1. Lambeau Leap

The Lambeau Leap is a unique tradition that others try to emulate but doesn’t hold a candle to the original. First started in 1993 by LeRoy Butler as just a simple celebration, the Lambeau Leap has turned into a long standing tradition all young football players hope to do for themselves one day. If you’re sitting in the end zone, come prepared to catch the players as they leap into your arms in celebration.

2. Packers Hall of Fame

Constantly being updated, the Packers Hall of Fame is mesmerizing. It is a non-profit organization that raises its money through various banquets and golf classics. Learn about some Lambeau lore while taking in a bit of Packers’ pride. Good for the old and the young, a truly educational experience. It has resources informing you on the venue, the community, and the state of Wisconsin.

3. Tundra Tailgate Zone

The best part about Lambeau Field is that you don’t have to leave the parking lot to start tailgating. The Tundra Tailgate Zone includes live music, Packers alumni signing autographs, game day giveaways, and prizes, and a heated tent to help warm your bones in the latter half of the season. There is BBQ, drinks, and you can even watch the game from the tent if you lack a ticket. Fans will start packing in five hours before the game to get to the Tundra Tailgate Zone.

4. Cheeseheads

If you want to get into the Packers spirit, then you need to pick up a cheesehead when attending a game at Lambeau Field. This customary Packers fan headwear made out of foam lets everyone who you’re cheering for and shows that you’re a true Packers fan.

5. Vince Lombardi Statue

The Vince Lombardi Statue, located outside of the main entrance to Lambeau Field, is a must see for all football fans. It commemorates arguably the greatest coach of all-time, so make sure to pay respect to one of all time greats during your pilgrimage to Lambeau Field.

6. Brett Favre's Steakhouse

Located near the stadium, this steakhouse serves up all you can eat premium cuts of steak, with fantastic deals for children in your company. It begins three hours before kick-off and ends a half-hour before kickoff. This leaves plenty of time to feed your belly and down some refreshments before a Packers’ victory. It’s all a part of Packers’ Fan Tours, including bus transportation for easy access to the game.

7. Packers Pro Shop

Need a bobblehead of your favorite player, look no further than the Pro Shop. Authentic NFL gear, plaques, trading cards, cheeseheads, and all Packers related merchandise can be found here.

8. Stadium View Sports Bar and Grill and Banquet Hall

If you can fit the title of this restaurant into your mouth, you can also put some good food in there, too. This happening place offers room reservations for private parties and get-togethers. They open two hours before kick-off on the legendary Holmgren Way.

9. Go Pack Go!

While many celebrities have made Lambeau Field famous with their hit songs and performances on the game day, the lyric the fans chant are, “Go Pack Go!” This is done to the beat of the drum core during opponent’s offensive plays to drown out their play calling ability and any audible. You don’t have to be on the field to be a playmaker and change the course of the game, as you can make a difference from the stands by taking part in the “Go Pack Go!” chant.

10. Curly Lambeau Statue

In addition to having a statue commemorating the greatest coach in franchise history, the Packers also have one commemorating franchise founder Curly Lambeau. Stop by and snag a picture with this statue of the man who started it all in Green Bay.

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