Getting to Green Bay
There is one international airport, Green Bay Austin Straubel International Airport, which is 3.3 miles away from Lambeau Field. There are no direct flights from New Orleans to Green Bay, so connecting flights will be required.
For public transportation from the airport, renatl cars, taxis, ride sharing services such as Uber and Lyft, limousine services, and shuttles are all offered from GRB. For more info, visit the GRB website.
If you prefer driving, New Orleans to Green Bay will take you approximately 17 hours.
Getting to Lambeau Field
On gamedays, the Green Bay Metro bus service offers specialized routes and fares. Start times may shift due to NFL Flexible Scheduling. Depending on game time, these are the tentative bus times. Buses begin departing at the end of the game and run approximately every 30 minutes:
- Pre-Game: 1/2 hour service with first bus departs at 8:00am and last bus departs at 11:00am
- Post Game: Last bus departs at 4:30pm
- Pre-Game: 1/2 hour service with first bus departs at 11:30am and last bus departs at 2:30pm.
- Post Game: Last bus departs Lambeau Field at 8:00pm.
- Pre-Game: 1/2 hour service with first bus depart at 3:30pm and last bus departs at 6:30pm
- Post Game: Last bus departs Lambeau Field at 11:45pm.
For more information, visit the Metro website.
Parking at Lambeau Field
The Lambeau Field parking lot is sold out to season ticket holders. Most brokers sell stadium parking passes at premium prices. The stadium parking lots open 4 hours prior to kickoff. Ample parking is available throughout the stadium area. Typically, parking on the east side is preferred – as most of the bars, restaurants and tailgate parties are located east of Lambeau Field. Many area businesses and residents sell parking in their lots and on lawns and driveways. Typically, you can expect to pay from $20 to $40 depending on the distance from Lambeau Field. Tailgating is allowed in the stadium parking lot. If you plan to tailgate in another lot, please check in advance to make sure it is allowed. For more info, visit the Packers website.
Tailgating is allowed in Lambeau Field lots, but not in Titletown lots. If tailgating in a Lambeau Field lot, your tailgating set-up must be contained within the 9x6 foot space directly behind your parked vehicle to allow adequate room for vehicular and pedestrian traffic. No recreational wood fires are allowed, nor are turkey fryers. Grill cooking with charcoal or propane gas is permitted. Grills must be supervised at all times by a responsible adult and be fully extinguished before being left unattended. Separate containers are available in the lots for hot coals, recyclable items and trash. The Fan Code of Conduct applies to all individuals tailgating in any Lambeau Field parking lot. Tailgating setup must be broken down before leaving your vehicle. Tailgating is not permitted after kickoff.