Lambeau Field is located in Green Bay Wisconsin. Lambeau Field has many streets named after famous Packers like Lombardi Ave, Mice McCarthy Way, some others are Armed Forces Dr., and Stadium Dr. There is conveniently an airport about three miles away. The airport is known as the Green Bay Austin Straubel International Airport. While there there is an Amusement Park the is open until late fall. When we were there they had a deal on tickets so we were there for about 5 hours. After that we when to our hotel room most Hotels in Green Bay have a shuttle service on game day taking you to and from the stadium.
Lambeau Field is one of the most historic stadiums in NFL history. The Packers have played games nicknamed the Ice Bowl. Lambeau Field was originally called New City Stadium as the old stadium was called City Stadium. Two months after the death of Culrly Lambeau the field was renamed in his honor. Curly Lambeau is the founder of the Packers After the iconic Ice Bowl there have been changes to make the field better to play on. The Lambeau Leap is one of the most iconic celebrations by a Packer player. The leap was banned in 2000 but the players would still do
Lambeau is a truly an amassing place as it has many cool and interesting facts that you may not know about. One of these many facts is that this is the oldest NFL stadium that is in continual use. In 1957 there were 32,500 seats in Lambeau, jump ahead 48 years and there is know 81,435 seats that's a big change. The people of Green Bay Wisconsin wanted Lambeau to be more environmentally safe, so they did some remodeling. They also replaced nearly all food ware from plastic to biodegradable materials. There are a couple of monuments in Lambeau one being a 50 foot tall replica of the Lombardi trophy. There is