Titletown District welcomes fans to Lambeau Field
GREEN BAY, Wis. — The new Titletown District will be welcoming fans before the Packers game at Lambeau Field Thursday night.
Titletown opened earlier this month and features a brewery, sports and medical clinic, and a park.
The 10 acres of parkland includes a snow tubing hill, a playground, a 40-yard dash element, and a football field that has infill from Nike Grind, which is made from recycled Nike shoes.
Fans can also play outdoor ping pong, foosball, and shuffleboard, or attend free yoga ballroom and boot camp classes.
The park will soon feature an ice skating rink, slated to open in November 2017.
Fans are allowed to drink alcoholic beverages at the Titletown park on game day only.
Tailgating at the park is prohibited and fans cannot bring carry-in coolers or folding chairs.
The Titletown District also has the Lodge Kohler hotel, which showcases unique photos and artifacts that celebrate Packer history.
All 144 guestrooms have at least two photos highlighting memorable moments, including the first Lambeau leap and Super Bowl XXXI.
The Lodge Kohler staff worked closely with the Biever family, which served as long-time photographers for the team, to select each picture.
The hotel also teamed up with the Green Bay Hall of Fame to pick out 15 artifacts, including cleats worn by Reggie White, a Brett Favre jersey from the 2001 football season, and a clock given to Vince Lombardi.
Titletown will add more commercial spaces, residential buildings, and additional parks in the future.
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