Packers extend Lambeau Field, Titletown closures until May 26
Following the extension of the “Safer at Home” Emergency Order from Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers’ office, the Green Bay Packers extended the closures of its businesses to the public until May 26 when the order expires, or until a superseding order is issued, to help minimize the spread of the pandemic, COVID-19.
The closure applies to all Lambeau Field Atrium businesses, including the Packers Pro Shop, Packers Hall of Fame and 1919 Kitchen & Tap, as well as all team-run public activities in Titletown, including the playground and 46 Below, as well as The Turn.
The organization will continue to monitor the situation and reassess conditions as needed.
Lambeau Field and Titletown will only have essential personnel in place for non-public operations of the facilities, and the majority of other Packers personnel will continue to work remotely as duties permit.
Lambeau Field events, Hall of Fame and Stadium Tours staff will be contacting businesses and organizations that have events and tours scheduled during the time of the closures to discuss arrangements.
Other Titletown businesses may be open or operating in various capacities; please inquire with individual businesses for more information.
During the time Lambeau Field and Titletown are closed, fans may still connect with the Packers in a variety of ways, including with the Packers Hall of Fame virtual history programming, which is available on-demand at packershofandtours.com. Titletown is also offering a variety of virtual daily activities for all ages, from fitness recommendations to fun family projects, listed at titletown.com/events/calendar. Additionally, the Packers Pro Shop is still accepting and fulfilling orders online at PackersProShop.com.