Patriots Hall Of Fame Set To Reopen For First Time Since March Closing
Patriots fans will not be able to attend games at Gillette Stadium right away this season, but an alternative to satisfy any football cravings will be returning this week.
On Wednesday, the Patriots announced that the team Hall of Fame is set to reopen to the public on Friday, albeit on a weekend only basis.
The new Patriots Hall of Fame hours are every Friday through Sunday from 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m and will follow all state-initiated safety protocols in an effort to keep all guests and staff safe and comfortable.
In an effort to celebrate the reopening, the Hall of Fame will be giving away a Troy Brown Hall of Fame bobblehead with every $10 adult admission ticket.
“We are excited to kick off another season of Patriots football and are looking forward to re-opening the Patriots Hall of Fame this weekend,” Hall executive director Bryan Morry said. “We are taking measures to adhere to CDC best practices in regards to physical distancing and sanitization of our displays and touch points. In addition, all staff and guests will be required to wear face coverings while visiting The Hall.”
The Patriots encourage fans to purchase all tickets in advance at www.patriotshalloffame.com or call 508-698-4800 for more information.
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