GREEN BAY, WI (WTAQ) - Packers fans won’t miss out on learning about the team’s history or not get a chance to see Super Bowl trophies next year.
The Hall of Fame is moving from the Lambeau Field Atrium basement to the second floor next year, and will likely be closed for a good year.
The Neville Public Museum is in talks with the Packers to bring some of the team’s Hall of Fame artifacts, trophies and rings over when the football season is done.
The Neville will feature a rotating display of Hall of Fame items and stories.
“I think it will have a lot of interest to people, we’ll also have updates or sketches and plans on what our new Hall of Fame will look like," Packers President and CEO Mark Murphy said.
The museum has Packers displays and exhibits, while also acting as the starting point for the Packers Heritage Trail.
“The big, big goal here is to not have any unsatisfied or disappointed fans,” Neville Museum Director Rolf Johnson said, “ they come in, see a game and go 'what the Hall of Fame is not open, we wanted to see a Lombardi’; you can come down to the Neville to see one.”