Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame
The recently remodeled Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame is a two-story shrine devoted to sharing the illustrious history of the Green Bay Packers with the players, coaches, and fans who have been part of the story since the beginning. It is located inside the Lambeau Field Atrium near 1919 Kitchen & Tap.
The Hall of Fame makes for a great addition to the Lambeau Field Stadium Tours. After seeing a behind the scenes look around the stadium, walk through the Hall of Fame museum to learn about and see the history that built the sacred grounds of Lambeau.
Priceless memorabilia that helped form the Green Bay Packers are on display for all to admire. Sit at the desk of Curly Lambeau in a replica set-up of his office. Stand in the trophy room surrounded by every one of the trophies that crowned the Packers as World Champions 13 different times since 1919. Walk down a hall of historical players’ uniforms and personal belongings, each accompanied with their own audio story. Watch historical film footage documenting the Packers in a movie theatre setting. There is no shortage of anything Packers in the Hall of Fame. This is a must-see for Cheeseheads and all football fans alike.
Monday – Saturday 9:00am – 6:00pm
Sunday 10:00am – 5:00pm
Hours can vary during the football season