Lambeau Field is amazing, awe inspiring, legendary....blah blah blah. I could go on forever. If you're a football fan, you know the history behind this stadium. In Wisconsin, it's practically a place of worship. The Packers organization has definitely done something right. They've kept one of sports most historical arenas and kept it in tact, all while adding more and more amenities to it. There's nothing like sitting in the bleachers at Lambeau Field in December all bundled up and then hearing the stadium EXPLODE when Favre steps on to the field or the Pack scores. It's some place I think every football fan should go to once in their life. Splurge and get a ticket for a game and experience the best hte NFL has to offer!!!!!
Also, the Packers Hall of Fame (located inside/below the stadium) is also a must see if you have the time to do it.
I've never seen a sea of so much yellow & green...and hunter orange! I loved it!! The entire experience was great. We had great seats, although they were rather close quarters, we made some friends. It was great to see them win...I can't wait to go back again!
Of course the Badgers won, they truly outskated the Buckeyes at the Frozen Tundra game. I loved the way Lambeau Field put this all together and it was my FIRST visit to Lambeau Field (not being a true footbal fan) But Hockey, yeahhh thats great. Its been a few years since I watched a hockey game with the blue sky above, allbeit I have always been closer to the rink boards..hahahaaa I am originally from Edmonton, Alberta where I have had plenty of opportunity to see the Stanley Cup, but seeing it here was very comforting - some people in Wisconsin (apparantly quite a few) do watch Hockey... back to topic..hats off to staff at Lambeau Field for pulling this off - it was well done.
I finally went to my first Packer game on December 11, 2005. It was COLD! I think the game time temp was about 7 degrees. I got the tickets from one of the sales staff at work who got it from one of his stops.We got excellent seats. We (my kid bro and I) were in the sixth row in the North end zone. And we had a blast. I will never forget the feeling when we walked from the concourse into the stadium. I had butterflies and goose bumps. I haven't felt like a kid in such a long time, it was amazing. BTW The Packers actually won in OT!
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