Big changes, temporary closings coming to Lambeau Field Atrium
The Lambeau Field Atrium. Photo: Image by Jay Sorgi
The Green Bay Packers say they are going to begin closings soon as they continue the process to revamp the Lambeau Field Atrium.
The team will close the Hall of Fame on November 18th. They'll be taking out exhibits as they move the Packers Pro Shop to that area.
The Hall of Fame will move to the atrium's first and second floor, and will open in April 2015.
The new Packers Pro Shop will stay open, but will expand and offer new entrances. It will be finished in July 2014.
Crews close the Miller Lite Gate and Harlan Plaza until July 2014 as they expand the Pro Shop.
Curly's Pub will close in February 2015 with a re-opening two months later on the first floor.
The gaming area of the pub will close, however, on Dec. 2.
Construction will also mean a revamped area for football facilities on a temporary basis.
Fans will be able to use a new east gate in summer 2014.
The project costs $140.5 million, funded through private fniancing and a loan from the NFL.