Trip to Titletown-Doing the Lambeau Leap in Green Bay!

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We were bound for Titletown!   We left Algoma at 12:45 and headed to Green Bay for the last pre-season game that was to begin at 6 PM.  My husband’s family owns season tickets, pased down from his late father.  We are big Packer fans.

Bridge to Green Bay

Bridge to Green Bay

It was so exciting to be there, Lambeau Field is BIG, they underwent some renovations not too many years ago. They have been adding more seats as well. This is a drive-by shot. We found are big fans also of free parking so we found a spot in a nearby neighborhood not too far from the stadium.

Lambeau Field

Lambeau Field

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Lombardi neighborhood 🙂

We began our walk to the stadium, Packer worship was quite evident, more here than anywhere else in WI.

Packer Gated Shrine

Packer Gated Shrine in Yard from tree

Packer Party

Packer Party

We were with a large crowd of people heading to the stadium..

Lambeau outside

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Coach Lombardi statue

Coach Lombardi statue

The excitement was high as we were admitted into the Atrium. it is HUGE! Here is a view from the 3rd floor.

Atrium

Atrium

We found our seats, it had a great view of the field and one of the screens.

Cheerleaders

Cheerleaders

The game began with a large Packer Flag and the National Anthem.

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We really had fun at the game, being there is far different than watching it on TV, so real!

92 Degrees

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Our favorite part of the game was a photo with “St. Lombardi”, a big fan present at nearly every game who has a cool Bishop-like costume adorned in Packer regalia. Our “crazy character” picture of the month.

St. Lombardi

St. Lombardi

What a great day, Go Pack Go!

7 thoughts on “Trip to Titletown-Doing the Lambeau Leap in Green Bay!

  1. Laurie, I really loved this. I’ve never been to a Packer game nor have I seen the stadium so this was very interesting to me. I’m so glad you got to see it and took such great pictures.

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