Lambeau Field sits along Lombardi Avenue in Green Bay, Wisconsin and stands as a monument of nearly a century of Packers' history. It was named after Curly Lambeau, the Packers' founder, as well as player and head coach.
For any avid football fan it is a necessity to at least make one pilgrimage to the historic gridiron to see Titletown's team give it their all on the legendary turf. Although if you mind the cold, you had better get tickets to a game before November rolls around or you'll find yourself shivering on the bleacher seats next to a man wearing only blaze orange and a cheesehead.
You'll still see the occasional Favre jersey or Ray Nitschke throwback, but now most Packer backers are clothing themselves with Rodgers or Matthews attire. From the military fly over to the end of the game, it is a memorable experience. Besides the exquisite tailgating and Miller Lite, here is why Lambeau Field is the best stadium in the NFL.