Instead, families walked through a haunted concourse made up of ten different scary scenes. It took a team of more than 50 construction workers and actors to create the haunted halls.
Over in the Lambeau Field Atrium, the halloween fund was a little less scary, but just as good of time for the 11th annual Spooktacular event.
Children of all ages came out to enjoy music, magic and a bit of spooky fun. The event was free and gave kids the opportunity to explore Lambeau Field who may not otherwise get a chance to.
Jessica Micke who is the Packers Community Outreach Coordinator says it's just another way the Packers are giving back to their community.
"The Packers are just so passionate about giving back to the community who have supported us for so long," says Micke, "and obviously the Lambeau Field Atrium is a great venue to hose these events and we're able to allow kids who may not be able to join us on game day, a chance to really come and enjoy Lambeau Field."
The haunted concourse was entered at the Bellin Gate. Admission was only $2.