Best Seat in the House

Lambeau Field for football


City: Green Bay, Wisconsin

Opened: 1957

Capacity: 73,128

Cost: $960,000



This “frozen tundra” is home to the most storied franchise in the NFL, the Green Bay Packers, the greatest coach of all-time, Vince Lombardi, and the biggest flip-flopper in sports, Bret Farve. It also played host to the most grueling game in NFL history, the infamous Ice Bowl, where the Packers faced off with the Cowboys in temperatures of -15 F and on a field that was completely frozen over.


Reason to Go:

Mainly the history, or if you really want to test your manhood by trying to wear nothing but body paint in the snow of Green Bay. But I don’t suggest risking your life. I recommend sitting down behind the end zones for a chance to be part of the Lambeau Leap, and fully dressed would be appropriate.