GREEN BAY, Wis. — Dozens of dads chose to spend their Father's Day at Lambeau Field. For some it was the first time they'd ever stepped foot there.
"My kids are like, we need to go and you need to get your gear on," said father Brett Goldstein.
For others, it's a familiar place with a lot of meaning.
"My daughter took her first steps at the Titletown Village just feet away from here, so this means a lot to our family," said father Jordan Antinoja.
Fathers spent time with their kids taking pictures practicing their "Lambeau Leap," marveling at the giant "Lombardi Trophy," playing catch in the atrium and going on tours of Lambeau. The Packers also had some specials going on for dads to take advantage of like free admission to the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame, 15% off of gear at the Packers Pro Shop and a free beer with the purchase of a meal at 1919 Kitchen and Tap.
Dads tell us they have the best job in the world and it was nice to feel the appreciation. They say spending the day at Lambeau making memories with their kids is something they will never forget.