flowers in front of Lambeau Field


When is Titletown open?

The park is open from 7 a.m.-10 p.m. daily. The Playground + Football Field are open from 8 a.m.-9 p.m., weather permitting. For more specific hours for other establishments at Titletown, please visit our hours page

What can I do at Titletown?

So many things! Check out our calendar of events.

Are gift cards available at Titletown? 

Yes! Gift certificates can be purchased at 46 Below during regular hours of operation in increments of $10, $25 and $50. They can be used for purchases at 46 Below, Titletown portable or for tubing + skating. 

How can I host an event or reserve space at Titletown?

A list of current rentable spaces can be found here. Please complete the event interest form if you would like to reserve space at Titletown for an event.

What about children’s birthday parties?

Titletown does not reserve space on the Plaza, Playground or the Football Field. Tables and chairs are available throughout Titletown on a first come first serve basis. Opening of presents and personal reserving of tables and chairs are not permitted.

We encourage all guests/groups to utilize Titletown facilities, including the Playground and Football Field, during open hours without an expectation of reserved space. Food deliveries, outside catering and large potlucks or picnics are prohibited. Please enjoy meals, cake and ice cream before visiting Titletown, or visit one of our great restaurants located in Titletown.

What do I need to know about planning a school or daycare field trip to Titletown?

Titletown welcomes groups to play in the park and enjoy the outdoors while respectfully sharing the space with others. Please note:
Titletown does not allow any outside catering, food deliveries, coolers or carry-in lunches into the park. Please consume bagged lunches prior to visiting Titletown.
46 Below, a café located in the park, offers a variety of food and beverage options for guests. 
We recommend groups traveling by bus enter the Titletown parking lot off of Lombardi Avenue and drop off kids at the park entrance near The Turn. Buses are requested to park in the west end of the parking lot (closest to Marlee Lane).
The football field, playground and game courts cannot be rented for private use. All spaces must be shared with other visitors.
Please see park rules for more details.

Where can I park if I want to visit Titletown?

Visitors to Titletown can find parking in the lot on the north side of the development adjacent to Lombardi Avenue. Overflow parking on non-gamedays can be found across South Ridge Road in the Lambeau Field parking lot.

The Titletown parking lot off of Lombardi Avenue will open for paid parking each Packers home game; however, guests parking at the Titletown parking lot will not be permitted to tailgate in the lot.

Can I bring in food?

Food deliveries, outside catering and large potlucks or picnics are prohibited. Titletown features an onsite café, 46 Below, which offers a variety of food and beverage options for guests.

What happens at Titletown if the weather is bad?

Safety is our main concern. Any severe weather or storms will be monitored closely. If the park must close, updates will be issued via Titletown’s social media accounts and

Can I bring my pet to Titletown?

Pets are welcome at Titletown, but all pets must be leashed and remain on walking paths. Owners are responsible for cleaning up after their pets and keeping them from “watering” vegetation.

Do you take book donations?

We are unable to accept book donations for our Reading Room.

What is the Microsoft, Packers and Titletown venture?

TitletownTech, along with Microsoft, aims to drive economic growth + job creation and bring world-class digital innovations and expertise to Green Bay. For more information, visit

Can I rent office space in Titletown?

To inquire, please email

Can I live in Titletown?

Yes! Located just steps from Lambeau Field, TitletownHomes combines timeless architecture, modern interiors and sweeping views of Titletown. These legendary, for sale townhomes are thoughtfully designed for everyday living as well as gameday gatherings. 

TitletownFlats, the apartment building on the west side of Titletown, is now leasing a variety of apartment units. TitletownFlats is a seven-story apartment building featuring 152 high-end units, ranging in size from studio to three-bedroom flats. Residents will enjoy exceptional access to deluxe amenities inside and outside the building, with the vibrant Titletown community and its daily activities and frequent events all year round right at their doorstep.

Can my business be a part of Titletown?

If your business or organization would like to be a part of Titletown, we would love to hear from you. Please contact Titletown at

Can I work at Titletown?

Yes, you can! Several part-time positions are open for those looking to become a part of Titletown. For Titletown park attendant openings, please visit Delaware North, Titletown’s food and beverage partner, are hiring for dining and event staff positions. We’re looking for people to be a part of creating one-of-a-kind experiences at the 46 Below bistro and Titletown private events. To apply, please visit

What’s next for Titletown?

Lots more fun and exciting activities – with plenty of additional development! Visit for the latest news.

Who takes care of Titletown?

Titletown Development, an affiliate of the Green Bay Packers, manages and maintains Titletown.

How do I stay up-to-date with everything at Titletown?

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What is Ariens Hill used for during the summer?

Ariens Hill can be used for lounging and relaxing. Some programming will also take place on Ariens Hill, including Drinks with a View, Movies at Titletown, and select fitness classes. 

 How does tubing on Ariens Hill work?

When Ariens Hill is open for tubing, guests can purchase a pass to tube on Ariens Hill. Those using Ariens Hill must use tubes provided by Titletown; personal tubes and sleds are prohibited. A conveyor belt will carry the tubes up the hill. Guests can get to the top by taking the stairs or the elevator, located near 46 Below. More information can be found here.

How does ice skating work?

When ice skating is open, guests will need to purchase a pass for ice skating and may bring their own skates or rent a pair from Titletown. More information can be found here.

What is Community Night?

Community Night offers guests the opportunity to ice skate and tube at a discounted rate. It is offered on select Mondays during the winter season and open to all guests.