Have your Packers fandom immortalized in Lego form

Lego figurine "fans" are placed in the Leo Lambeau display at the Neville Public Museum. (Photo courtesy Neville Public Museum)

GREEN BAY (WLUK) -- Permanent seats in "Lambeau Field" are going for $100.

Lego Lambeau, that is.

Green Bay's Neville Public Museum is selling figurines to fill the stadium's "seats." The $100 price, which is considered a donation to the museum, also allows the fan to have a nickname of up to seven letters placed on the back of the figurine. A full roster of fans will be placed next to the display.

Colors of the figurines' outfits vary, but those interested can provide their own figurines or visit the museum's gift shop for options.

The museum estimates there will be room for 2,000 fans. If there is more interest, the space will be re-evaluated.

At 15 feet by 13 feet and 27 inches tall, the museum says Lego Lambeau is the largest Lego model of Lambeau Field in the world. It was built by students at Milwaukee School of Engineering in 2013 and has been on display at the Neville Public Museum since 2015.

Lego Lambeau is made up of more than 130,000 pieces.

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