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Lambeau Field Named Sixth Top Stadium Destination in North America

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Lambeau Field Named Sixth Top Stadium Destination in North America

According to the website "Stadium Journey," who has reviewed over 2000 stadium experiences worldwide, Lambeau Field comes in #6 across all of North America and #2 in the NFL. Only Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis topped Lambeau Field.

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D.D. Driver's picture

Hmmmm....Lucas Oil Stadium? Okay. And then you have to watch the Clots?

TommyG's picture

I don’t understand that being anywhere near the top 10.

Bearmeat's picture

It's a nice stadium, and downtown Indy is great. But still, it's nowhere near Lambeau.

holmesmd's picture

Most of the places before GB are nostalgic places but certainly don’t have near the infrastructure and amenities that Lambeau has! Just sayin

TommyG's picture

I would say that Lambeau fits in with the nostalgic vibe as well. Lambeau also has the benefit of packer-land surrounding it. Fenway certainly belongs up there; Camden and Wrigley as well. I don’t get how the modern or new stadiums fit in there at all.

Since '61's picture

After the original Yankee Stadium, which was renovated in 1973-74, Lambeau has become my favorite sports venue. Regrettably I have not been there since the 2014 season.

Hope to return in 2018 or 2019 if my schedule allows.
Otherwise by 2020, since I will be fully retired by then.

Thanks, Since '61

marpag1's picture

And apparently, Yankee stadium did not make the top 100 in this list? Bizarre.

Tundraboy's picture

That's just absurd. Even for the new House that Ruth built. Old Stadium was like the Coliseum. I remember between double header games, switching our seats and going all the way up to the very last row in the third deck. Wooden seats we used in a group, raising them up and down for added noise. No wave needed.

Since '61's picture

The old stadium is gone completely. New stadium was opened across the street in 2009. I don't why it wasn't kept as a museum, probably too expensive to maintain safely.

The new stadium is nice with lots of amenities for the fans but the feel is just not the same for me. Price of progress. Thanks, Since '61

Nick Perry's picture

LOL....Hard to get the "Same Feel" at a ballpark that sells Sushi right Since '61

marpag1's picture

Fair enough, but what is the "feel" of Lucas Oil???? I understand of course that Yankee stadium is not historic .... But not in the list of ONE HUNDRED?

PackfanNY's picture

Not bizarre at all. New YS is antiseptic. Heck, Citifield in Queens is a much nicer baseball stadium.

worztik's picture

I’m surprised that with all the soccer weenies out there that their stadiums aren’t #s 1-500!!! Lambeau 6 time’s a year, rain or shine, (prefer shine!) is great for me and my wife! Only had to be on waiting list for 36 years to get the tix... well worth it and things will be getting better, as well!!!!! ;-)

worztik's picture

Times... sorry

Coldworld's picture

I’d say Lambeau deserves to be up there, but can someone explain why Lucas Oil is? The list doesn’t leave me any the wiser.

Tundraboy's picture

Both my Son's Marching Band's consider Lucas Oil and Giant's Stadium the top!

Nick Perry's picture

At least Jerry's World is waaaay down the list at #35.

D.D. Driver's picture

I went to Jerry World once (Wisconsin/Alabama). I was really excited to see the stadium, but was actually pretty underwhelmed. It was super generic. We had to had to walk down narrow cinder block hallways to get to our seats. The whole thing was just kind of blah. Huge and boring.

Nick Perry's picture

Interesting. The way some talk about it you'd think it's the 8th wonder of the world. I'll be hoping to be around still to see my Packers play in the new Rams Stadium once that's completed but it won't be for 8 years. The Packers play in Los Angeles but at the Coliseum in 2018 so it will be another 8 years before seeing in the new Stadium.

egbertsouse's picture

Wrigley and Fenway are hands down No.1 and 2. I also have no argument with Camden Yard, but Lucas Oil?

And I love Wrigley even though I hate the Cubs, I’m a die-hard Cardinals fan.

PackfanNY's picture

Fenway is great to "watch" a game. Seats are UNCOMFORTABLE as hell. Most are narrower than modern stadiums I believe.

DD's picture

Lambeau is by far the number one stadium; wish our team was this year..Colts venue? For what? There's no history or anything there. Might as well include the vikings big top tent too. Lmao!!

gmeyers1's picture

Wrigley field has tons of nostalgia and it's a dump in a bad neighborhood.

jpackboz's picture

Visiting Lambeau is always a special event. The farther away one lives the rarer the visit and therefore the more special. Or so it seems to one who lives 1200ish miles away. Is a Draft party planned there for this years draft?

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