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Go Inside Lambeau Field With Quicktime VR Tours


Can't make it to Lambeau Field? Want an exclusive tour? Go behind the scenes with the Green Bay Packers Quicktime VR Tours!

There you'll find an all-access pass to player facilities like the Packers locker room, weight room, training room, team meeting rooms and more.

The Quicktime VR Tour also offers a look inside the Lambeau Field bowl, both from field level and from the private box levels, including the Champions Box, the Legends Box and the Super Box.

Want to book an event at Lambeau Field? Check out the Packers' special events areas like the Legend's Room and Stadium Club, suitable for groups of 25 to 1,100.

For Packers fans, there are few places in the entire world that are cooler than Curly's Pub in the Lambeau Field Atrium. With the Quicktime VR Tours, fans can take a look inside the Packers' giant restaurant overlooking the Robert E. Harlan Plaza and the statues of Curly Lambeau and Vince Lombardi.

The new Packers Hall of Fame experience is 25,000 square feet of pure Packers adrenaline where you can see, touch and feel over 80 years of riveting history. The Quicktime VR Tour offers a sneak-peek at the 77 exhibits featuring Packers fans, the Ice Bowl, the three Super Bowl trophies, the interactive kid's area and even a re-creation of Vince Lombardi's office.

Owned and operated by the Packers, the new, two-story Packers Pro Shop is nirvana for the Packers fan of any age, with over 2,000 individual items in stock. A unique place to simply visit, the Pro Shop has a refurbished 1957 Packers Chevy pickup on display, along with authentic helmets from all 32 NFL teams and framed, authentic jerseys from some of the team's Hall of Famers.

Now you can see it all with the Quicktime VR Tours!

The Quicktime VR Tour requires Quicktime 6 or greater. If you can see the small QTVR image on that page, you may view the Tour. If you do not see the small QTVR, proceed to our Internet Tools page where you may download the Quicktime player for free.

Once you have the free Quicktime player, click on one of the images. It will open in a small popup window. Use your mouse to move the photo left, right, up or down.

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