Lambeau Field's recent $55 million renovation included decorating the walls with 500 new pieces of art.
The pieces grace the walls of the club and suite levels.
"The photos are really cool in the fact that some of them have never been seen," said Packers Director of Ticketing and Premium Seating Jason McDonough.
From photos, to mixed media, to paintings -- all tell the storied past of the Green Bay Packers.
"One of the personal favorites of mine is the 1929 championship game where Packers players came back to Green Bay on a train," said Joan Malcheski, Packers director of brand and marketing.
Malcheski said no photos exist of the event, so the artist worked with the team historian to come up with an interpretation of what the scene must have looked like.
"(The artist) went to look at the train depot and also looked at the style of clothing."
Event the most diehard Packers fan will see something new.
"We're trying to stump fans and give them something they haven't seen before," Malcheski said.
There are 19 artists in all, and nine have ties to Wisconsin.
Malcheski can't wait to hear feedback from Packers fans, "We tried to showcase women as much as we could as a theme as well as the general fan and shareholder. So we really look forward to hearing people's feedback."
On game days only suite and club seat ticketholders can see the art work, but the Packers have planned a Gallery Night so more fans can check it out.
Gallery Night is Friday, September 15th from 5:00-9:00 p.m. Tickets cost $30 and can be bought on Packers.com.