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Renovated Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame is officially open to the public

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GREEN BAY, Wisconsin — The renovated Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame is officially open to the public.

WITI-TV reports (http://bit.ly/1MFtEmR0 ) the new Hall of Fame is 15,000 square feet spread across two levels and features nine galleries in the Lambeau Field atrium.

It incorporates new technology and interactive displays to allow fans to look back at the Packers' achievements in history while celebrating the team today.

The team's president and chief executive officer, Mark Murphy, says he thinks their Hall of Fame is better than the sports Flagship Hall of Fame in Ohio.

Exhibits include tributes to all 23 Packers in the Pro Football Hall of Fame and 154 members of the Packers Hall of Fame.

It had been closed since November 2014 to undergo renovations.

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