All 22 plaques along the Packers Heritage Trail were installed this week, according to a news release from the Packers Heritage Trail Foundation.
The self-guided walking tour includes several landmarks throughout downtown Green Bay that are related to the team’s history during the Curly Lambeau and Vince Lombardi years. Seventeen of the plaques are along the walk that starts at the Neville Public Museum and ends at Titletown Brewing Co., formerly the Chicago & North Western Train Depot. Five other plaques are on two spurs designed as self-guided bike rides.
For more on the Trail, you can check out this full report on packers.com from when plans were announced.
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