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Community Stories

Community Stories

Located in the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame.

This exhibit is now open in the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame and is accessible to anyone who purchases admission for the Packers Hall of Fame.​

 

This exhibit tells the story of the strong bond between the Packers and the community they represent.  Starting in the late 1920s and well into the 1960s, most players lived downtown or nearby and were everywhere to be seen by fans who might have idolized them but also gave them their space. More recently, the connection between town and team can be seen through the charitable work of both the players and the organization.  This exhibit features Packers' hang-outs and the communities' commitment to support the team. 

 

 

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Admit One

Located in the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame.

This exhibit is now open in the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame and is accessible to anyone who purchases admission for the Packers Hall of Fame.​

 

This exhibit shares the story about how the Packers have been the hot ticket in Green Bay for over a century, dating back to their first professional league game and continuing today at Lambeau Field. 

The exhibit details the history of Packers tickets being sold at various locations, including the Green Bay Press-Gazette, Legion Park and the downtown Packers office building. It also features tickets to memorable games at Lambeau Field and the history of Lambeau Field’s expansions over the years.