BOSTON, MA - MAY 29: Some of the 37,252 flags placed on the Boston Common to honor the number of lost Massachusetts military members on May 29, 2017 in Boston, Massachusetts. In an annual tradition, volunteers plant tens of thousands of flags on the Boston Common for Memorial Day. (Photo by Scott Eisen/Getty Images)

After going virtual in 2020, due to the COVID-19 restrictions, the awe-inspiring display of flags will be back on Boston Common for Memorial Day weekend this year.

More than 37,000 flags will return to their place on the city’s common, each flag representing a Massachusetts service member who has given their life defending our country, dating all the way back to the Revolutionary War.

“It just means a lot to us to be able to pull the full display together. I think our commonwealth needs it; our military needs it,” the executive director of the Mass. Military Heroes Fund, Diane Nealon told WHDH-TV.

The Massachusetts Military Heroes Fund say that the Memorial Day Flag Garden will be displayed starting Thursday, May 27th, and going through Memorial Day on May 31st.

The organization is asking those coming to Boston Common to view the Memorial Day Flag Garden, to review and abide by all current city and state COVID-19 safety regulations.

PHOTOS: Boston Common Flag Garden from Previous Years