Wednesday, August 03, 2011

A Hall of Fame Visit

This morning, we visited the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame at Lambeau Field. We thought you might like to take a look inside with us as well.

Here’s the view going down the stairway to the Hall. It is rumored that the Hall may be moving to the main level with a new Packers Pro Shop being built on the stadium’s East side.

Here’s the entrance to the Packers Hall of Fame.

We’ll show you various parts of the Hall. This collage graphic is outside the “Green Bay Packers Theater.”

A telegram from President John F. Kennedy.

This theater has a short presentation on the history of the Packers.

The Hall presents the history of the franchise chronologically, more or less.

The Lambeau years.

The Packers of long ago.

The “Ice Bowl” display with life-size figures of the key players of the Bart Starr QB sneak that won the game.

The Lombardi glory years.

Some great memorabilia, if you’re like us and are fascinated by such things.

Game ball... Super Bowl I.

Game ball... Super Bowl II.

A re-creation of Vince Lombardi’s office.

Some of the awards and things from Lombardi’s years in Green Bay.

Bart Starr’s rings from the 1965-1967 N.F.L. championships.

A close-up of the rings.

Playoff jerseys from the 2010 championship season.

The George Halas N.F.C. Championship trophy for beating the Bears in January 2011.

Aaron Rodgers’ Super Bowl XLV helmet.

The history continues past the Lombardi Era.

“Lockers” of all the Packers in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio.

Ray Nitschke’s helmet.

A Packers’ training room, with classic equipment.

The evolution of football equipment.

The Packers of the 1996 Super Bowl XXXI championship.

The Packers of today.

More 1990’s Holmgren-era Packers.

Here they are... the Green Bay Packers’ four Super Bowl Lombardi Trophies. That’s four more than the Vikings and Lions, and three more than the Bears.

The Super Bowl XLV Lombardi Trophy.

The trophies reside in a special room — the actual “Hall of Fame” — with all of the plaques of those enshrined in this special place.

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