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Lambeau Field, Green Bay

Categories: Tourist Spots, Arenas & Stadiums
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4.8/5 based on 2,200+ reviews on the web
Home to Wisconsin's beloved Green Bay Packers and their devoted fans, Lambeau Field has hosted football games since it first opened as City Stadium in 1957. This outdoor stadium can hold more than 80,000 people, making it the fourth-largest arena in the National Football League. If you can't make it to a game, be sure to take a stadium tour, stop by the Packers Hall of Fame, or grab a bite to eat at Curly's Pub. Add Lambeau Field and other attractions to your Green Bay trip itinerary using our Green Bay vacation trip planner.
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  • The latest Lambeau Field updates are quite impressive. Lambeau is not just a foot ball field, it is now a destination location for all types of events. Saturday's before game days are particularly fun...  read more »
  • We did the Champions tour and Hall of Fame. It was very interesting to learn about this history of the Packers and see the stadium without it full of people! Highlight was going through the players tu...  read more »
  • I have never been one or outdoor stadium, especially those in cold climates and with bleacher seats. But, this venue is so iconic, and the fans are so passionate, that it is a must see on any serious ...  read more »
  • Lambeau Field, the crown jewel of the NFL, is a must-have experience for any NFL football fan. The atmosphere is like being re-born into a 70,000-person family of friendly alcoholics that will welcome you with open arms no matter where you're from. The greatest history of victory, rivalries, and dozens of football greats will fill your soul's empty hole with rich traditional football goodness. Come baptize in brats and beer. Come cheer for your team. Come worship with us, the Packer Nation, on our most hallowed ground, Lambeau Field, this Sunday. And if you come with an open mind, you will experience life at its best, by those who know how to enjoy it the most.
  • I need to be careful... I'm not the biggest football fan. I enjoy it, but not like my wife does. That said, the field and stadium is Amazing! The tours available are excellent. They are informative, funny, and exciting. Like any stadium, food can be pricy. Unfortunately, we did not have a chance to try the restaurant '1919' as the wait was close to an hour long (must be good... Right?). Definitely child friendly (we had our 9month old with us) and wheelchair/stroller accessible throughout.
  • Great venue for football. Classic stadium with a modern feel. All of the amenities are there (awesome proshop, easy to access food and bathrooms), with the history of the Frozen Tundra. The field level seats are all bleachers, but you can rent bleacher backs if you wish. Parking is actually fun. There is some by stadium parking, but to get the real gameday experience park in one of the near by residential areas and walk in. You'll pass by tons of festive tailgate party's.
  • Love this stadium! Went a couple weeks ago just to check it out for the first time. A couple of nice statues of Lombardi and Curley out front. They have one of the best pro shops in the NFL will all the merchandise you can think of. Maybe I'll get a chance to check out a game there one day.
  • Such a great place to spend a day (family night to be exact). The whole city engages every Sunday. Walking up to the stadium is awe inspiring. The shop is fantastic. And the seating is close yet comfortable. And the Packers. Duh.
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