Champion Stadium Tour, Lambeau Field

© Photographed April 11, 2017
Lambeau Field, Home of the Green Bay Packers
44.501929, -88.060641

Lambeau Field Stadium Tours is located on the east side of Lambeau Field and is accessible from eastbound Lombardi Avenue / County Highway VK, east of its intersection with South Ridge Road, at or near






  • Green Bay Packers: Lambeau Field Stadium Tours
  • Bring your camera! The Packers are exceedingly generous. There are no restrictions on photography.
  • Wear good walking shoes and/or bring a portable seat; the tour lasts an hour and 15 minutes and is about a mile long. You'll mostly be standing, although there are a couple of stops when you get to sit for 10 minutes or so.
  • Use the bathroom before the tour starts; there's only one bathroom break, and it's about 45 minutes into the tour.
  • You'll be subjected to the weather outside more than being inside; dress appropriately (and be prepared for considerable wind chill in colder months). 
  • Finally, regardless of which NFL team you root for, don't miss the opportunity to tour Lambeau Field -- it really is magical!

My friend Joy, visiting from Ardsley (Westchester County), New York.

The tour begins in the atrium.
The plaques below, mounted to the atrium walls,
relate Lambeau Field "Moments in TIME"







Looking east from the 3rd level of Lambeau Field;
view of the Brown County Veterans memorial.


This plaque actually has a typo! The new City Stadium was built in 1956
(not 1965 as written), and dedicated as "City Stadium" on September 29, 1957 --
with Vice President Richard Nixon and NFL Commissioner Bert Bell in attendance.
The facility was renamed Lambeau Field in 1965, following the death of
Packers’ founder and first coach Earl “Curly” Lambeau.
See also, Packers Heritage Trail Marker 15: City Stadium,
at a nearby location.

At the Club Seats level . . .


The view from the Club Seats level . . .


The largest G in the world -- at the top of Lambeau Field.

View of the G from Allouez Cemetery, about 3 miles away.

Views from the Champions Club seats . . .
(If I ever have the chance to go to a Packers' game, I want to sit here!)
Club Seating Opportunities at Lambeau Field
(these have got to be waaaaaaaaaay expensive!!!)


Looking northeast, at the Leo Frigo bridge.

Looking southeast across the Frozen Tundra . . .

Lots of historical information
on the Champions Club walls:

13 World Championships and two three-peats (1929, 1930, 1931
and 1965, 1966, 1967 -- no other NFL team has done that!)


The plaques below are placed throughout the Champions Club.
I was able to photograph only about a third of them.




















Looking down the tunnel from the entrance to the locker room.

Almost to the field . . .

This place is BIG -- and it was freezing-___ cold!!!

At the goal -- GO PACK GO!!!

Looking up at the score board from the field.


At the Packers end zone.

Having fun at the "Lambeau Leap" photo op.


"Love at First Leap" is at the entrance to the Packers Pro Shop.


Statue of Curly Lambeau.

Statue of Vince Lombardi.

Lambeau Field is located in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

2 comments:

joy ciarcia-levy said...

Awesome pictures and account of Packers history! It was a fun day!

Melinda Roberts said...

It was a fun day! Glad we could take the tour. GO PACK GO :)

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