Lambeau Field

  • Address: 1265 Lombardi Ave, Green Bay, WI 54304, USA, United States
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  • Phone: +1-9205697500
  • Ticket Price: Free
  • Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Stadium, Family And Kids

This attraction is essentially an outdoor athletic stadium in Green Bay. This is where several epics and history have been created. The main draw of Green Bay, the Lambeau Field is where the iconic Green Bay packers play. Get utmost enlightenment by signing up for guided tour, that last about 90-odd minutes, nevertheless the well-trained guides are highly engaging. A great place for photos, stand in between the goal posts where iconic goals have been made. Opened 60 years ago, this attraction certainly manages to draw visitors to this quaint little Wisconsin city.

  • Guided tours available.

  • Ticket prices may be subjective to the game being played.
  • Parking charges are applicable.

  • Timings may be subjective to game’s schedule.

  • Private car

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  • Lambeau Field Address: 1265 Lombardi Ave, Green Bay, WI 54304, USA, United States
  • Lambeau Field Contact Number: +1-9205697500
  • Lambeau Field Price: Free
  • Time required to visit Lambeau Field: 03:00 Hrs
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  • 95% of people who visit Green Bay include Lambeau Field in their plan

  • 39.47% of people start their Lambeau Field visit around 3 PM - 4 PM

  • People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Lambeau Field

Monday, Wednesday and Sunday

92.3% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Lambeau Field

People normally club together Green Bay Botanical Garden and Meyer Theatre while planning their visit to Lambeau Field.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures
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  • Awesome place plenty of stuff to keep you busy and to see. A lot of walking around. But worth the time and money. One of a kind places to stop and see. They have all kinds is places to get something to eat. And do a little packer shopping for the die hard fans or souvenir.

  • A Top Notch NFL football stadium. Open year round. From the Pro shop, Hall of Fame, 1919 Bar and Grill, there is something for everyone. Kids love to run around the huge Atrium! The place is fully handicapped accessible, which is hard to find these days. Bathrooms are huge and clean. We stop there every chance we can! Go Pack Go!

  • I've been a packer fan since I was young but felt a real connection when I got to experience lambeau field! The fan experience is never ending from the tailgating and how polite everyone is to the stands with free stuff before the game. Heading in the hall of fame and gift shop are must stops but expect to pay. The time spent was a blast and the action on the field was beyond amazing. I will go again and hope you get a chance to as well.

  • It's the Lambeau experience that gives this place a 5 star review, despite the long lines to get through security or the concession stand prices. If you don't like to wait in line, come early. If you don't like to pay that much for food and beverages, tailgate before and after. If you don't like the long lines in the bathrooms, go in the middle of the inning during the visiting teams drive. This was my first Lambeau experience in December while it was snowing, I loved every cold minute of it. Go Pack!

  • Lambeau Field is an amazing place. Not to mention it is iconic. Open field and to be there in 31 degrees was a true experience. I understand why it is called The Frozen Tundra! Good food good beer and some of the friendliest fans. The surrounding buildings are full of fans grilling, concerts and just a great place.

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