What is the No. 1 thing first-time visitors to Lambeau Field should see or do?
Clay Matthews: The overall game day experience. Whether it’s tailgating, going to the Pro Shop, taking the tours or seeing the Hall of Fame*, to experiencing everything that goes on during a Packers game at Lambeau Field. It’s a must see.
Aaron Rodgers: They definitely need to check out the Hall of Fame* and Lambeau Field Tour.
Randall Cobb: Hall of Fame* and Stadium Tour, I loved to see all the old pictures from the Lombardi Era.
Jordy Nelson: Definitely hit up the Hall of Fame Tour*.
James Jones: If possible, they should get to see the locker room and the field.
Mason Crosby: Stadium Tour and Hall of Fame*.
Here is more on Lambeau Field, provided by Travel Wisconsin:
Nothing says Wisconsin like attending a Green Bay Packers football game. If you make it to a game, it’s bound to be an unforgettable experience. And, if you’re an extreme fan you must wear a foam cheese hat. While in Titletown, check out the Packers Hall of Fame* where you’ll see four Super Bowl trophies and a re-creation of Vince Lombardi’s office. You can also take a stadium tour of Lambeau Field, a great way to see the stadium’s new expansion and behind-the-scenes areas.
* The Packers Hall of Fame is now closed for ongoing Atrium renovations. The new Hall of Fame will open in 2015. While the Packers Hall of Fame is closed, fans may still experience Packers history though stadium tours, other youth programs and the Neville Public Museum in Green Bay, Wis., which will be showcasing various Packers Hall of Fame artifacts during the renovation.
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