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Lambeau Field, also known as the Frozen Tundra, is probably the most famous football field in the world because of the historic games that have been played there, such as the Ice Bowl.
All football fans, Packer fans or not, would love to make a pilgrimage to this field just to say they have witnessed a game there.
It is the only stadium in the NFL that still is fashioned in the old bowl style and after recent renovations it holds 73,128 people.
From viewing the tradition of the Lambeau Leap to the world class tailgating, it is an experience any fan will not soon forget.
If you find yourself surrounded by green and gold with the resounding chorus of "Go Pack Go!" ringing in your ears, you'll soon learn that cheering on the hometown Packers is life for the majority of Green Bay.