Home of the Green Bay Packers
Opened in 1957 as New City Stadium, Lambeau Field was renamed after the Packer's founder Curly Lambeau in 1965. Lambeau is the oldest continually operating NFL stadium. Surprisingly, every game at Lambeau has sold out since 1960 and the waiting list is so long, some fans have to wait 30 years to get tickets.
A variety of tour options are available. Please visit for tour information.
All guests are subject to a screening using a wand upon entry.
Note: Bag and security policy listed above are for typical sporting events. Special events, concerts, and other situations may result in variation to the policy. Please check event website for any changes or variation.
Green Bay Metro offers free bus routes on game day to Lambeau Field. There are four routes, Cheesehead (Route 29), QB Sneak (Route 30), Lambeau Leap (Route 31), and Quick Slant (Route 36). There are several large lots that are accessible to these routes for off-site parking. You can catch these buses five hours before the game until three hours after the game.
You can catch a cab after games on Ridge Road on the west side of the stadium.
No ride sharing available around the stadium
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