Lambeau Field is home to the Green Bay Packer professional football team. The stadium hosts games, concerts and other events in Green Bay, Wisconsin. During football season, families should get tickets and tailgate with the team’s iconic fan base. The field has been home to a football team longer than any other. The Packers began playing here in 1919, when the field was still named City Stadium. It was renamed for the franchise’s founder and coach E.M. “Curly” Lambeau. Tours of the stadium are offered and bring families into the players’ tunnel, through the end zone area and into the VIP suites. There are three tours to choose from, all at different price points. Tours are offered year-round on select dates each month. Tickets start from $11 for adults, $10 for teens between 12 and 17, $10 for college students with a valid ID, and $8 for children between 6 and 11; kids 5 and under are free. Tours run between one and two hours.