Lambeau Field Atrium
Key to making Lambeau Field a year-round destination venue is the 376,000-square-foot Lambeau Field Atrium, more than five stories high on the east side of the stadium.
Included within the Lambeau Field Atrium are a number of dining, entertainment and retail options for Packers fans of all ages. Free wireless internet access is available at the Atrium, too, for guests who want to use the internet while visiting a restaurant or taking part in a corporate event or meeting.
The Lambeau Field Atrium is home to:
- The Packers Pro Shop – The team store owned and operated by the Packers. If you can't find what you're looking for here, you don't bleed green and gold!
- Packers Hall of Fame – The 15,000-square foot, two-level Packers Hall of Fame. The exciting and historical galleries will appeal to visitors of all ages.
- Lambeau Field Stadium Tour – walk down the same tunnel the Packers players do on gameday and learn about the legendary history of the team and stadium.
- Guests at 1919 Kitchen & Tap can enjoy fresh and seasonal favorites; a bar with 40 beer taps featuring a wide variety of selections and an open-concept kitchen.
- Special Events – book your next meeting, reception, wedding, or social gathering in this awe-inspiring place.
Lambeau Field has transitioned to entirely cashless payment systems throughout the stadium on gamedays and non-gamedays. This transition affects food and beverage stands, the Packers Pro Shop, the ticket office, 1919 Kitchen and Tap, the Packers Hall of Fame and Stadium Tours and other points of sale throughout the building.
All Packers-operated businesses at Titletown (46 Below, The Turn, Ariens Hill) also are now cashless. Private businesses at Titletown, including Lodge Kohler, Hinterland and Bellin Health, will not be affected by this change.
Fans should note that parking on gamedays will still be cash-only for the playoff game.
The shift to cashless builds upon recent updates to Lambeau Field's point-of-sale systems and renovations to the concourses and concession stands, all aimed at enhancing the Lambeau Field fan experience. Originally planned to take place over the next few seasons, the transition to cashless points of sale was expedited in order for the Packers to introduce it this year as the COVID-19 pandemic continues.
Changing to cashless will allow for increased efficiency and transaction speeds, shorter lines and less contact between guests and staff.
Fans, guests and visitors can use traditional credit/debit card payment methods, as well as a variety of contactless payment solutions such as Mastercard Nearby Mobile App, Apple Pay, Google Pay and tap-and-go credit cards. More mobile payment solutions will be introduced in future seasons. Checks will not be accepted.
Those who do not use credit or bank cards may use free cash-to-card conversion stations, which issue payment cards that can be used at Lambeau Field, as well as at other retailers, restaurants and businesses outside the stadium where Mastercard is accepted. Fans can load between $5 and $500 on the cards and funds will be available to users for five years from the last date money was loaded on the card. Conversion stations will be available at various locations at Lambeau Field and Titletown on gamedays and in the Atrium on non-gamedays.
For home Packers games, the Atrium is open to game ticketed guests only during specific hours.
GAMEDAY TICKET POLICY
All individuals, regardless of age (babies included), must have a ticket to enter Lambeau Field on gameday. If you and your child become separated, please contact the nearest security personnel. While we understand that other venues may have different ticket policies for children, the unique seating area inside Lambeau Field, with its bleachers and tighter configurations common in 1957 when it was constructed, make it necessary to have our policy. Even a small child on a lap would make a row impassable for other patrons to efficiently and safely get to and from their seats during the course of a game. We thank you for your understanding.
HOURS OF OPERATION
Please refer to Lambeau Field's hours of operation
See Lambeau Field's hours of operation for the 2022-23 holidays.
LOST & FOUND
To report a lost item on non-gamedays please complete the online form, call (920) 569-7563 or visit the main Atrium Guest Services desk. The Atrium desk is currently staffed daily from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.
On gamedays, lost and found items can be turned in or reported to one of the Fan Assistance booths located underneath section 109 on the main concourse (level 1), underneath section 353 on the upper concourse (level 3) or to any gameday employee wearing red. Additional locations for assistance include all five of the concierge desk locations for our Premium Seating ticket holders.
Due to new COVID-19 guidelines, valuable items will only be kept for 48 hours and non-valuable items will only be kept for 24 hours.Items not claimed will be appropriately disposed of or donated.
The Green Bay Packers are not responsible for any lost, stolen or damaged items.
We offer nursing rooms for comfort and privacy located in the main Atrium (year round) and fourth floor club level (gameday and private events). In addition the family restrooms are good locations for nursing mothers and guests with special needs. Outlets and chairs are available in these restrooms.
Lambeau Field is a smoke-free facility as required by Wisconsin State Law. This includes the Lambeau Field Atrium, stadium bowl and concourses. There are no designated smoking areas inside Lambeau Field, nor is exit and re-entry permitted for smoking. This policy also applies to smokeless and electronic cigarettes – they are not permitted. Guests who fail to comply with this policy may be ejected or subject to a fine.