Lambeau Field, Titletown Keeping Covid-19 Measures in Place
April 05, 2021
Though no statewide mask mandate is in place, Lambeau Field and Titletown will continue to require guests to wear face coverings.
While the statewide mask mandate is no longer in place in Wisconsin, the Green Bay Packers will keep the organization’s current COVID-19 measures in place for guests, visitors and employees upon recommendation of medical experts and public health officials.
Lambeau Field will continue to require masks for guests visiting the Lambeau Field Atrium and will keep other measures in place to help keep visitors safe, such as social distancing requirements, enhanced cleaning and disinfecting procedures, as well as other precautions that have been implemented in recent months.
Team-run public activities in Titletown, including the playground, 46 Below and the Turn, are open for guests and in-person activities with limitations and social distancing guidelines. Masks are required to be worn indoors at Titletown. For more information, visit titletown.com.
These measures will remain in place until recommendations from public health officials change.
Lambeau Field, Titletown and Delaware North staff are committed to making the necessary adjustments in order to conduct everyday operations and events in as safe a manner as possible and in the best interest of guests. Preparations for events are being made with the latest advice of medical and public health officials.
Lambeau Field Atrium businesses are open with protocols in place to help keep visitors and fans safe. The Packers Hall of Fame, Packers Pro Shop and 1919 Kitchen & Tap are open, and may have adjusted hours. Lambeau Field Viewing Tours are also available as traditional stadium tours remain suspended at this time. For more information about Atrium hours, visit packers.com/lambeau-field/hours-of-operation.