Lambeau Field is one of the oldest NFL stadiums in the US, it was opened in 1957 and it currently has seats for 80,750 fans in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Home to the Green Bay Packers, the stadium has hosted NFL seasons and super bowl games. The historic stadium is named after the founder and coach of Green Bay packers, Earl Louis Curly Lambeau. The stadium is popular for several country music concerts. Lambeau field stadium tours are open all year round, tours are not offered on home game days and other events at the stadium.
Things to Do
- The stadium gives you the best views of the game, there are bowl seats and box seats, indoor club seats, and aisle seats.
- All NFL fans should visit the packers hall of fame at the Lambeau field atrium, it shares multimedia and interactive displays for a great user experience.
- Hall of fame displays packers trophies, and historic packers games and many packers artifacts.
- Stadium tours are a good way to see behind the scenes, see the field, walk through the players tunnel, the classic tours are about an hour long.
- Tours share the history of the packers and take you through different parts of the stadium.
- Visit the 1919 kitchen & tap restaurant for soups, salads, meals, a variety of burgers and sandwiches, ice cream and kid's meals.
Lambeau Field Insider Tips
- Visit the pro shop for apparel, caps, toys, souvenirs and more.
- Tours are free for kids ages 5 and under.