The Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame raises awareness on the historical information about the football team to the Green Bay community and the state of Wisconsin. The Hall encompass a 25,000-square foot area and it is full with sports mementos, artifacts, videos, Super Bowl trophies, uniforms, and a re-creation of Vince Lombardi?s office. The Hall is always updated with new exhibits from contributors.
The Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame is open to the public for a nominal fee except for children ages 5 and below. The Hall operates on non-game days every day but is limited only to game ticketed guests for specific hours during game days. The Hall is closed during national holidays, such as Easter and Thanksgiving. The opening hours may also change based on the NFL scheduling.
The Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame also offers guided tours for bigger groups ? especially to 20 or more people. Reservations can be made for private viewing of the Hall of Fame or the Stadium. Groups are advised to book reservations one year prior to the date of the visit due to the influx of visitors each year.
The children within the community are given the chance to take part of any of the organization?s programs and activities. For instance, the Scout Patch program is available to Boy and Girl Scout groups where the kids can join the scavenger hunt or complete an educational guidebook. The children are awarded with exclusive Packers helmet patch which can be added to their uniform. Another program, which is the Sleepover program, is open for children in grades 1-8. During the course of the program, the children will receive a guided stadium tour, snacks, a Packers souvenir patch and an official certificate of the program.
The Green Bay Packers Hall is an independent, non-profit organization that gives a huge contribution to the society by preserving the history of the Green Bay?s football team.
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