Green Bay might be the smallest city with a professional sports team in the United States, but that doesn’t mean they’re lacking in enthusiasm for their hometown Green Bay Packers, one of the NFL’s most legendary teams.
Everywhere you go, you’ll find examples of the team’s rich history, from monuments and restaurants to historical landmarks and new entertainment districts.
A Packers-themed visit is so much more than heading to Lambeau Field on Sunday (though that’s a must-do, too). Here’s a look at some of the sites Packers fans shouldn’t miss.
Experience the highlights of Packers history with a trip along the Packers Heritage Trail. Learn how the Green Bay Packers came to be, and follow the trail around Green Bay to explore City Stadium (the birthplace of the Packers) and more. Take a self-guided tour or enjoy the sights from a trolley.
For a deeper look at Packers history, visit the Oneida Nation Walk of Legends. This walking tour of 24 monuments honors the players and moments fundamental to the Green Bay Packers program. For the full Walk of Legends experience, begin at the unofficial starting point, at the corner of Lombardi Avenue and Oneida Street.
An NFL icon
A must-visit for every true Packers fan, Lambeau Field highlights Packers pride all year long. Pay a visit to the Packers Hall of Fame, packed with exhibits, memorabilia and trophies (including four Lombardi trophies!) to please fans of all ages, or stop by the Packers Pro Shop for an official Green Bay Packers Cheesehead.
Take a stadium tour and go behind the scenes like never before. Explore the ins and outs of Lambeau Field, and experience the thrill of walking through the players’ tunnel and out onto the field itself.
Fuel up for football
The Packers excitement doesn’t stop at dinnertime. Housed inside a 1800s-era railway station, Titletown Brewing serves brewpub fare and craft beer in a fun, casual environment. Sample a flight on their rooftop deck, or enjoy their specialty Spicy Elk Burger inside the depot.
And if you just can’t get yourself to leave the historic stadium, dine at 1919 Kitchen & Tap, located off the first floor atrium at Lambeau.
For even more Green Bay fun, check out the Titletown District. This exciting development expands the fun beyond the field—spanning 34 acres (14 hectares) right next door to Lambeau, the Titletown District is home to community events, festivals, game day activities, and year-round fun.
The Titletown District offers lodging at the four-diamond hotel, Lodge Kohler, and a variety of dining options. For outdoor fun find a sledding hill with tubing lanes, an ice skating rink, a sports field, yard games, and more. The public park features a plaza, and is the ultimate spot for fans to gather, relax, and cheer on their green and gold for years to come. Go Pack Go!
A version of this article originally appeared on TravelWisconsin.com.