Located in the historic Third Ward in the heart of old Green Bay, the picturesque courtyard at the Birthplace Home of Curly Lambeau is available for parties, meetings and other informal gatherings. The soft, decorative courtyard lighting provides a cozy atmosphere for evening functions as well as daytime use.
The large outdoor grill can be utilized at no additional charge. The indoor kitchen, oven and stove are also available as needed. Preferred vendors are available for chairs, tents, tables and other amenities. Catering recommendations can also be furnished upon request. We are also happy to assist you in selecting any musical accommodations to facilitate your use of the premises.
The partially completed inside of Curly’s birthplace home is also available on a limited basis for overnight stays. The inside of the home is in the process of being restored, and is partially completed at this time. A large cable television is also available, as well as other customary amenities. The second floor of the home consists of an expansive and partially furnished bedroom containing two twin beds. Through the upstairs window you can view the classical front facade and courtyard of historic Nicolet School.
Curly’s birthplace home is ideal for pre-game parties and/or weekend occupancy on Green Bay Packer home game weekends as well as other certain weekends. Several excellent dining establishments are within easy walking distance. Curly’s birthplace home is also an ideal location for birthday parties, holiday parties and other gatherings.
All monies raised are utilized to maintain the Birthplace Home of Curly Lambeau and to support Nicolet School. Thus far over $50,000 has been raised and distributed to assist various at-risk programs at Nicolet School.
If you are a native of Green Bay, the Birthplace Home of Curly Lambeau is the ideal place to hold your next function or party. If you are not a native of the area, consider spending an evening or an entire Packer weekend at the place where it all began – the Birthplace Home of Curly Lambeau.