8. Lambeau Field (Packers)
You’ve heard the stories and seen it on TV, but there’s no substitute for visiting Lambeau Field in person. To be fair, the stadium opened in 1957 and doesn’t have many of the modern amenities that most NFL stadiums offer fans. Tickets are also quite expensive, especially when you consider the lack of amenities. Plus, there’s not exactly a vibrant downtown area around the stadium.
But the history the stadium offers and the passion Packers fans bring to every game makes up for a lot of what’s missing. In other words, this is a stadium that has immense character. Also, for what it’s worth, the beer selection at Lambeau Field is something to behold. That’s worth a lot, right?