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Lambeau Field stadium tours now offering alumni tours

Posted Dec 1, 2016

Tours scheduled to feature Packers alumni Ahman Green, William Henderson, and Dorsey Levens.

The Packers have announced that alumni tours, a new Lambeau Field stadium tour offering, are now available for fans and visitors.

The alumni tours, which follow the 60-minute Classic Stadium Tour route and are priced at $59 per person, are each led by a tour guide and by the featured alumnus, who will add stories, perspectives and insights to the already-informative and historical stadium tours.

The first alumni tour will be offered this Friday, Dec. 2, featuring all-time Packers leading rusher and Packers Hall of Famer Ahman Green. The next public alumni tours are scheduled for Friday, Dec. 23, with one tour featuring William Henderson and one featuring Dorsey Levens, both Packers Hall of Famers. Limited tickets for each tour remain available and can be purchased at http://www.packers.com/lambeau-field/stadium-tours.html.

Private alumni tours can also be booked through the Packers Hall of Fame by calling 920/569-7145. Such tours must be arranged four weeks in advance and scheduling may depend on which alumni are available each day.

For more information about purchasing tour tickets or to learn more about each available tour option, please visit http://www.packers.com/lambeau-field/stadium-tours.html.

 
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