Guests can't bring alcohol into or out of the stadium, but beer is on sale inside to guests 21 or over with a valid ID. Beer sales end at the start of the fourth quarter. Guests interested in the stadium's designated driver program can register at the kiosk in the Atrium, or at the kiosks in Sections 109 and 112 (suite and club guests can register at the 4th floor concierge desks).
Everyone needs a ticket to enter Lambeau Field.
Gameday will call windows are on the stadium's northeast side, next to the Lambeau Field Atrium, and open at 8:00 a.m. for 12:00 p.m. and 3:15 p.m. games, and at 10:00 a.m. for night games (all times Central). Windows close at halftime. To leave tickets for someone place them in an envelope marked with the full name of the person who will pick them up. Guests picking up tickets will need their photo ID.
ATMs are located in the Atrium, on the 3rd floor east concourse, on the 4th floor club level, and at the Game Day Pro Shop.
Lambeau Field can seat 79,000 guests.
All guests are subject to search, and the following items aren't allowed inside the stadium:
It's okay to bring small cameras, binoculars, and cell phones so long as they aren't in their cases. Stadium seats (cushion and back rest) not wider than 18" are also allowed.
Video cameras and still cameras with lenses longer than 12" aren't allowed, but small personal cameras are.
The following isn't tolerated at the stadium:
Guests who don't follow the rules may be ejected from Lambeau Field.
Concessions are located throughout Lambeau Field, but beer sales will end at the start of the fourth quarter.
Lambeau Field strives to accommodate guests with disabilities. Service animals are welcome.
Parking for people with disabilities is available on a first-come, first-served basis. Guests can reach the accessible parking from either Lombardi Ave. or Valley View Rd. Lots open 4 hours before kickoff. Early arrival is recommended.
A northbound lane of Ridge Rd. (on the stadium's west side) is blocked on game day to provide a safe and convenient passenger drop-off area. To get there, head north on Ridge Rd. This area is not a post-game pick up zone, so guests should arrange to be picked up elsewhere.
Gate and concourse accessibility:
The four main stadium entrance gates are accessible to all fans. There is an elevator to the left of the Oneida Nation Gate staircase. The Associated Bank Entrance (used by private box holders and members of the media) is also open to fans with disabilities.
Ramps and elevators:
There are three ramps to the upper level concourse and elevators are located near the Game Day Store on the stadium's west side, in the center of the Lambeau Field Atrium, and near the Oneida Nation Gate.
Assisted wheelchair transport:
Wheelchair transport is available for guests who need assistance getting from the gate to their section. Just ask a Lambeau Field Greeter or visit one of the Fan Assistance booths (near Sections 109 in the main concourse and 353 in the upper concourse) or the Atrium Guest Relations desk.
Wheelchair storage is offered at the Fan Assistance booths near Sections 109 and 353.
Guests who want to watch the game in their wheelchair or scooter must obtain special wheelchair and companion tickets before entering the stadium. Call 920.569.7501 for more information.
All restrooms at Lambeau Field are accessible, and family restrooms are located near Sections 109 and 134 in the main concourse, near Section 109 in the upper concourse, and by section 431 on the Associated Bank Club Level.
Guests who need medical assistance can contact the nearest security personnel or head to a First Aid Station (underneath Section 133 in the main concourse and near Section 330 in the upper concourse).
For official merchandise visit the Packers Pro Shop.
Guests who need medical assistance should contact a security officer or head to a first aid station (underneath Section 133 in the main concourse, and near Section 330 in the upper concourse).
Outside food and beverages aren't allowed.
Gates open 2 hours before kickoff. All gates are accessible to guests with disabilities.
Guests with questions or concerns should visit one of the Fan Assistance booths or contact one of the many roving Lambeau Field Ambassadors (wearing blue).
To turn in or retrieve a lost item head to one of the Fan Assistance booths or, after the game, call 920.569.7563.
Weapons aren't allowed in the stadium or parking lots.
Guests who wish to exit the stadium and then re-enter should have their ticket "exit scanned" at the northeast door of the Miller Lite Gate, but after kickoff re-entry isn't allowed.
Restrooms are accessible to all guests. There are family restrooms near Sections 109 and 134 in the main concourse, Section 109 in the upper concourse, and Section 431 on the Associated Bank Club Level.
For the 2012 season, Lambeau Field's seating capacity is 79,000.
Guests needing police assistance can head to Fan Assistance or call stadium security at 920.569.7400.
Unauthorized commercial signage isn't allowed in the stadium.
There is no smoking (even of smokeless or electronic cigarettes) inside Lambeau Field.
Here are a few things to remember about tailgating:
Will call and ticket problem windows are on the stadium's north side next to the Lambeau Field Atrium. They open at 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. games and 11:00 a.m. Central for weekend games played at 3:00 p.m. or later. For weekday evening games they open at 12:00 p.m.
Various tours at various price levels are available, and tickets are sold on a first-come, first-served basis. Call 920.569.7513 for more information. There are no tours on home game days.