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Packers Hall of Fame to offer free kids admission Sundays in February

Posted Feb 10, 2017

1919 Kitchen and Tap to offer $5 Kids Meals Sunday

Families looking to get out of the house during the remaining weekends in February can enjoy fun, affordable family activities at the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame and 1919 Kitchen & Tap at Lambeau Field.

The Hall will offer free admission for kids ages 11 and younger, accompanied by an adult, each Sunday for the rest of February. The museum is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Sundays. Regular Hall of Fame admission rates will apply for other family members visiting the Hall of Fame.

To add to the family fun, 1919 Kitchen & Tap will also offer $5 Kids Meals for kids ages 11 and younger, accompanied by an adult, on Sundays for the rest of February. To view the menu or make a reservation, visit https://www.1919kitchenandtap.com.


 
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