The Green Bay Packers recently built one of the coolest additions to complement a stadium in the history of the NFL. Located next to beautiful Lambeau Field is the Titletown District. The Titletown District is a wonderful place where you can go to attempt to show yourself ‘you still got it’ by playing football against teenagers, only to leave feeling bad about yourself after being schooled in football by kids half your age (that was my first experience with the Titletown District haha). Along with destroying your self-esteem, the Titletown District offers a wide variety of budget friendly things to do with the whole family.
What to expect:
Honestly, I think the Titletown District is one of the best additions to the area in quite a while. It offers so much to people who come to the area without really breaking the bank. There’s a snow hill, ice skating rink, playground, football field, 40-yard dash, and other events/games you can play. The prices for tubing range anywhere from $3 – 12 per person depending on if you want to do it once or all day, and which day you go. Ice skating can vary between $2 – 9 per person, once again depending on which day you go, with rentals being available at a small price. They do offer family and group packages as well, which can help on the budget.
Check out the prices for the sledding hill here
Check out the prices for the ice skating rink here
What I really like about this addition is the bonds it’ll create with kids in the community. The amount of friendships that will be created due to the pickup games of football at their full-sized field will be really awesome. I honestly can’t think of anything negative about the Titletown District, I love what they did with the space and the benefits it offers to the community. You have to check this one out when you’re in town.
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