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"Green Bay -
The Packers Heritage Trail trolley tours start Saturday.
They offer fans the opportunity to step into the world of the green and gold.
The trolley took fans to destinations notable to the team's history and culture.
"The packers and the community have such strong ties since 1919," said Susan Broberg, the owner of the trolley tours. "And to know that a small town like this can support an NFL franchise is unheard of. And having the heritage tour just connects all those dots."
Some of the 22 stops on the tour include the former Hagemeister Park, the original playing field of the Packers. The Action 2 News studios is also a stop. It's where The Vince Lombardi Show was taped. And Titletown Brewery is also on the tour. Fans can visit the newly unveiled Donald Driver statue.
Each tour is about an hour and a half.
The trolley tours will run through October."