Looking for a way to spend the extra holiday hours?
The Green Bay Packers stadium tour offers a behind the scenes look that all fans can enjoy. Lambeau Field's rich history coupled with its exciting atmosphere certainly is a treat for fans of all ages.
Fans should note, however, that during the holidays the Packers have had an extraordinarily high volume of traffic through the Atrium -- traffic so high that on some days, all tours of the stadium have been known to be sold out by noon.
"Our message to the fans is to get here early," guest relations representative Sindi Sanders said. "We've had to turn so many people away disappointed. And we don't like to do that."
Tickets for the tours of Lambeau Field, which must be purchased in person, go on sale at 9:30 a.m., in the Lambeau Field Atrium on the weekends and in the Packers Hall of Fame on weekdays.
Tours of the stadium begin at regular intervals between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. on most days and go for as long as one hour, just enough time for fans to savor the experience of the most storied venue in professional football.
The Green Bay Packers would like to thank you for sharing in their great tradition and hope that you continue to enjoy the tours. Please remember that in order to take part in this experience you must purchase a ticket very early on the day of the desired tour.
For more information on the Lambeau Field Tours, click here or call 920-569-7513.