit. Each module takes 45-60 minutes to complete and is typically facilitated in the Gillette Stadium press box overlooking the game field.
The museum itself features interactive exhibits designed to educate and entertain. Try your skill at kicking or converting a 23- or 45-yard field goal. See how high can you jump and compare that to Devin McCourty. Is your reaction time as quick as the NFL Players’? How hard is it to make an official’s call on the field? You can review a
Belichick explain the strategies behind each play. Learn if you have what it takes to score a touchdown when you face challengers at “In the Numbers”. Experience Patriots legendary Hall of Fame players and discover if their records have been broken. Then finish with a special visit to see the Vince Lombardi Super Bowl Trophies and World Championship rings from 2001, 2003 and 2004.
The Hall at Patriot Place presented by Raytheon 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. It 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. For example, a math-focused module invites students to join their classmates and serve on the management team of a new NFL franchise. Using budgets and statistics from the National Football League, they will compare players’ strengths, weaknesses and salaries to assemble the best offensive team and then present their team in a “press conference” format.
In addition to the Build-a-Team module geared toward middle school students, The Hall also offers these STEM modules for elementary and middle school students:
How Does the Equipment Ship (grades 3-5)
Hands Down (biometric technology) (grades 3-6)
Helmet Design Challenge (grades 5-8)
Let's Have a Ball (grades 5-8)
One of the high school modules serves as a great enhancement to sports entertainment and marketing courses, offering students an opportunity to utilize the marketing principles of product, pricing, promotion, and placement. Students are asked to market The Hall, a related product or a school related promotional activity using the Four P’s of Marketing and present their ideas to New England Patriots marketing representatives during their visit to The Hall.
Our most popular module is the helmet design challenge in which students must design the shell and inside padding of a “helmet” and the test the strength of their work by dropping a croquet ball on it. Students learn about force and the importance of the distribution of the impact in protecting a player’s head.
The Hall also offers an English/language arts activity in which the students become journalists covering a game situation for different mediums and media outlets. We continue to develop new modules and offer curriculum based lesson plans by request.
The Hall does not have a cafeteria, but has worked out school lunch agreements with some of the restaurants within Patriot Place.
Teachers are always welcomed to make a pre-visit tour of The Hall at no charge to “scout” their field trip and prepare correlated lessons for the students. Please present one of the following at the ticket desk: a school identification card, a teacher’s union card, a paycheck stub, or a letter from your school principal on school letterhead.
Scheduling Your Visit
Be sure to call early to get your class on the schedule for The Hall as dates fill up quickly. Groups can be booked up to 14 days before the event. You may call (508) 549-0555 Monday through Friday between the hours of 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. or email your request to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you email please put Education Reservation in the subject area.
Include in your phone message or email the following information:
Call the Hall for Pricing. 508-549-0555.
Date/time of arrival
Contact person/phone #/e-mail address
School name/address/phone #
Grade level/number of students/number of adult chaperones