Year 2022 will mark the 10-year anniversary of the discovery of the Higgs Boson by the ATLAS and CMS Experiments at the Large Hadron Collider. In the intervening time, scores of measurements documenting the Higgs’ properties and modes of interaction have been made. There is no evidence that the Higgs sector is more complex than the one predicted in the Standard Model, but measurements are constantly being refined and made more precise and robust. Over the next 10 years, the LHC is planning to deliver a dataset 20 times larger than what the collider experiments have collected thus far, and probe slightly higher energies. With this dataset, we will be able to make precise Higgs measurements, test the Electroweak Symmetry breaking mechanism, and continue our hunt for New Physics. This talk will review the highlights of the LHC era in particle physics and discuss ways we will collect and exploit the coming data.