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Packers Hall of Fame open through Sunday, will close for renovations

Posted Nov 15, 2013

Hall will reopen in April 2015; select artifacts can be viewed at Neville Public Museum

The Packers are reminding fans that the Packers Hall of Fame will close Nov. 18, in order to dismantle and remove exhibits in preparation for the construction of the new Packers Pro Shop in that area, as part of the Atrium renovation project. The new Packers Hall of Fame will be located in sections of the first and second floors of the Atrium, with construction beginning in July 2014 and completion scheduled for April 2015.

The Packers Hall of Fame Inc., the non-profit corporation independent of the Packers that guides the Hall, will be loaning a selection of its artifacts and memorabilia to be on display at the Neville Public Museum, through a partnership with the Neville. Details of the arrangement will be announced in the near future.

Lambeau Field stadium tours will continue during the construction. For tour times, visit www.packers.com/lambeau-field/stadium-tours.html. Visitors to the parking lot and Atrium will be aided by signage indicating the proper entrance to use.

Other Hall of Fame programs that remain available are the Scout Sleepover, E-Field Trip with Kris Broderick, the Hall of Fame Art Contest and Tundra Tales Reading Program. For more information on those programs, please visit www.packers.com/lambeau-field/hall-of-fame/visit.html.

The Packers Pro Shop will remain open through the entirety of the renovations, including the period in which it will transition to its new location. Curly’s Pub will remain open for the majority of the renovations, with a brief closure beginning in February 2015.

 
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