Packers Heritage Trail

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Packers Heritage Trail
Packers Heritage Trail Logo.jpg
Established November 2011
Location Green Bay, Wisconsin
Trailheads Neville Public Museum of Brown County
Use Hiking
Hiking details
Website Official website

The Packers Heritage Trail is a self-guided walking tour that traverses locations relating to the history of the Green Bay Packers. 22 of the sites have bronze commemorative plaques. 21 sites are located within a two-mile radius of downtown Green Bay.[1]

Packers Heritage Trail Plaza

Packers Heritage Trail Plaza

The Packers Heritage Trail Plaza is a public art plaza located at the northeast corner of Washington and Cherry streets in downtown Green Bay. It houses statues of pro football and Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame members Paul Hornung and Johnny "Blood" McNally, and team co-founder George Whitney Calhoun.[2]

Waypoints

City Walk

Packing Plant Spur

Lambeau-Lombardi Spur

  • "St. Norbert College & The Packers" - 505 Third St. De Pere (Plaque near Victor McCormick Hall)

Waypoint plaques

References

  1. ^ Packers Heritage Trail Official Website
  2. ^ "Packers Heritage Trail Plaza opens in downtown Green Bay", Green Bay Press-Gazette


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