What is the No. 1 thing first-time visitors to Lambeau Field should see or do?
No. 18 Randall Cobb – The Packers Hall of Fame.
No. 70 T.J. Lang – Go across the street and get a big, greasy burger from Kroll’s.
No. 44 James Starks – Visit the Hall of Fame, learn some history.
No. 11 Jarrett Boykin – Check out the Hall of Fame, there’s some pretty unique stuff there.
No. 81 Andrew Quarless – Hall of Fame and take a chance to do the Lambeau Leap.
No. 52 Clay Matthews – Walk around and meet other fans, tailgate and enjoy the atmosphere that is unlike any other in professional sports.
No. 96 Mike Neal – Visit the Hall of Fame because it’s very historic and you can feel the tradition of the Packers as you walk through.
Touch down year round at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wis. Not only is it home to the 13-time world champion Green Bay Packers on gameday and touted as the most legendary stadium in the National Football League, Lambeau Field is also open (almost) every day of the year. The Lambeau Field Atrium is home to the Packers Pro Shop, Curly’s Pub, Packers Hall of Fame (opening in spring 2015) and stadium tours. Lambeau Field stadium tours allow fans to experience the Packers’ history-rich facility first-hand and see several behind-the-scenes areas. There are three different tour options available, including the Classic Stadium Tour, the Champions Tour and the Legendary Tour. Whatever tour you tackle, you’ll be sure to win.
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