During your free time, pop over to the CityDeck to stroll along the Fox River. Just a few blocks from the convention center, you’ll find boutique shops on Broadway Street (don’t miss the chocolate shop), history and children’s museums, the historic Meyer Theatre, and for football fans, iconic bronze player statues at the Packers Heritage Trail Plaza.
The Children's Museum of Green Bay 1230 Bay Beach Road, Green Bay 920-432-4397Website | Map 0.3 Miles from KI Convention Center New location near Bay Beach Amusement Park! If you're traveling to Green Bay with your family, The Children’s Museum of Green Bay is a must-visit ... Read More destination. Kids will love the hands on fun and learning on exhibits designed specifically for their excited little minds to be stimulated!
If your kids have dreams of playing professional football and Lambeau Leaping into a crowd of screaming fans, check out the Get Up & Get Moving exhibit. They'll work on coordination by running, jumping, and kicking; explore the muscle groups throughout their body; try on a Packers uniform and why the protective gear of a football player is important; and learn the benefits of being active. The Digestive System is another popular exhibit. You are the food and will work your way through the body to learn what happens to food as you eat it. Head to the Vet Clinic to tend to the animals who need a doctor, read actual x-rays and look at samples under a microscope, and how to care for your pets at home. Get greasy at the Gandrud Auto Group Garage. Young mechanics will learn how to assemble and take apart a car. Cooperation skills are important to get some of the jobs of a mechanic done well and safely. For more awesome exhibits, check out the Green Bay Children's Museum's website. The Children’s Museum has a wide variety of workshops and programs. Kids love special ongoing events like Building Literacy with LEGOS, Science Saturdays, Recycled Art Studio and Wee One Hour. The museum offers a Sensory Friendly Night several times a year for children with sensory issues and their families. The museum will be closed to the general public to reduce crowd size and will have altered lighting and sound modification as well as special sensory activities and a cool down area. The Children’s Museum of Green Bay strives to ensure all children who visit feel inspired while playing and exploring the facility.
Titletown Brewing Company 200 Dousman St., Green Bay 920-437-2337Website | Map 0.3 Miles from KI Convention Center Titletown Brewing Company opened their doors in the historic Chicago and Northwestern Train Depot in 1996 and has been a staple of the Green Bay area ever since. Although their location may have changed, ... Read More their dedication to brewing quality beer at an affordable price has not. Since opening their new location in the former Larsen Canning facility, Titletown Brewing Company has consistently been one of the premier destinations in downtown Green Bay. Their Taproom sports a traditional German beer hall vibe featuring 16 rotating taps, plenty of space to enjoy local sports games on the giant projector screen, and a variety of new and classic pinball machines. For guests looking for a more modern experience, try one of the seasonal cocktails offered on the Roof Tap and enjoy the best view Green Bay has to offer. Featuring live music from local and national acts alike, whether a warm summer night or a dreamy snowfall, the Roof Tap never disappoints. Please check our Facebook page for current hours of operation.
Civic Symphony of Green Bay 117 S. Washington St., Green Bay 920-432-4676Website | Map 0.4 Miles from KI Convention Center The Civic Symphony of Green Bay is a community orchestra that offers volunteer and professional musicians the chance to perform beautiful symphonic pieces. The Civic Symphony was founded in 1995 by a committee ... Read More from the St. Norbert College music faculty. Through education outreach and collaboration with local groups, they're an important part of the Northeast Wisconsin community. The Civic Symphony of Green Bay is a member of The Association of Wisconsin Symphony Orchestras and is supported by the community through ticket sales, donations, and sponsorships. Tickets for the season or individual concerts are available on their website.
The volunteer musicians that play in the Civic Symphony of Green Bay are professional musicians and amateurs of all ages from all walks of life, drawn together by the love of great symphonic music and the desire to share it with others. Members from the Green Bay area are joined in the orchestra by musicians from many other communities within Northeastern Wisconsin. Under the baton of Seong-Kyung Graham, the orchestra typically offers a season of four evening concerts including a "family concert" that is also presented during the day for students from area schools.
Since the beginning of the 2006-2007 season the Civic Symphony has performed all its concerts at the Meyer Theatre in downtown Green Bay. They play well-loved favorites such as Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf and Gershwin’s Piano Concerto in F. The selections offer something for everyone, whether you’re a fan of traditional arrangements or prefer contemporary, playful selections. Hinterland Brewery & Restaurant 313 Dousman St., Green Bay 920-438-8050Website | Map 0.4 Miles from KI Convention Center What’s a Hinterland? Well, to Wiki and the educated world “Hinterland” means: the land beyond the known port city, the unexplored rural country or a person’s vast knowledge that ... Read More is unlimited by parochialism and short sightedness. To us it means: Stop wasting your life drinking the same corporately-diluted beer and challenge your palate to a brew that has a rich heritage, a bold passion and a story that will make you way more exciting to others. The same philosophy lives in our kitchen where we push ourselves to experiment with interesting combinations of perfectly paired flavors– each one designed to inspire our guests. Our menus are created daily, based on the availability of fresh produce, meat, and seafood. Every day, our chefs push each other in friendly rivalry to take the creativity and dining experience to the next level. At Hinterland, we truly have something for everyone. You’ll discover an ever-changing offering of unique creations (both beer and food) that surprise and delight your palate to make your Hinterland experience even more memorable.
Hours: Bar open every day from 11 am to close. Kitchen is open Sunday - Thursday, 11 am to 8 pm, Friday & Saturday 11 am to 10 pm.
Let Me Be Frank Productions 305 S. Broadway, Green Bay 920-371-4070Website | Map 0.5 Miles from KI Convention Center Let Me Be Frank Productions has been entertaining Northeast Wisconsin for nearly two decades. The comedy troupe is led by Frank Hermans, a local musician and comedy writer. Frank has been awarded Green ... Read More Bay’s “Best of the Bay” award in 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018 for his musical talents. Frank’s troupe moved to their current location inside the historic Meyer Theater in 2007. They perform all-original musicals with a sense of humor that will have you wowing at the talent and laughing in the aisle. To date, Let Me Be Frank Productions has created over 120 shows, but they show no signs of slowing down anytime soon.
Let Me Be Frank typically puts on about eight shows per year, plus their incredibly popular Christmas show, which changes each year. Show themes revolve around a popular Wisconsin landmark or tradition, set in a specific time period. The all-too-familiar fashion tributes, musical stylings, and childhood memories will transport you and fill you with delight. However, you don’t need to be familiar with Wisconsin customs to find the shows enjoyable. The talented writing and acting ensures that the entire audience will be in on the joke.
Frank also performs tribute shows along with members of his cast. Frank’s Tribute shows are unlike any other tribute review. The talented cast examines the humorous side of popular artists from the 50’s, 60’s, and 70’s, such as Elvis, Reba, Yakkov Smirnoff, Gallagher, Neil Sedaka, Cher, Brenda Lee, Barbara Streisand, Dusty Springfield, Neil Diamond and Janis Joplin. Frank’s Tribute will leave you amazed at the uncanny likenesses and enormously entertained! Look for these shows throughout the Greater Green Bay area.
Let Me Be Frank Productions show scheduleMeyer Theatre Green Bay 920-433-3343Website 0.5 Miles from KI Convention Center The beautifully restored Meyer Theatre, once a FOX Theatre, originally opened its doors on Valentine's Day, 1930. Once a movie palace and vaudeville house for many years, it was converted to a tri-plex ... Read More movie theatre and called the Bay 3. In 2002 the theatre was renovated back to its original glory and today it features rock and pop concerts, comedy shows, symphony concerts, plays and so much more. Along with national name acts the Meyer hosts hometown talent such as Let Me Be Frank Productions, Allouez Village Band, and Civic Symphony, to name a few.
Located in downtown Green Bay as you head east crossing the Walnut Street Bridge over the Fox River, the Meyer Theatre is a key attraction among some of the city's finest restaurants and the KI Convention Center. Enjoy a pre-show dinner at one of the numerous fine restaurants within walking distance of the Meyer. Top the night off with a cocktail or dessert and coffee at a trendy establishments near the Meyer.
Unforgettable events, extraordinary occasions, unique social experiences....it all awaits you in Backstage, the beautifully renovated space attached to the historic Meyer Theatre. Whether you're planning a corporate get-together, family event or the most important day of your life, this trendy, impressive space can accommodate your every need. The repurposed brick and chic dcor showcase its signature style and urban vibe. The room is quaint, yet warm and welcoming. With a personal event planner and gourmet chef who can customize any menu, a full kitchen, built in bar, small stage, TV mirror, and state of the art AV equipment, your every wish for that perfect event can be realized.Packers Heritage Trail 118 S. Washington St., Green Bay 920-544-5313Website | Map 0.5 Miles from KI Convention Center The culture and history of Green Bay can be closely tied with its NFL team, the Packers. In celebration of this identity, the Packers Heritage Trail City Walk was designed throughout the city to mark historical ... Read More locations that played an important role in the creation of the Green Bay Packers and the people who were responsible.
The self-guided walking tour consists of 25 commemorative bronze plaques. Explorers of the trail will see Curly Lambeau’s childhood home, stand at the birthplace of the Packers, visit the train depot that sent off the team for road games, and walk around City Stadium, the home of the Packers from 1925 – 1956.
Less than a 3-mile walk in downtown Green Bay, the Packers Heritage Trail City begins at the front entrance to the Neville Public Museum. Be sure to get a trail map from the museum as there are no directions on the trail to the next stop. (You can see a digital version of the trail map here). Each plaque tells an important story of the humble beginnings of the Green Bay Packers all the way to one of the most popular teams in all of American sports. History buffs and football fans alike will enjoy this attraction.
For those who would prefer not to walk the trail, check out the Packers Heritage Trail Trolley Tours schedule or you can Segway the trail. Cultivate Taste Tea Salon 520 N Broadway, Green Bay (920) 770-7063Website | Map 0.7 Miles from KI Convention Center Welcome To Cultivate Taste! We want to infuse our passion for handcrafted and single origin loose leaf tea into you.
At Cultivate Taste we do not use flavorings, candy, or sugar in our teas. ... Read More We source direct, blend, and sell international award winning handcrafted and single origin loose leaf teas. We sell online, at farmer’s markets, at our tea salon, and wholesale. Feel confident buying from Wisconsin’s only certified tea specialist from the Specialty Tea Institute since 2009. Not only do we have international award-winning teas; we also serve made-from-scratch vegetarian and vegan fare. Jennifer Nowicki, Owner and Founder, has worked in the gourmet and natural food industries for the last 30 years and 25 years in the tea industry. Reserve your spot for our Afternoon Tea, Creamed Tea, Tuesday Tea Tastings, plus other events. We strive to source organic and fair-trade teas whenever possible directly from the farms across China, Japan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Laos, Taiwan, India, etc. When we blend, we use high grade organic and fair-trade ingredients to enhance a tea. We want you to enjoy and develop your palate, while feeling good that you are drinking something healthy too. We also use eco-friendly and biodegradable packaging because we believe in not harming the planet. Stop by for a meal with a cup of tea and take home some tea, gift boxes, and tea wares to brew your tea at home or for your favorite tea lover. Segway the Fox Tours PO Box 942, Sister Bay 920-376-0256Website | Map 0.7 Miles from KI Convention Center A Segway Personal Transporter is a two-wheeled, self-balancing, battery-powered electric vehicle and is a fun way to get from place to place. Nick, of Segway the Fox, decided it was also a great way for ... Read More visitors to explore different parts of the city in a unique way. There are 8 different tours Segway the Fox offers for a variety of sight-seeing opportunities.
Green Bay Packers fans can ride Segways around Lambeau Field, along the Walk of Legends trail or on the Packers Heritage Trail. If you just enjoy the outdoors and are looking for a relaxing Segway ride, choose from the Nature Tours that feature beautiful landscapes and natural woodlands. There is even a tour to dive into the history of Green Bay and learn about prominent people and places in the forming of the city. Finally, there's just a 50-minute Segway experience for you to have fun and play around with no real destination in site. No matter which tour you choose, you'll have a blast.
Never been on a Segway before? No worries. Each tour offers a training session to ensure you feel comfortable on the device. Since the Segways are self-balancing, it is rather easy to figure out. Safety helmets are provided, but you can also bring your own.
Book your Segway the Fox Tour now The Automobile Gallery & Event Center 400 S Adams St., Green Bay 920-437-9024Website | Map 0.8 Miles from KI Convention Center Visit a gallery where "The Automobile is the Art!" See over 90 unique automobiles spanning 100 years in an environment as impressive as the automobile it surrounds.The Art Garage 1400 Cedar St., Green Bay 920-448-6800Website | Map 1.5 Miles from KI Convention Center The Art Garage is a unique space where you can discover and explore the arts! The historic building houses exhibits, classes, performances, and many special events, all geared to celebrate the arts in ... Read More the Greater Green Bay community and the artist in all of us. The Art Garage was founded by local artists who wanted to recreate the experience of making art in a studio once they graduated from college. The Art Garage uses their space by offering various arts related programming as well as space for rental to local artists and arts organizations on a short and long-term basis. Visitors can come into the gallery and see rotating exhibits of art representing many different genres. Each month, the front gallery features a special exhibit by a solo or group of artists. The Art Garage side gallery changes out every 2 months, with a different themed exhibit being displayed. Upcoming exhibits can be found on our website! Stop by to check out the art and purchase a piece for yourself! The Art Garage often has live performances as well as a regular Open Mic Night once a month during the fall and winter season. Learn a new painting technique, how to use your digital camera, or the fundamentals of drawing by registering for one of our various workshops! Even if you don’t consider yourself an artist, you’ll find something of interest on our list of workshops found at www.theartgarage.org.
Resch Aquatic Center 1058 Reed St., Green Bay 920-448-3365Website | Map 1.6 Miles from KI Convention Center Features zero-depth wading and swimming area, waterslides, diving board and tot sand play area. Also features whirl cove and full-service concessions. Open seasonally. Hazelwood Historic House Museum 1008 S. Monroe Ave., Green Bay 920-437-1840Website | Map 1.7 Miles from KI Convention Center Step back in time with a visit to Green Bay's only historic house open to the public that is still on its original site. Located in the Astor Historic District on South Monroe Avenue, Hazelwood is a fine ... Read More example of Greek Revival architecture. Hazelwood's ten rooms contain hundreds of period furnishings, photographs and artifacts representing the Victorian period.
Built in 1837 overlooking the historic Fox River, Hazelwood was originally the home of the Morgan and Elizabeth Martin family who were a political and cultural force in the city and state for almost one hundred years. It is filled with many original items that the family owned and used on a daily basis. The home was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1964. The stately Greek Revival structure was the first home in what would, one hundred and fifty years later, become the Astor Historic District in Green Bay.
Hazelwood is open for tours seasonally, and for group tours year round. Choose from several different package options, such as the Formal Tea Tour which includes a guided tour of the house plus food and beverage served in three courses, or the Astor Neighborhood Architectural Walking Tour. Watch their website or Facebook page for information on their unique events. You won't want to miss their A Dickens of a Christmas holiday event or their If Tombstones Could Talk walking cemetery tour. Joannes Family Aquatic Center 1430 E. Walnut St., Green Bay 920-448-3365Website | Map 1.7 Miles from KI Convention Center Joannes Aquatic Center is a heated pool with zero depth wading area, a tot sand play area, and two sand volleyball courts located within the 29-acre Joannes Park. Older kids will love taking a thrilling ... Read More ride down one of the two 23 high water slides and the drop slide, and leaping off the one meter high diving board. For younger kids, Joannes has a great mini slide in the shallow pool with several water fountains and sprayers to splash in. Just bring your swimsuit and towel; the aquatic center provides lounge chairs so you can kick up your feet and coin-operated lockers in the locker rooms or right on the lounge deck.
Once you're done in the pool, take the kids over to the large playground with state-of-the art equipment. Love sports? Joannes Park has a horseshoe pit, basketball court, skate park, and baseball stadium, where the Green Bay Bullfrogs play their home games.
All that playing can make you hungry! Stop at the full service concession stand for a Hydrant pizza, hot dogs, nachos, ice cream or candy. Enjoy your meal in the picnic area, then get back to the serious job of playing. Joannes Family Aquatic Center is located on Green Bay's east side, near the original City Stadium. The park is open from mid-June through late August. Admission is free for kids under 2 years old and only $4 for kids under 18. Adults pay just $5.50 for the whole day. There are discounts available for residents and groups of 15 or more. Stillmank Brewing Company 215 N. Henry St., Green Bay 920-606-7368Website | Map 2.2 Miles from KI Convention Center Brad Stillmank, the master mind behind the beer, runs every aspect of this microbrewery on Green Bay’s east side. Stillmank Brewing has certainly made a name for itself with their most popular brew, ... Read More Wisco Disco, a deep amber colored beer brewed with five different malts and four giant hop additions finished with cold-conditioning (not pasteurized) which leaves it naturally cloudy and refreshing. Continually experimenting with new beers and other variations of successful ones, the passion that goes into each beer is evident upon first sip.
Take a tour of the brewing area to learn the science behind craft beer. Belly up to the tap room bar to order a flight sampling several Stillmank beers. Order a Perky Porter (made with locally roasted coffee at La Java Roasting House) in a coffee mug and get a donut hole on the side. Good news porter fans, the Perky Porter is now a full-time brew after seeing so much success in season and demand for it throughout the year! The taproom and brewing space can even be rented out to host small parties and events.
Stillmank’s taproom is open Wednesday thru Saturday, but you can find their beer in many Green Bay bars and liquor stores. Even Lambeau Field proudly pours Green Bay craft beer!
Stillmank Brewing Company beer selectionGreen Bay Ghost Tours 1121 Marquette Ave., Green Bay 920-499-2783Website | Map 2.3 Miles from KI Convention Center Do you have a fascination with the paranormal? Green Bay Ghost Tours are great fun for the whole family! The tours are a must for ghost story enthusiasts and history buffs everywhere. Explore a side of ... Read More Green Bay you never knew existed as you saunter with the spirits from dusk to darkness. Your professional guide, dressed in period clothing, will light your way through centuries past while sharing legendary stories, folklore, and ghostly experiences. Go inside actual haunted buildings and hear the eerie true tales of spirits that refuse to vacate the turn-of-the-century buildings of downtown Green Bay and the surrounding areas. Use an EMF detector if you’d like and see if you can pick up any paranormal activity!
Choose from three different tours, each offering a unique experience.
The Green Bay Walking Ghost Tour can be customized based on your needs, but can run anywhere from 30 minutes to two hours. On this tour, you will hear the history of Green Bay's downtown district and the frightening activity that haunts the buildings still to this day. The Green Bay Bus Ghost Tour is a family-friendly tour that brings you to several haunted locations throughout the city. The Green Bay Cemetery Tour is a walking tour that will teach you fascinating Victorian to modern day cemetery customs, the meanings behind gravestone styles, insignias and motifs. You will also hear riveting stories about some interesting local figures. If you’re looking to get acquainted (or reacquainted) with the city, a Green Bay Ghost Tour is a fun and unique way to do so! Call to schedule a tour. Zambaldi Beer 1649 South Webster Ave., Green Bay 920-455-0473Website | Map 2.4 Miles from KI Convention Center Head Brewer David started home brewing in an Army barracks in 1999 when he fell in love with craft beer in Washington state. Abby, David's wife, discovered how delicious beer could be while backpacking ... Read More in Munich, Germany in 2005. Wade, Abby's big brother, has sought out delicious beer from Alaska to Budapest to Chile, and everywhere in between since 2000. The idea to start our own beer company, and eventually a brew house and tasting room, was hatched years ago, not surprisingly over craft beer. That was before we all got busy with life. Jobs, kids, a dog named Porter, chickens, moves across the country and moves back home again.
What kept calling us back to this dream was that we love raising glasses together. Abby and Wade's grandparents believed that everyday, no matter how ordinary, deserves to be celebrated by raising glasses together. We are excited to share our beer and raise a glass together with you. South Bay Marina & Marine Center 101 Bay Beach Rd., Green Bay 920-884-6291Website | Map 2.5 Miles from KI Convention Center
Located at the mouth of the Fox River on the southern end of the Bay of Green Bay, South Bay Marina is the premier, full-service marina for the Greater Green Bay area. South Bay Marina has over ... Read More 200 slips on state-of-the-art floating concrete docks, capable of handling boats up to 70’. All dockage is available on either a seasonal or transient basis. The fuel dock offers premium diesel, Premium 91 octane ethanol-free gasoline, and pump out facilities. The entire complex is well-secured with state-of-the-art camera system.
South Bay Marina Center is home to Paradise North Distillery, Captain Jack’s Bar & Grill, Skippers Choice Marine Supply, Smokey’s on the Bay Bait & Tackle, Green Bay Sail & Paddle, and Hands on Deck.
For our slip holders and transient slip guests, South Bay Marina and Marine Center offers you a heated in-ground swimming pool, a "slip holder access only" patio with grills and four beautiful gas fire pits. On site are several covered pavilions for you to relax and grill. The recreational area also includes; shuffleboard court, putting green, playground, fire pits, and yard games (cornhole, yard Jenga, jarts).
Green Bay has been named one of the "10 Best Places to Boat" by Boating Magazine. You can tour Lake Michigan, The Bay of Green Bay, and The Fox River then finish the day with docking your boat at South Bay Marina! Stop in to your “Home on the Bay!”Badger State Brewing Company 990 Tony Canadeo Run, Green Bay 920-634-5687Website | Map 3.5 Miles from KI Convention Center Like so many craft breweries that started out as a homebrew operation -we quickly grew into a destination brewery, Tap Room, Beer Garden, and industrial Event Hall nestled in the Stadium District of Green ... Read More Bay, WI. From these simple origins, the mission became clear early on: “Brew beer that brings people together”. Today, Badger State Brewing continues to showcase a beer-centric Tap Room with near two dozen Wisconsin-brewed beers on tap. They also have expanded their offerings into Hard Seltzer (Stateside Seltzer) and their very own hard cider (Orchard Apple). Their selections of other bottled and canned products continue to highlight Wisconsin producers whenever possible; something that makes them proud as fellow Badgers. Tailgate like a Badger every home game at the Badger State BRW-ZONE! Join us this football season, as we open up the Tap Room, Beer Garden, AND The Barrel Haus for Home Game Day tailgating. Grab some brew from our Tap Truck, enjoy pre-game music from Elite Music DJs, grab from brats and burgers from Booyah Shed, plus so much more! Game Day hours vary based on game start - Badger State Brewing is open three hours prior to kick-off.
In walking distance of: SpringHill Suites Hilton Garden Inn Tundra Lodge Resort Parking Lot #1 at Lambeau Field And now, just off the Green Bay Metro Game Day Route - Lombardi & Holmgren
Home2 Suites by Hilton Green Bay 810 Morris Ave., Green Bay 920-227-5757Website | Map 3.5 Miles from KI Convention Center A NEW ALL-SUITE HOTEL NEAR LAMBEAU FIELD IN GREEN BAY, WI Welcome to the Home2 Suites by Hilton Green Bay. Located within walking distance to the historic Lambeau Field, home of the Green Bay Packers. ... Read More Our new all-suite hotel is also located near the Resch Center, Bay Park Square Mall, Shopko Hall, Bay Beach Amusement Park and the National Railroad Museum. Make yourself at home in a studio or one-bedroom suite featuring a contemporary interior design and complimentary WiFi. Prepare meals in your in-suite kitchen fully equipped with a full-sized refrigerator, dishwasher, microwave, cookware and utensils. Stay organized with a customizable ‘Working Wall’ with plenty of desk space and storage. Enjoy all of your favorite shows on a 43-inch Smart HDTV equipped with all of your favorite streaming apps. Join us each morning at the Inspired Table™ for a complimentary breakfast buffet with over 400 different combinations. Prepare to be satisfied with our savory Artisan-style breakfast sandwiches and bowls - all less than 400 calories. Our Home2 MKT also has snacks and drinks and is open 24/7 – perfect for those for late-night munchies. Work out in the Spin2Cycle fitness room with attached guest laundry for multitasking or plunge into the indoor saline pool. Our pool is chemical-free and is sustainably maintained with natural minerals. Be sure to grab a green apple in our Home2 Suites By Hilton Green Bay lobby on your way out, a tasty symbol of our eco-friendly commitment.
Oneida Nation Walk of Legends 2 Blocks East of Lambeau Field, Green Bay 920-497-5944Map 3.5 Miles from KI Convention Center The Walk of Legends is a one-mile walk east of Lambeau Field featuring 24 statues celebrating the legends and the history of the Green Bay Packers. The project was created by Sandi Campbell, designed by ... Read More her daughter Corrie Campbell, and sponsored by the Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin.
The Walk of Legends begins in the shadows of Lambeau, with 3 of its 24 statues kicking off the history walk at the corner of Lombardi Avenue and South Oneida Street. From there, visitors can view the remaining 21 statues by continuing east on Lombardi. The statues are engraved granite and steel tributes, which collectively chronicle the legends and history of the team in consecutive order. The statues are four-sided, with each side presenting an artistic depiction of a single player or era in the Packers' history. Besides Lombardi Avenue, you'll find statues on Bart Starr Drive, Reggie White Way, Tony Canadeo Run, Brett Favre Pass and Holmgren Way.
The Walk of Legends is free and open to the public 365 days a year. It has become one of the most popular geocaching areas, and is one of the most popular attractions in the Greater Green Bay area. In addition to cataloguing the history of the team, the statues on the Walk of Legends educate viewers on the history of its sponsor, the Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin (whose members were some of the first marquee players in Green Bay football history). You'll be able to read vignettes outlining tribal history, practices, and customs on each statue.
The Resch Center can be transformed into an ice rink, gym floor or open floor. The Resch Center is home to Green Bay Gamblers Hockey. It has hosted NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Regional Championships.
There ... Read More is a large merchandise area on second level, press area on upper east stands, six Super Trouper II Spotlights, two elevators, press room, ticket office and a first aid room.
The Resch Center provides flexibility for sporting events, family shows and concerts with capacities ranging from 3,000 to 10,500 in a variety of configurations.
Utilizing the other buildings attached to the Brown County Veterans Memorial Complex offers the largest indoor area available in northern Wisconsin. When all three buildings are used for the same event, over 100,000 square feet of floor space is available with seating for 16,000. Green Bay Packers 1265 Lombardi Ave., Green Bay 920-569-7500Website | Map 3.7 Miles from KI Convention Center The Green Bay Packers are arguably one of the most storied franchises in the National Football League. Green Bay is the smallest city to host a professional sports team. August of 1919 was an important ... Read More year in the history of the team. Hometown-hero and local high school football star, Curly Lambeau along with George Calhoun, got together to form a football team in Green Bay. They received sponsorship from the Indian Packing Company. Shortly after this sponsorship the Green Bay Press-Gazette coined the term Packers, and the name stuck. In their first season, the Packers won 10 games and called City Stadium on the eastside of Green Bay their home field. The Packers joined the National Football League in 1921, 2 years after forming. A hundred years later, the Green Bay Packers have 13 World Championship titles and are one of the leaders in the amount of team alumni in the NFL Hall of Fame. The Green Bay Packers are also the only professional sports franchise to be completely owned by its fans. This leads to the Packers often leading polls for offering the greatest fan experience and having the most loyal following. And yes, we’re proud of the Cheeseheads we wear to games! On any given gameday, you’ll find a sea of green and gold throughout the city with audible chants of Go Pack Go!
There are plenty of area attractions for the full Packers experience. You can take a tour of Lambeau Field and experience what it’s like to sit in a suite, walk through group event space, go through the same tunnel players have gone through for years and walk around the actual field. The Oneida Nation Walk of Legends and the Packers Heritage Trail are two city paths that walk visitors through the history of the team and the important role it played in shaping the city of Green Bay. The Packers Hall of Fame in the Lambeau Field Atrium is also a great way to explore the history of the team by looking at an extensive collection of Packers memorabilia. Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame 1265 Lombardi Ave., Green Bay 920-569-7512Website | Map 3.7 Miles from KI Convention Center The recently remodeled Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame is a two-story shrine devoted to sharing the illustrious history of the Green Bay Packers with the players, coaches, and fans who have been part of ... Read More the story since the beginning. It is located inside the Lambeau Field Atrium near 1919 Kitchen & Tap.
The Hall of Fame makes for a great addition to the Lambeau Field Stadium Tours. After seeing a behind the scenes look around the stadium, walk through the Hall of Fame museum to learn about and see the history that built the sacred grounds of Lambeau.
Priceless memorabilia that helped form the Green Bay Packers are on display for all to admire. Sit at the desk of Curly Lambeau in a replica set-up of his office. Stand in the trophy room surrounded by every one of the trophies that crowned the Packers as World Champions 13 different times since 1919. Walk down a hall of historical players' uniforms and personal belongings, each accompanied with their own audio story. Watch historical film footage documenting the Packers in a movie theatre setting. There is no shortage of anything Packers in the Hall of Fame. This is a must-see for Cheeseheads and all football fans alike.
Hours can vary during the football season Lambeau Field Stadium Tours Lambeau Field Atrium, Green Bay 920-569-7512Website | Map 3.7 Miles from KI Convention Center Lambeau Field Stadium Tours allow fans to experience the Green Bay Packers’ history-rich facility first-hand. Feel the indomitable spirit and impassioned energy that makes the Packers and Lambeau ... Read More Field so endearing. Tour routes are subject to change based on other Lambeau Field events.
Unvaccinated guests must wear face coverings throughout the entire tour, even inside the Lambeau Field Bowl.
Lambeau Field Stadium Tour times vary seasonally. Current tours include Field Viewing Tours, Classic Stadium Tours, Champion Stadium Tours, Legendary Stadium Tours and Stadium Tour & Hall of Fame Combo. For pricing and schedule go to https://www.packershofandtours.com/explore/stadium-tours. For more tour information, please call the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame during regular business hours at (920) 569-7512 or email email@example.com. Resch Expo 840 Armed Forces Dr., Green Bay 800-895-0071Website | Map 3.9 Miles from KI Convention Center Resch Expo, the newest event facility in Wisconsin, features 125,000 square feet column-free events space, indoor and outdoor pre-function options and cocktail networking areas.
The exhibit ... Read More hall floor can be divided into meeting/expo/sports spaces in a three-hall design, a two-hall design, or one large floor space. Natural light flows into the pre-function and networking spaces from the large windows incorporated into the building’s architecture. There are expandable break-out rooms for educational seminars, show headquarters offices and a green room for events that include concerts.
This new space offers flexibility for planners, amazing views and modern design. Proximity to hotels, entertainment and the airport make it a great site choice for planners, and a location that attendees will love.
It is a perfect fit for trade and equipment shows, sporting events and large meetings that need room to move. Use the expandable break-out rooms for educational seminars, event storage or your show headquarters. This is a non-union facility with a professional team of event producers. Equipped with its own state-of-the-art kitchen facilities, plated, buffet and quick service food service is available. An upstairs networking/cocktail bar can accommodate private parties. The center’s culinary team is ready to impress your guests.
Large overhead bays allow for easy load-in. Vehicles rated for road use can be driven into the building for display or for unloading purposes. Resch Expo is located next to Lambeau Field and attached to a 10,000 seat multi-purpose arena for larger events. There are more than 700 hotel rooms and a dozen restaurants within walking distance. In all, Green Bay has over 4,500 hotel rooms, with easy city-wide transportation.
Green Bay Austin Straubel International Airport is just a 10-minute drive from the facility, with direct flights from Minneapolis, Detroit, Chicago and Atlanta, as well as direct seasonal flights from Denver and Orlando.
For more information or to book a site visit give us a call or email today!
Ashwaubenon Historical Society & Museum 737 Cormier Rd., Green Bay 920-429-2863Website | Map 4.1 Miles from KI Convention Center The Ashwaubenon Historical Society is charged with the telling of the past and present story of this Green Bay suburb through the collection and interpretation of historical records and artifacts of the ... Read More area.
Collections feature a highly popular exhibit of tramp and hobo art collected by area native, Adolph Vandertie. There are also exhibits depicting the history of the Broadway Street area of Ashwaubenon, the Ashwaubenon schools, pioneer families and farm life. A rotating military exhibit documents the war experiences of Ashwaubenon veterans.
Stop by the museum in Ashwaubenon, just south of Lambeau Field near Bay Park Square Mall to learn more about this town and its history.
Open March - December Thursday & Saturday 11:00am – 2:00pm The museum also offers guided tours. Heritage Hill State Park 2640 S. Webster Ave, Green Bay 920- 448-5150Website | Map 4.3 Miles from KI Convention Center Heritage Hill State Park enriches the lives of others by sharing the vibrant cultural and historic ties that bind our diverse community together. Managed by the Heritage Hill Corporation, Heritage ... Read More Hill State Historical Park (HHSP) is located on 54 acres of Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources land within the Green Bay Metropolitan Area. To the east rises the Niagara Escarpment, the geological remnant of the forces that created the Great Lakes, while to the west flows the Fox River – a gateway to Lake Michigan. Officially opened to the public in 1977, Heritage Hill houses twenty-six (26) original and reconstructed buildings representing historical and cultural developments relevant to NE Wisconsin from the 1600s to the present. It is within this physical setting that HHSP offers a wide range of experientially based cultural programs focusing on the lives of those who shaped the region’s history. Annually, over 42,000 visitors of all ages enjoy the HHSP experience. With a focus on education, HHSP serves over 15,000 students each school year. Led by first-person interpreters, Heritage Hill offers visitors a unique window to the past through authentic environments that heighten the learning experience. Known for special events, Heritage Hill offers a wide range of cultural activities including live music performances and dramatic presentations. Packers Pro Shop 1265 Lombardi Ave., Green Bay 920-569-7510Website | Map 4.4 Miles from KI Convention Center Green and Gold heaven, also known as the Packers Pro Shop, is located on the Lobby Level of the Lambeau Field Atrium. The 21,500 sq. ft. store is the official retailer of the Green Bay Packers featuring ... Read More any kind of Packers merchandise imaginable...because who doesn't need a Packers toaster in their kitchen?!
Other Packers gear includes sweatshirts, jerseys of both past and present players, hats, bobble heads, mini statues of Green Bay Packers historical figures, the Original Cheesehead, golf equipment, skateboards, umbrellas, pajamas, glassware, home dcor and so much more. Remember your trip to historical Lambeau Field and show off your Green and Gold pride for the upcoming season by shopping at the Packers Pro Shop.
If you can't make it to Green Bay, don't want to carry all your Green Bay souvenirs home with you, or want to send your distant Packers fan the perfect gift, the Packers Pro Shop will gladly ship almost anywhere in the world.
Monday - Friday 9:00am - 7:00pm
Saturday 9:00am - 6:00pm
Sunday 10:00am - 5:00pm
Special hours for training camp, gamedays, and holidays Oneida W. Mason Casino 2522 W. Mason St., Green Bay 800-238-4263Website | Map 4.9 Miles from KI Convention Center This casino sits in a hub of shopping and dining on Green Bay’s west side. Oneida Casino is Green Bay’s destination for high-paying slots and video poker.
There are over 780 reel, video ... Read More reel, and video poker slot machines on the gaming floor offering dynamic excitement and many opportunities for winning. A list of updated machines and new additions can be found on the Oneida Casino SLOTS page. Non-smoking gaming area is available.
Grab a quick sandwich or burger at The Lodge, located inside W. Mason Casino. Stop in at the Isbell Smoke Shop for name brand and generic tobacco products at low prices. Take advantage of the complimentary non-alcoholic beverages and coffee available on the gaming floor. Free shuttle service is offered between Oneida Casino locations and participating hotels.
Mona Rose Winery 2696 S. Packerland Dr., Green Bay 920-371-2995Website | Map 5 Miles from KI Convention Center Mona Rose Winery is one of Wisconsin's premier wineries located in Ashwaubenon near Austin Straubel International Airport. The winery specializes in small batch hand-crafted locally revered and loved wines. ... Read More They take a minimalist approach to winemaking, limiting sulfates and other additives to the wine, similar to the European style of winemaking. The varietal raw product that they ferment to produce their quality wines comes from the San Joaquin River Valley in central California. This is the largest grape growing area in California with over 151,000 acres of grapevines under cultivation.
The tasting room at Mona Rose is warm and inviting with a hand-crafted pallet bar and wine racks for purchase. Guests are invited to stop in to sample wines before purchasing by the glass or bottle. You’ll find your favorites such as Cabernet Sauvignon or Pinot Grigio, but you’ll also find unique wines such as Peach On A Beach. This wine is crafted using chardonnay grapes blended with peach juice to make a refreshing wine lower in alcohol content than Chardonnay by itself. Refreshing and invigorating, this wine pairs well with light lunches, time with afternoon friends, or as a standalone beverage.
In addition to the winery’s regular hours, they are open by appointment for private tastings and parties onsite or at a location of your choice. For private parties, guests are welcome to bring in or cater food. Mona Rose is also a boutique wine shop, featuring innovative authentic wood pallet wine racks, wine gift baskets, and a variety of cheese plates.
Mona Rose wine selectionUnion Hotel 200 N. Broadway, De Pere 920-336-6131Map 5.5 Miles from KI Convention Center The Union Hotel & Restaurant has been a family owned business since 1918. The restaurant is considered one of Wisconsin's coveted supper clubs, and they offer delicious steaks, salads, soups, and more. ... Read More You can even order a steak to be cut in-house to your liking. You can get everything from Filet to NY Strip. Seafood lover? The Union Hotel Restaurant has great seafood options including scallops, halibut, and whatever is in season. After dinner, enjoy an Old Fashioned from the lounge or a wine off their impressive wine list.
After enjoying your food and drinks, settle into your boutique hotel room which features modern amenities such as wireless Internet and cable television. The Union Hotel is located in the heart of De Pere, Wisconsin near Green Bay. It is in the midst of a historic neighborhood featuring turn-of-the-century architecture, and it is adjacent to De Pere's historic shopping district.
The rooms are spacious, and you can choose between a standard-sized room or a larger suite with an attached sitting room. You'll find unique touches such as beautiful pieces of antique furniture like wing-backed chairs, bureaus and original wallpaper. The property has been in the same family for generations, and the current owners are always paying close attention to every little detail in order to make your experience memorable. They are always on-hand and happy to provide personalized assistance to their guests. Ennis Inn and Pub 201 James St., De Pere 920-347-0007Website | Map 5.6 Miles from KI Convention Center Just picture it. You wake up in the morning for a leisurely stroll along the Riverwalk, enjoy a mid-day adventure in historic downtown De Pere, and taste our traditional Irish fare, made by our chefs ... Read More just for you. Then, retire to your quiet, spacious room, complete with seating and cozy bed. It’s the ideal getaway, right? Now, add on a perfectly poured pint of Guinness or a hand-crafted cocktail, enjoyed on a balcony overlooking the Fox River, and you’ve found the Ennis Inn. Only at The Ennis Inn and Pub can you enjoy this complete Irish charm! https://ennisinnandpub.com
River Tyme Tours 101 James Street, De Pere 920-422-6300Website | Map 5.6 Miles from KI Convention Center The River Tyme is a fully renovated 60-year-old river boat that has served time in Chattanooga along the Tennessee River as well as a stint on the Mississippi River. She now tours the Fox River in Northeastern ... Read More Wisconsin.
River Tyme is docked on the Fox River in beautiful De Pere, just south of Green Bay. Public cruises last 90 minutes. There will be some daily themes including Margarita Mondays, Families on the Fox, Lock and Industry cruises and more! Check their website for specific days and times.
You can also reserve the River Tyme as a private charter boat or group tour. The folks at River Tyme Tours will work with you to plan and schedule the perfect river cruise for your group. Contact Fox River Tours. University of Wisconsin Green Bay Arts & Entertainment 2420 Nicolet Dr., Green Bay 920-465-2348Website | Map 5.6 Miles from KI Convention Center Fifteen ensembles offer many performances, such as Hand Drumming, Jazz, Opera/Musical Theatre workshop, Choirs and Bands. Theatre includes four main stage plays and student directed performances on campus. ... Read MoreWeidner Center for the Performing Arts 2420 Nicolet Dr., Green Bay 920-465-2726Website | Map 5.6 Miles from KI Convention Center The Weidner Center for the Performing Arts is located on the campus of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay on the far east side of the city. Presenting a wide variety of cultural, entertaining and educational ... Read More performing arts, the Weidner Center serves the Northeastern Wisconsin community while also hosting the University’s theatrical and musical ensembles. You can see shows by local musicians, traveling theatre troupes, stand-up comedy shows, University musicals and anything else that can be performed on a stage.
This beautiful performing arts center displays original artwork throughout and is full of theatrical traditions formed over the years. The Weidner Center also has world-renowned acoustics. Inside the large concert hall sits on display a large, 16-foot wooden organ with exposed pipes for a visually appealing and grand sounding musical accompaniment. The Grand Foyer is the home to a Dale Chihuly original chandelier made up of hundreds of individually blown glass pieces creating a rainbow of colors.
There are over 2,000 seats available in the main theater and plenty of smaller venues throughout the Weidner Center to host a variety of events and performances. To stay updated on future shows, check out the full list of upcoming events. Brown County Golf Course 897 Riverdale Dr., Hobart 920-497-1731Website | Map 6.2 Miles from KI Convention Center Brown County Golf Course is a public golf course owned by Brown County and located in the Town of Oneida. The course is made of gently rolling terrain and classic doglegs. After extensive work to bring ... Read More new greens and upgrade the fairway conditions, the Brown County Golf Course has never been in better shape.
Golf Digest has ranked Brown County Golf Course in the Top 50 Public Golf Courses in the country. Locally, they receive the Best of the Bay award for finest golf course in the area. This course has also hosted the Wisconsin State Amateur tournament, The Wisconsin State Open and numerous WPGA Junior Events.
Whether you're looking to get in 9-holes before heading to the office or to host your company golf outing, Brown County Golf Course is your go to course. With a PGA Pro on staff, Jimmy can help you work on some aspects of your golfing to elevate your game to the next level. There is a pro-shop on site for all of your golf equipment needs, as well as a restaurant and full bar.
Brown County Golf Course green fees Village Green Golf Course & Club 302 Riverdale Dr., Green Bay 920-434-3939Website | Map 6.3 Miles from KI Convention Center Village Green Golf Course is located in the village of Howard, a west suburb of Green Bay. The golf course is conveniently located near Interstate 41 and Highway 29, just minutes from Comfort Suites hotel. ... Read More
Consisting of a 9-hole course, Village Green is one of the nicest municipal courses for all skill levels in Wisconsin. There are plenty of challenging, yet beautiful, water hazards flowing through the course. The fairway conditions are kept in great shape with low rough areas on the outskirts. The greens are well-maintained for excellent playing condition and offer true reads to envision the perfect putt and sink your ball.
Aside from the golf course, the Village Green Golf Course Restaurant inside the clubhouse provides great food and drink options after your round. There is a variety of soups, sandwiches and burgers to fulfill the hunger you golfed up.
Golf course and restaurant hours change seasonally Oneida Casino 2020 Airport Dr., Green Bay 1-800-238-4263Website | Map 7.5 Miles from KI Convention Center Oneida Casino is the Official Casino of the Green Bay Packers. Conveniently located in Green Bay, WI, just across the road from Austin Straubel International Airport, it is the premiere gaming destination ... Read More for NE Wisconsin, offering more than 2,400 total slot and video games at five locations. Other gaming options include table games, poker, and bingo. Between Oneida Casino's West Mason location and Airport Drive location, they offer the largest selection of slot and video games in non-smoking areas in the state of Wisconsin with a total of over 500 non-smoking games. Anyone 21 years of age and older can join their Players Club to earn various rewards and benefits - membership is free. Drinking and dining options in the casino include a three-station food court including Wild Card Deli, Chicken Fry Fry, and Grill Masters. The Noodle Bar, Duck Creek Kitchen + Bar and Purcell's Lounge are located on the Radisson property for your convenience. Free shuttle services offered between Oneida Casino locations and participating hotels. For more information, please visit their website or find them on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter.
Nouryon Sports Complex 1600 Pinecrest Rd., Green Bay 920-434-4640Website | Map 7.9 Miles from KI Convention Center Nouryon Sports Complex is a 92-acre park facility that includes an 18-hole disc golf course, 4 lighted softball diamonds and 10 soccer fields. Thornberry Creek at Oneida 4470 N. Pine Tree Rd., Oneida 920-434-7501Website | Map 9.2 Miles from KI Convention Center Perched atop one of the highest peaks in Brown County, Thornberry Creek at Oneida golf course offers 27 holes of championship golf on the official course of the Green Bay Packers. The two golf courses ... Read More feature bent grass tees, fairways and greens. The varied landscape throughout the course gives golfers a unique experience from hole to hole as they make their way through forested 'Northwoods' setting to the prairie and meadow environment all while playing through one of Green Bay's most prestigious neighborhoods.
While playable for golfers of all levels, the Legends Championship Course offers challenges even to the most proficient players with more than 70 sand bunkers and 11 water hazards strategically placed throughout the 18-hole course. There are four sets of tees ranging from 5,103 to 6,934 yards. During your round on the Legends Course, stop by the Leinie's Lodge (holes #6 and #15) for some delicious on-course grilled brats, burgers and cold refreshments.
The Original Iroquois 9-Hole Course is distinguishes as one of the only official PGA Family Courses in the state of Wisconsin. This par-36 golf course offers four sets of tees, as well as special tee box distances for children. This course is fantastic for family play as well as weekly recreational play, league play and golf outings.
In addition to the extraordinary golf experience, there are magnificent banquet facilities and meeting rooms available for groups up to 300 people all year long. Many of these rooms have beautiful views overlooking the golf course. Duck Creek Vineyard and Winery 5046 County Rd. R, Denmark 920-863-2104Website | Map 11.4 Miles from KI Convention Center DUCK CREEK VINEYARD AND WINERY DENMARK DISTILLING NEW DENMARK BREWING COMPANY A Northeast Wisconsin Hidden Gem that offers a craft winery, distillery, and brewery where all products are crafted ... Read More onsite.
You can try the award-winning wines, meads, sprits, Kombucha tea and beers in
their large tasting/taproom. Two large garage doors, a patio and plenty of
greenspace overlook the vineyard; a beautiful place to enjoy your favorite
glass of wine, cocktail, or craft beer.
Petite Pearl and Marquette grapes from their vineyard, as well as grapes and fruit from Wisconsin and the east and west
coasts are used to make the wines. Their handcrafted wines, meads and spirits
have won numerous international awards. They also brew Kombucha tea: a healthy,
refreshing tea the Chinese have been making for over 1,000 years and call the
“elixir of life”.
If you want to learn the process of winemaking, they offer a unique experience for you to craft your very own batch of wine. An
experienced and knowledgeable winemaker will walk you through the process of
making a wine you love—from the start to the bottling and labeling.
This great “can’t miss” destination located in Denmark, Wisconsin, is about 15 minutes southeast of Green Bay.
Where else can
you go that has “something for everyone”? You can sip on some wine, try some
spirits, or have a beer. And if those do not suit you, there are other
Visit our website or Facebook for live music and other events.
NEW Zoo & Adventure Park 4378 Reforestation Rd., Green Bay 920-434-7841Website | Map 13.1 Miles from KI Convention Center The NEW Zoo is located approximately 10 miles northwest of Downtown Green Bay in a town called Suamico. Adjacent to the zoo is an adventure park featuring a dual racing zip line 1,025 feet long, an aerial ... Read More adventure course and a rock climbing tower.
The Zoo offers many unique opportunities to encounter the 200+ animals. From a feeding tower, guests are able to feed the giraffes. Get up close to touch the animals in the petting zoo area. Ride on the Dahlin Express train. Explore the creepy crawlers in the reptile house.
If you get hungry during your visit, the Mayan Restaurant is centrally located in the Zoo. It is open year-round and offers hamburgers, hot dogs, loaded nachos, and much more. The building was modeled after a Mayan temple and has gorgeous panoramic views of many of the Zoo’s exhibits while you eat.
Throughout the year are many events to explore the Zoo a little differently. Zoo Boo gives children a chance to visit the Zoo in their Halloween costumes and trick-or-treat around the animal exhibits. An annual Birthday Party for the Animals is held to welcome all of your favorite Zoo animals. A full day’s worth of animal watching and fun to be had at the NEW Zoo & Adventure Park. The zoo is open 365 days a year!
Hours change seasonally Oneida Nation Museum W892 Cty Rd EE, Oneida 920-869-2768Website | Map 14.6 Miles from KI Convention Center The mission of the Oneida Nation Museum is to provide education about the Oneida and Iroquois culture, history, and nationhood. This is accomplished by providing exhibits and other educational programming. ... Read More The Museum also displays and promotes Iroquois artwork. The Oneida Nation Museum provides a unique and enlightening experience that can be interpreted to all ages. It is so important for the people of the Oneida Nation to share their culture and history.
If you are interested in a more in-depth experience, the museum also offers guided tours. These tours include an oral presentation of all exhibits and displays by cultural education staff and they generally last 45 to 60 minutes. Tours can be altered to accommodate the audience’s specific needs or age groups upon request. To facilitate questions and to ensure your comfort and enjoyment, group size are limited.
The museum gift shop brings you contemporary Oneida and Iroquois arts and crafts, music, books and DVDs. Corn husk dolls, beadwork, jewelry, clothing, art cards and much more can be found in the Oneida Nation Museum gift shop. They also offer items from other Native American Nations. Admission to the museum is only $4 for adults and $2 for children. If the weather is cooperating, venture out and enjoy the beautiful nature trails or visit the traditional garden located on the grounds. National Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help 4047 Chapel Drive, New Franken 920-315-0398Website | Map 16.1 Miles from KI Convention Center This is the first and only site in the United States which is approved by the Roman Catholic Church as an apparition site of the Blessed Virgin Mary. As the story goes, Adele Brise was born in Belgium ... Read More in 1831 and moved with her family to a Belgium settlement near Green Bay in the early 1850s. In 1859, after several documented appearances around the world, Mary visited Adele in the wooded area of her farm with the definitive purpose to ask Adele to pray for poor sinners and teach the young children about the catechism and the sacraments. Adele dedicated the rest her life to doing just that travelling from town to town tirelessly praying and teaching. Lambert Brise, Adele's father, eventually built a chapel on the site of the apparition. Pilgrimages began shortly after where people were often cured of blindness, deafness, illness, and many other ailments.
An important milestone in the history of the Shrine is the Great Peshtigo Fire of 1871. This is one of the worst recorded fires ever in the United States burning 1.5 million acres. Adele and her sisters took shelter in the chapel along with several area residents. Many moved their livestock onto the chapel grounds, as well. Adele and her sisters took the statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary and marched around the chapel praying. As the fire quickly grew and approached the Shrine perimeter, a heavy rain fell putting out the fire before it could reach the chapel. The people inside were saved, and the only livestock to survive the fire were the ones brought onto the chapel grounds.
Due to all the pilgrim visitors coming to the Shrine, a new and larger chapel was built in 1942. There are now numerous events held throughout the year at the Shrine. In mid-August one of the biggest events is held called the Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. On October 8, an outdoor candlelit rosary procession is held in honor of the Shrine surviving the Great Peshtigo Fire along with an all-night Adoration. Daily Masses are held inside the beautiful chapel accompanied by daily confessions. The Oratory where Mary appeared to Adele is below the chapel. Thanks to a recent renovation, the Shrine is completely handicap accessible. Visit this Shrine just east of Green Bay for prayer, confession or just to learn some Wisconsin history. The Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help is great for large groups and motorcoach tours with adequate bus-parking space.
American Antiques & Jewelry is family owned and operated for over 25 years. They buy, sell and trade jewelry, coins, antiques, collectibles, and more. You'll find great deals here!
In-store ... Read More services include interest free lay-a-way with 20% down and monthly payments, 12-months special financing, jewelry rentals for proms, weddings, and other special occasions, jewelry repairs and resizing, water battery replacement, and formal jewelry appraisals.
If you're looking for a unique gift or a hidden gem, American Antiques & Jewelry is a great place to start your treasure hunt.Amtrak Thruway 433 W. St. Paul Ave., Milwaukee 1-800-USA-RailWebsite | Map
Travelers in communities along I-41 now have the option of two additional round trip buses. The service provides seamless connections with Amtrak Hiawatha trains to and from Chicago.
Amtrak, ... Read More in coordination with WisDOT, will offer Amtrak Thruway bus service with two daily round trips between Green Bay, Appleton, Oshkosh, Fond du Lac, and two stops in Milwaukee; the Milwaukee Intermodal Station (MIS) and the Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport. The bus schedule is timed to give travelers an easy train connection to Sturtevant and Chicago. The service will allow travelers to make a same-day round trip between the I-41 cities and Chicago. The new buses, combined with the existing Lamers daily round-trip bus service, will result in three daily round-trip options along I-41. Adult bus-train fares Green Bay to Chicago are as low as $39 each way. Bus-only fares Green Bay to Milwaukee are as low as $28 each way. The service:
Offers convenient connections to and from Amtrak Hiawatha trains, expanding travel options between the I-41 cities and Chicago. (See schedule).
Addresses the gap in I-41 bus service that resulted from the Greyhound service cancellation in October 2018.
Uses existing intercity bus stops to maximize traveler options and minimize travel times along the Green Bay-Milwaukee corridor.
Supplements the existing Lamers (LAB) daily round-trip on I-41. The service also supplements the Green Bay to Milwaukee buses that travel on I-43 operated by Jefferson Lines (JL) and Indian Trails (IT).
Tickets for all services (new Amtrak bus, Amtrak Hiawatha trains, Lamers, Jefferson Lines and Indian Trails) are all available on Amtrak.com, the Amtrak app, or 1-800-USA-RAIL. Offers service to Milwaukee Mitchell International Airport, consistent with the existing Lamers service.
Amtrak Thruway enables travelers to work, study or relax while in transit.
Guaranteed train-bus connections
At-seat plugins and Wi-Fi service
Same-day round trips possible between I-41 communities and Chicago
Reclining seats with seatbelts, extra legroom, tables and cupholders
Same discounts (i.e. student, senior, children) and promotions as Amtrak Hiawatha
Artless Bastard 353 Main Ave., De Pere 920-310-0260Website | Map
Artless Bastard, Inc is a non-profit gallery located in historic downtown De Pere. Our mission is to connect, educate and showcase original artwork in the following ways.
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The gallery is a place for artists to meet other artists and connect with their local community. This includes but is not limited to collaborating on a project, taking an artist-led workshop, growing their network and building a support system. The local community is able to meet and talk to artists showcasing their work during our special events which include artist opening receptions, outdoor mini art fairs, and more.
Being an artist is more than creating. Managing your business is key to being successful. We help you learn how to be better organized, price your artwork, successfully enter call for arts, market yourself and much more. We do this via a free podcast, in person workshops, and online courses. We believe that learning never stops and we want you to be successful while doing what you love.
The gallery offers a brick and mortar space for artists in the United States to showcase and sell their artwork in a professional manner. When you show your work in a gallery you are able to connect with a new audience, build your resume and share your artwork with the public. Understanding how to create a final piece of artwork for presentation is very important for artists along with following guidelines set forth by a gallery. We believe all levels of artists should have the opportunity and our call for art group shows are open to artists ages 18 and up. Ashwaubenon High School 2391 South Ridge Road, Green Bay -492-2950Website | Map Ashwaubenon Performing Arts Center 2391 South Ridge Road, Green Bay 920-494-3401Website | Map
The Ashwaubenon Performing Arts Center (PAC) is a state-of-the-art, 730-seat performance venue located just one mile south of legendary Lambeau Field, built for the artistic and theatrical enrichment of ... Read More the students and community members of the Village of Ashwaubenon and surrounding areas. The PAC serves as home to school and community musicals, plays, concerts, and theatre programs and also actively presents regional, national, and international touring entertainment.
For more information about the Ashwaubenon PAC and a listing of upcoming events, visit www.AshwaubenonPAC.org or follow ‘Ashwaubenon Performing Arts Center’ on Facebook and Twitter (@AshwaubenonPAC). Ashwaubenon Sports Complex 1680 Fernando Dr., Ashwaubenon 920-492-2331Website | Map
Ashwaubenon Sports Complex is a 42 acre park that consists of:
Four Adult Softball Fields
Two Basketball Courts
Two Soccer Fields
Six Tennis Courts
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Open Air Shelters
Cornerstone Community Ice Center Ashwaubomay Park 2881 S. Broadway, Green Bay 920-492-2331Website | Map
This 85 acre facility overlooks the Fox River, offering picnic area, playground equipment, baseball diamonds, and a 3 million gallon man-made lake with beachfront and diving platform, operating June-August. ... Read MoreBackstage 101 S. Washington St., Green Bay 920-433-3338Website | Map
Backstage is located within the historic Meyer Theatre and in the heart of Downtown Green Bay. Once a vaudeville house and movie palace, it comes complete with architectural grandeur and an air of distinction. ... Read More Since 1930, the Meyer Theatre has been a place to gather and celebrate. Backstage shares in that same spirit, adding its own unique, contemporary, avant-garde style.
Have an idea? It will be created. Need an idea? One will be recommended. It is all custom, so every single event, including yours, is an experience that is personal, unique and memorable.
Backstage is perfect for:
Call today for your private tour or for more information.
Located along the west shore of the Bay of Green Bay, the Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve is made up of 920 acres of forest, meadows and wetlands. These grounds were once home to Native American tribes where ... Read More they would hunt and fish. Today, this natural area is a refuge for a wide variety of waterfowl, wildlife and plant species.
There are over nine miles of scenic hiking trails that run through the marsh and forest of the preserve. These trails are also groomed for cross country skiing in the winter months. All trails begin and end at the Interpretive Center.
The West Shores Interpretive Center offers a variety of educational programs throughout the year and gives visitors the opportunity to explore nature up close with exciting hands-on exhibits. The newest addition to the outdoor programming is adventure kayaking. There are many different trips offered for the beginner through advanced paddlers. Keep up to date on other outdoor education programs and activities offered at the Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve. Interpretive Center hours Monday – Friday 9:00am – 4:00pm Saturday – Sunday 12:00pm – 4:00pm Barkhausen Sensory Woods - This landscaped area is uniquely designed to be an inclusive and accessible place for visitors of all abilities. Along a short trail inside the Sensory Woods are interactive elements for the senses such as a sensory wall, bamboo chimes, raised garden bed, woodworking table and more! The trail and elements are accessible by foot or wheelchair with several benches scattered throughout.
Bay Park Square Mall 303 Bay Park Square, Green Bay 920-499-2421Website | Map
A four-wing shopping center located one mile south of historic Lambeau Field in the Green Bay suburb of Ashwaubenon. Bay Park Square Mall is conveniently located near many restaurants, hotels, and major ... Read More highways. Free wi-fi is also available inside the mall.
Bay Park Square is located on Oneida Street, just one mile south of historic Lambeau Field. The mall is home to Kohl's and more than 100 specialty retailers including Aeropostale, American Eagle Outfitters, Apricot Lane, Bath & Body Works, Buckle, Express, Gap, Finish Line, LOFT, Old Navy, Tilly's, Victoria's Secret, and Zumiez. The Mall also has many great restaurants to choose from including International House of Pancakes, Longhorn Steakhouse, Old Chicago, Texas Roadhouse, and 8 tempting food court eateries.
Whether you’re looking for the perfect Green Bay souvenir or enjoy some retail relaxation on your vacation, Bay Park Square Mall is exactly where you need to go.
Cecil Depeau Bay Shore Park is situated atop the Niagara Escarpment and offers breathtaking views of the Bay of Green Bay. Scenic hiking trails follow the ledge of the escarpment – a geological formation.
A ... Read More breakwater and boat launch facility with a protected harbor are located within the park to provide safe access to fishing, sailing and boating. An exciting, nautical-themed playground adorned with a huge wooden ship provide the backdrop for children to have a fun make-believe high-sea adventure on the shores of the Bay of Green Bay. Bay Shore Park also offers an open air shelter and an enclosed building for rent to family reunions, birthday parties and gatherings of all types.
Bay Shore Park is located at 5637 Sturgeon Bay Rd, New Franken WI approximately 15 miles north of Green Bay on State Highway 57. We have approximately 117 wooded campsites, 85 sites with water and electric hookups, 30 sites with no hookups and 2 group campsites (one with hookups and one with no hookups). All sites have asphalt pads, fire rings, and picnic tables. Bay Shore can accommodate travel trailers of all sizes. Amenities include shower facilities, a dump station, firewood, ice, laundry, boat launch, and hiking & biking trails on the property. Check out time is 3:00 pm.
Bay Shore Park campsites are available both at a first come, first serve basis and online reservations. Reservation will not be accepted over the phone.
The Best Western Green Bay Inn & Conference Center is located within walking distance of Brown County Memorial Complex, Resch Center and Lambeau Field.
This full-service facility has ... Read More a variety of space to accommodate your needs for hosting an event of many different sizes. Whether you are looking to host a company dinner up to 30 people, a wedding for 200 people or a large conference over 500 attendees, the Best Western Green Bay Inn & Conference Center will work with you to ensure your needs and desires are met.Bosse's News & Tobacco 220 Cherry Street, Green Bay 920-432-8647Website | Map
Bosse's was established in 1898 as a newsstand and tobacco shop with an emphasis on newspapers. It is a family-run business that still serves as a local hangout for families in the Green Bay area, as it ... Read More has for generations. Visitors can enjoy their morning newspaper, pick up a cup of coffee or a snack, get their favorite cigar, and shop from over 3,000 titles of magazines and a large selection of maps.
Bosse's News & Tobacco is like two stores in one. The newsstand carries newspapers, magazines, maps, and books by local authors. The tobacco shop has one of the largest selection of cigars in the state, imported and domestic cigarettes, roll your own tobacco, pipes, and their own custom blended pipe tobaccos, humidors, and miscellaneous smoker's supplies. The cigars come from all over the world, and are kept humidified in showcases and in a large walk-in humidor. Bosse's carries cigars from the Dominican Republic, Honduras, Nicaragua, Mexico along with domestic made cigars. They even have a line of cigars that include a wrapper telling you which craft beer will complement it best.
Looking for a little reading material to enjoy during your leisure time? Bosse's stocks thousands of titles including magazines from all over the world: Australia, France, Romania, Denmark, Holland, Spain, Lithuania, Turkey, Germany, Lebanon, Austria, the UK, and the Netherlands. They also carry classic games such as Cribbage, Shut the Box, Chess, Checkers, and more. If you're looking for something more special that what you can find at the big box stores, head to Bosse's!
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Sunday 7:00am - 5:00pm Broadview Soccer Complex 2900 E. River Dr., Green Bay 920-448-2800Map Broken Spoke Bike Studio 115 Pine St., Green Bay 920-634-2040Website | Map
Broken Spoke sells and rents all styles of bikes: cruisers, mountain bikes, fat bikes and electric bikes. Located in downtown Green Bay, right on City Deck.Brown County Reforestation Camp 4418 Reforestation Rd., Green Bay 920-448-4466Website | Map
With almost 1,600 acres of wooded area, trails and bodies of water, the Reforestation Camp offers a variety of outdoor activities for every age.
For the outdoor enthusiast, miles ... Read More of scenic trails throughout the Camp provide ample opportunity for hiking, biking and horseback riding. A playground and two rental shelter buildings are available for family gatherings or company events. Picnic and fish around the Camp's many ponds are popular summer activities. In the winter months, the Reforestation Camp is great for groomed cross-country ski trails and snowmobile trails. Each autumn hunters take advantage of the Brown County Rifle Range located within the Reforestation Camp to perfect their shot and sight-in their firearms. Assistance and spotters are provided.
The Reforestation Camp is located in Suamico, northwest of Green Bay not far from Interstate 41. Its neighbor is the NEW Zoo and Adventure Park. Calavera Springs Community Park 2694 Flintville Rd., Suamico 920-434-2212Website | Map
The 68.5-acre Calavera Springs Park includes soccer fields, flag-football fields, three fenced softball fields, wooded walking/skiing trails, two tennis courts and indoor shelter with concession stands. ... Read More Cellcom Green Bay Marathon PO Box 22490, Green Bay 801-851-5520Website | Map
May 15, 2022. Choose from a marathon, half marathon, relays, 5K and a kids’ run set in Green Bay's legendary stadium district. The Cellcom Green Bay Marathon is an annual weekend of events ... Read More that takes place in the streets of Green Bay and surrounding communities. Runners from all over the globe compete in this world-class event each year. If you’re not quite ready for 26.2 or 13.1 miles, but want to take a lap around Lambeau Field, enjoy the shorter distances offered by the marathon relay, half marathon relay and a 5K run.
The Cellcom Green Bay Marathon’s “Run for a Reason” program lets you support local charities. It’s easy to participate in and it makes fundraising simple. After creating a fundraising page complete with personal statement and photo, you can email your page to friends, family, training partners, and co-workers. Raise $300 or more to get one free entry to any event (relay teams can participate too by raising $300 per member) and support the chosen charity partners.
The marathon is a Boston Marathon qualifier. The race takes place the third weekend in May, and the average temperature in Green Bay that time of year ranges from a low of 45 degrees Fahrenheit to a high of 67 degrees Fahrenheit.
Do you need lodging for the event? There is a block of hotel rooms available through the Greater Green Bay Convention & Visitors Bureau’s online booking system. The race fills up quickly, so make sure you register early!
C&M Presents... 2488 Wildwood Dr., Green Bay 920-471-7951Website | Map
C&M Presents serves Northeast Wisconsin with a full line of motorcoach packages for tour operators and the general public to enjoy. Whether you are looking to learn more about the Green Bay Packers ... Read More history or eat your way around Green Bay, C&M Presents has a tour for you. There's even a tour designed specifically for children.
The Packers Heritage Trail Trolley Tours will bring you around the city pointing out significant locations in the forming of the Green Bay Packers. This narrated tour features Curly Lambeau's childhood home, Packers players' training camp dorming facilities at St. Norbert College and City Stadium, the first home of the Green Bay Packers.
If you go on vacation specifically for the food, the Fantastic Finds Food Tours is just for you. C&M Presents will bring you across the Midwest to try a variety of cuisine from diverse cities and neighborhoods, as well as in our own backyard of Green Bay.
Camp Caroline is a version of 'fantastic finds' designed specifically for youngsters between 5-10 years old. This group tour will make stops at many kid-friendly facilities around Green Bay with fun and educational activities planned at each destination.
C&M Presents can help you schedule private tours as well.
For a complete schedule of each tour, visit C&M Presents website. Colburn Park 1025 S. Fisk Street, Green Bay (920) 448-3365Map
Colburn Park offers playground equipment, horseshoe pit, soccer field, softball diamond, swimming pool, bocce courts, volleyball, tennis courts, cross country ski trail and hockey rink.Copper State Brewing Company 313 Dousman St., Green Bay 920-489-8575Website | Map
Copper State is the newest hopping addition to Green Bay’s burgeoning craft beer scene, and you’re going to love our brews. From the malt to the hops and yeast, we use only the finest quality ... Read More ingredients, because we want to give you a quality experience, and we believe in head retention of our patrons. Check out our brewery tours, ranging from the informative tour to a unique scavenger hunt experience. If you would like to get more enjoyment out of the brewery puns above, these tours are for you!
But great beer is not all we are crafting at Copper State Brewing Company—our restaurant menu has been carefully crafted by Chef Malachi Schreiner and his amazing team. Aside from unique burgers and woodfired pizzas, Chef Malachi has put together creative small plates and exquisite entrees that beg to be photographed and instagrammed and tweeted, if you can hold off eating them for that long. Look for Engineer-turned-Brewmaster Jon’s beer creations to be used in the menu as well.
We proudly help to wake up downtown Green Bay, serving coffee and espresso drinks from our overly caffeinated cousin business, Copper Rock, starting at 6:30 am. Whether you’re desperate for a caffeine boost in the morning to get you through that business meeting, enjoying some great craft beer out in our biergarten, or seeking a memorable dining experience with your friends and family, you’re looking for Copper State. Come and check out all the details we put into preserving this historic building; we have beautiful spaces available to rent out for any occasion.
Life is an adventure, and life is short, and craft beer is good. And when great beer and great food and great people are combined, everybody wins. Cornerstone Community Ice Center 1640 Fernando Dr., De Pere 920-403-2000Website | Map
Built in 2000, this is the home of Green Bay Area Youth Hockey, St. Norbert College Green Knight Hockey and the Cornerstone Skating Club. In 2007 the Resch Olympic Pavilion was added to provide an Olympic ... Read More sized ice rink in order to host more events such as the 2013 National Curling Championship. The ice center now has three ice rinks with bleacher seating available in each one.
Cornerstone Community Ice Center offers programs for youth hockey, adult hockey, figure skating and instruction to learn how to ice skate. Public skating is also available. Here's a schedule when public skating is available.
This ice sports facility is located southwest of Green Bay in the Ashwaubenon Sports Complex just a couple miles west of Interstate 41. The parking lot has adequate space for parking team buses. Cup O Joy 525 N. Taylor St., Green Bay 920-435-3269Website | Map
Cup O Joy is a Christian music venue. They have been in operation for over 25 years. The venues hosts over 100 concerts each year, and admission is always donation-based. All concerts are smoke free and ... Read More alcohol free in order to maintain a family-friendly atmosphere. Cup O Joy hosts everything from blues to gospel, mellow acoustic to hard rock. They host comedy shows and they also have an Open Mic Night once a month.
Of humble beginnings, The Cup (as it is lovingly called today) began in 1989 in a rundown brick building which had served as a shoe store and a later a print shop. With the help of many volunteers and a lot of patience, The Cup began to gain momentum. Today, the venue has state-of-the-art sound and video, a refreshment bar, an entertainer’s lounge and kitchen, and an expansive library. Since opening its doors, The Cup has hosted an eclectic mix of local performers and popular Christian artists such as Shawn McDonald and SuperChick, among many others.
Concerts are held Friday and Saturday nights from 6:30 until 10:30pm with shows almost always starting at 7:30pm. Attendees love the venue’s inviting atmosphere, which lends itself to a close, one-on-one artist / audience relationship unlike most conventional concert venues. Because of this, the Cup O’ Joy has been a Best of the Bay finalist in the Best Live Music category every year since 2010. Daddy D Productions 517 Lacona Ct., Green Bay 920-544-4244Website | Map
Daddy D Productions started as a group of friends with a simple idea: good music, good friends, good food, and good clean humor! They put on shows at the Riverside Ballroom, located in Green Bay’s ... Read More East side. Several nights each month, they wow audiences with their unique brand of humor, reverence, and fantastic voices.
Their shows generally revolve around a decade in pop culture, and they include original music and theatrical performances. Some shows take on an entire genre, such as Classic Country. Their Christmas shows are always a special treat that fans look forward to each year. Daddy D Productions offers two show options: show only or show plus dinner. The dinner options are sure to please - whether it’s a traditional Midwest chicken dinner, tenderloin, orange roughy or veggie lasagna.
It just takes one show to become a loyal fan. Take it from this audience member who said, "This show was one of the nicest productions we had ever seen. A tastefully done show with very talented performers. Humorous, but in good taste. The staging, the costumes, the performers and the band were outstanding. This show could be performed on any stage in America, including Broadway, Branson, and Las Vegas." If you’re looking for something different to do rather than another movie or cover band in a crowded bar, see a Daddy D Productions show! De Pere High School 1761 Martinwood Ct, De Pere 920-337-9699Website | Map Dinner Detective Murder Mystery Show 1015 Lombardi Ave., Green Bay 866-496-0535Website | Map
America’s largest interactive comedy murder mystery dinner theatre show is now playing in Green Bay! Solve a hilarious mystery while you feast on a fantastic dinner. Just beware! The culprit ... Read More is hiding in plain sight somewhere in the room, and you may find yourself as a Prime Suspect before you know it! Join us for an event that is very different from a traditional murder mystery dinner show. Our actors are not dressed in costume and are hidden in the audience! This results in a fun, social and interactive evening suitable for all adults. Each ticket includes our signature award-winning murder mystery dinner theatre show, along with a full plated dinner, waitstaff gratuity, and plenty of surprises during the show. Hosting a party or private event? We specialize in custom private events for companies, groups, and organizations of almost every size! We can host your event at the Hyatt Regency Green Bay, or we can bring a show to your home, business, or venue anywhere in the Green Bay area. Duck Creek Golf Center 345 Village Ct., Green Bay 920-498-2797Website | Map
Whether you’re trying to work on your long driving golf game, master the art of putting or want a fun miniature golf game with the family, Duck Creek Golf Center is the place to go. You’ll ... Read More be teeing up your ball on real grass at the driving range while aiming at numerous flag-targets at various distances to practice many different scenarios you would find on a golf course. The practice putting green allows you to perfect your putter and make any tweaks to your final approach to the hole before playing an actual round.
The miniature golf course provides great family fun and competition. There are plenty of obstacles you would expect to find while mini golfing. The course is nicely laid out with some water hazards to add even more challenges while bringing some natural beautification to the landscape.
Duck Creek Golf Center is located just off Interstate 41 in the northwestern Green Bay Village of Howard. www.duckcreekgolfcenter.com Summer Hours Driving Range: Sunday – Saturday 10:00am – one hour before sunset Mini Golf: Sunday – Saturday 10:00am – Done playing at dark
Edge VR Arcade 2642 Packerland Dr., Green Bay 920-393-9343Website | Map
Green Bay has a new home for fun! Come experience the next level of entertainment at Edge VR Arcade & Gamers Lounge. We have a wide variety of games for kids and ... Read More adults.
Never tried virtual reality before? No problem! It’s easy to jump in and be transported to an entirely new world. Don’t just watch the game, go inside it! Play solo or join your friends in epic VR matches. And hey, if you're not much of a gamer we've got you covered. There are tons of casual experiences that are fun and easy to pick up for people of all ages.
Walk-in or reserve your time in advance by booking on our website. At Edge VR, our Booth VR stations have a wide assortment of games and experiences, and our Racing Simulators puts you behind the wheel of realistic race cars. Whatever your age, whatever your play style, there is a game for you!
On the Edge Gamers Lounge side, rent one or multiple of our Xbox and PC stations during our open rental time or join your friends and compete together or against each other in our various Esports tournaments and social events!
Come for the fun games and stay for the delicious food and drinks. Menu is available on our website.
Pricing ranges from $5-$34 with discounts for multiple players!
Emerald City Nails 2482 Babcock Rd., Green Bay 920-888-0219Map
Welcome to Emerald City Nails and Spa! We are the only Native American owned and operated salon in Green Bay. We offer services for nails and hair! You can find in our salon ... Read More all your nail and foot needs as well as haircuts for men and updos for women. We are very open to your needs, come with a design for your nails and we can make it happen. Running short on time for an updo or just want your hair done for a night out, we can help! Emerald City Nail and Spa also gives 5 dollars off to all veterans, so if you're a vet please let us know when you walk in. Located minutes from the airport and Oneida casino! We have very modern and bright walls , everything is open and relaxing. Come alone or with friends we are here for you.
Epic Event Center 2351 Holmgren Way, Ashwaubenon 920-399-3742Website | Map
Epic Event Center is a state of the art venue hosting a broad range of events from comedy, country, rock and everything in between. This is the place to be for live entertainment!Escape Room Wisconsin 985 Centennial St., Green Bay 920-731-2583Website | Map
Escape Room Wisconsin. Highly themed adventures for family, friends and co-workers. Great for fun and team building. Party room available for private or corporate events. Escape Rooms are a type of ... Read More immersive adventure game in which people are “locked” in a heavily themed or decorated room with other participants and have to use elements of the room to solve a series of puzzles, find clues, and escape the room within a set time limit.
The games are based on “escape the room” video games in which the player is locked inside a room and must explore his or her surroundings in order to escape. Players must be observant and use their critical thinking skills to escape the room. Other inspirations include adventure board games and movies.
Each game integrates local concepts or original themes to settings. For example, some games require you to escape prison cells, space stations or werewolf villages. The possibilities on design and themes are endless!
Escape Room Wisconsin houses a number of different themed escape rooms. Room themes and puzzles will change yearly to bring fresh, new and exciting gaming and team building experiences. Finger Road Baseball & Softball Complex 3385 Finger Road, Green Bay 920-448-3365Map First Group 1840 Lime Kiln Rd., Green Bay 920-468-6515Website | Map
Charter school bus rentals are an affordable way to provide transportation for your large group. Whether you are heading to a corporate retreat, bringing your wedding party around town or heading to the ... Read More big game, First Student will work with you to ensure an enjoyable transportation experience. When you choose First Student for your charter services, you receive the expertise that comes with being the largest and safest school bus provider in the industry.
They can provide service for any size event from one bus for 40 people or a fleet of buses to transport hundreds. For your large events, First Student can provide everything from logistics planning to on-site coordination so you can relax and enjoy the trip. Every bus is superbly maintained and driven by skilled professionals.
Request a quote from First Group Charter Bus to turn your transportation needs over to trusted professionals. You can also call 866.541.8747 to talk with a local booking agent. Fish Anytime Charters 1120 S. 6th St., De Pere 920-241-0543Website | Map
Catch walleye day or night from the Bay of Green Bay aboard a guided fishing trip on USCG Captain David's fully equipped Nitro ZV21 powered with a 350hp Mercury Verado, Nitro's largest sized walleye boat. ... Read More The mobility of a trailer allows us to target the hottest bite when and where it's happening. Perfectly sized and powered for a guided outing for 1-4 family members or fishing buddies. Captain David has been catching walleye for over 25 years on the Bay of Green Bay. Whether it's jigging, trolling crawler harnesses, or using crankbaits, catching walleye anytime of the day or night is his specialty. Because of his specialized focus, most trips net 10 to 55 walleye per outing! All bait and equipment is provided, just bring your fishing license. Let walleye fishing guide, Captain David, with Fish Anytime Charters guide you to your limit of walleye and take the guesswork out of fishing the Bay of Green Bay. Whether you're hunting for a trophy walleye or a family dinner, you'll have a trip to remember! Find rates and more information at www.FishAnytime.com. Fort Howard Park 2172 South Broadway, Green Bay 920-437-1840Map
Fort Howard Park offers playground equipment, horseshoe pit, basketball court, softball diamond, splashpad, lighted tennis courts and volleyball posts (you must bring your own equipment). Fox River State Recreational Trail P.O. Box 23600, Green Bay 920-448-4466Website | Map
The Fox River State Recreational Trail stretches 20 miles from downtown Green Bay to the Brown/Calumet County line along a former rail corridor. The trail continues into Calumet County for additional miles. ... Read More From the Trailhead, approximately 10.5 miles of the urban section of the trail is asphalt-paved to Lasee Road. From Lasee Road south to the county line the trail is surfaced with limestone screenings.
The Fox River Trail corridor has a rich history, beginning with the Native Americans who used footpaths to travel between their villages located along the river. The early French explorers, missionaries, and traders built their posts and missions along these trails. Later, a military road was built along portions of the corridor linking Green Bay to Milwaukee. In 1873, the Milwaukee and Northern Railway Company purchased the corridor and the first trains began making regular runs between the Green Bay and Milwaukee markets. Trains would continue to run on the corridor for the next 116 years as ownership passed from one railroad to another. In 1989, regular rail service was discontinued, signaling the end of one era, and the beginning of another with the development of the Fox River Trail.
In 2001, a collaborative effort between the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources and Brown County Parks was formed for the development of the Fox River State Trail.
Trail Hours: 5 am to 9 pm daily
Trail Pass Required: An annual state trail pass or a daily pass is required for anyone 16 years of age and over to use the trail for bicycling, in-line skating, skateboarding and horseback riding. Walking is free. Passes are available online, at trail kiosks along the way, from the park office, or from one of many vendors in the community. All funds are deposited to a segregated account and are used solely for trail maintenance.
Walking, Bicycling, In-line Skating & Skateboarding: The trail consists of 10.5 miles of smooth asphalt surface and 9.5 miles of packed limestone surface which makes it an ideal location for all of these uses.
A "Health Trail" along a portion of the trail in Allouez provides trail users with an outdoor fitness challenge course. Also located in the Allouez section of the trail is St. Francis Park. With its picturesque gazebo, restroom building and park benches overlooking the Fox River, St. Francis Park provides a relaxing resting spot for trail users.
Horseback Riding: The southern portion of the trail, south of Highway 96 in the Village of Greenleaf allows horseback riding on the gravel surface.
Dog Friendly: The second half of your family is welcome on the trail, as long as they remain on a leash 5-foot or less and owners must carry a waste pick-up bag with them at all times.
Motorized vehicles including ATVs and off-road motorcycles are not permitted.
Winter Activities: Sections of the urban, paved portion of the trail will be plowed during the winter months. Users should use caution and be alert for slippery conditions.
The limestone and the paved portion which remains unplowed are open to cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, however, the trail is not groomed and skiers and snowshoers must share the trail with snowmobilers.
Snowmobiles are permitted on the trail from Fair Road in Greenleaf, south to Man Cal Road. No snowmobiles or motorized vehicles are allowed on the asphalt trail segment. Please check with Brown County Parks before heading out to the snowmobile trails to make certain they are open.
Directions: The Trailhead of the Fox River Trail is located near downtown Green Bay at the junction of Porlier Street and Adams Street, just south of the Mason Street bridge. Parking near the trailhead is available on Adams Street, and on weekends in the lot located under the Mason Street Bridge. Parking is also available at the Fox Point Boat Launch facility, Voyageur Park, Bomier Boat Launch and the corner of Klaus and Follett Streets in Greenleaf.
See Green Bay from the water! FOXY PADDLER is a 22 passenger 35 Foot Party Pontoon Boat taking tours of the Fox River in downtown GREEN BAY.
Group tours or seat by seat tours with up to ... Read More 22 Passengers. Riders can sit at one of the 12 bikes in the pedal station and power the boat’s paddle wheel, relax in the lounge area, or mill around the boat. You may choose to stop at 1-2 bars along the river route if weather, dock availability and speed of stop permit. Tours include: licensed Captain & First Mate, bathroom, bottled water, cooler w/ice, Foxy Can Coozie. Each rider is allowed to bring four 12oz OR three 16oz of aluminum canned alcoholic beverages under 15% ABV aboard the boat for the tour. All tours start and end at Leicht Park (128 Dousman St., Green Bay). Arrive 30-45 minutes before your departure time. Sign waivers, and get ready to have fun. Be sure to bring a Photo ID. Tours are sure to equal FUN! Full info & booking available at FoxyPaddler.com. Foxy Pedaler 231 N. Broadway, Green Bay 920-435-3699Website | Map
GROUP TOURS or SEAT by SEAT TOURS with up to 14 Passengers - 10 Pedalers & 4 Sitters. Starting at $25 per rider. Venture on ... Read More a 2 hour Loop in the downtown Green Bay area covering 2-4 miles, with 1 to 3 stops at Bar & Eateries. Licensed Driver, Cooler & Sound System provided. Bring your own snacks & water. Purchase 36 oz of Beer & Wine Coolers per Person for the ride.Enjoy a custom route through downtown Green Bay traveling down Washington or Broadway Street. Stop at your favorite bars or discover fun new establishments. Your personal driver will guide you through the route and get you to your destinations. The driver will also make sure you're having a great time!
All tours start and end at Keggers Bar (231 N. Broadway, Green Bay). Arrive 30 - 45 minutes before your tour time. Sign waivers, grab a drink, put in your drink order for the road (you're just responsible for pedaling - with motor assistance - and your personal driver keeps you safe by steering!), and get ready to have fun. Be sure to bring a Photo ID.
Full info & booking available at FoxyPedaler.com. Green Bay Austin Straubel International Airport 2077 Airport Dr., Green Bay 920-498-4800Website | Map
Austin Straubel International Airport is the hub of Green Bay travel. As the official airport of Green Bay, GRB services over a quarter of a million people each year, seeing almost 50,000 flights annually. ... Read More The airport serves northeastern Wisconsin business and leisure flights, fixed base operators, private plane charters and all other airline travel.
This is the closest airport to Lambeau Field, home of the Green Bay Packers. The many hotels near the airport make traveling into or out of Green Bay a convenient, hassle-free process. Austin Straubel International Airport is currently serving Atlanta, Chicago, Detroit and Minneapolis, Denver and Orlando via several airlines, including Delta Air Lines.
The parking facilities at Austin Straubel offer visitors 1,781 long-term and 210 short-term parking spaces. All parking is directly in front of the terminal building for convenient access to airport services. Parking pricing is available by the hour, by the day or even weekly. Pricing information can be found here. Fly GRB and get to Green Bay. Green Bay Blizzard Professional Indoor Football 1241 Lombardi Access Rd., Green Bay 920-405-1264Website | Map
The Green Bay Blizzard is a professional arena football team that plays in the Indoor Football League. The players attack each game with a competitiveness to win and for the love of the game. With that ... Read More combination and a Green Bay Packers alum, Ahman Green, as part owner, fans are sure to watch great football.
The family-friendly environment of Green Bay Blizzard games offers enjoyment to kids and adults alike. The Green Bay Blizzard play home games inside the Resch Center, as part of the Brown County Memorial Arena Complex. The indoor football field set-up allows fans to be right up against the walls of the field allowing fans to be near the action.
There are plenty of ticket options for fans to enjoy the games. You can purchase single game tickets or multiple game packs with a flex plan to enjoy even more Green Bay Blizzard. The Party Pit and other suites make great group outings.
Green Bay Escape & Axe offers both 5-star escape room experiences and very addicting axe throwing. We are located on Green Bay's southwest side just three blocks from historic Lambeau Field ... Read More and the Titletown entertainment district. Gather family, friends, teams and co-workers for something VERY different. We offer unique escape and axe combos for both small and large groups. We serve beer and wine in our axe throwing suite with several catering options available for your group.
Green Bay Gamblers 820 Armed Forces Dr., Green Bay 920-405-1256Website | Map
Since the Green Bay Gamblers inaugural season in 1994, the organization has proven to be one of the marquee hockey programs in North America. Team has eclipsed 100,000 in single-season attendance 11 of ... Read More the last 13 years. On average, team draws 3,376 fans per game. Bigger promotions, such as the Wiener Dog Race and Teddy Bear Toss consistently sell out the 8,000 seat Resch Center.
On the ice, the Gamblers have captured four National Championships, while moving many of its players onto the collegiate and professional ranks. Alumni include Stanley Cup Champions, Ryan Carter (Anaheim Ducks 2007) Adam Burish (Chicago Blackhawks 2010), Matt Greene (Los Angeles Kings 2012 & 2014) and Jon Cooper (Tampa Bay Lightning 2020 & 2021). Team roster includes players from the United States, Canada, and Europe.
Team plays its home games at the Resch Center. For tickets or additional information about the team go to www.gamblershockey.com Green Bay Metro 901 University Avenue, Green Bay 920-448-3450Website | Map
Green Bay Metro busing is a great option to get around the city without having to worry about driving. The ease of figuring out routes and planning out trips to your destination are simple, with Green ... Read More Bay Metro's online trip planner.
Be sure to take advantage of the Packers Game Day Routes offered for free. In addition, Route 8 - "Green Line" and Route 9 - "Gold Line" are free routes offered year-round as a convenient connection between Downtown Green Bay and Titletown, free of charge. The free routes run each weekday between 5:15 a.m. and 9:45 p.m., as well as Saturdays from 7:15 a.m. to 6:45 p.m. Buses run every 30 minutes, with stops that serve Lambeau Field at Lombardi Avenue and Titletown on Ridge Road. Find route maps & schedules here. Green Bay Preble High School 920-863-8806Website Green Bay Rockers 2231 Holmgren Way, Green Bay 920-497-7225Website | Map
Green Bay’s Northwoods League baseball team the Green Bay Rockers play at Capital Credit Union Park in Ashwaubenon, just blocks away from Lambeau Field. With seating for 4,000 on gamedays, a ... Read More Rockers game is the perfect outing for groups, families and corporate events. Grab yourself a stadium seat or get a box to watch this great American sport.
The team hosts many special family nights and events throughout the season. See the ball dog at work and get your photo taken with the team mascot. You’ll find the team store on site to purchase your favorite team merchandise and apparel. Tickets for Green Bay Rockers baseball games can be purchased individually over the phone, online or in person. You can purchase single-game tickets, multi-game ticket packages or rent out group areas. Enjoy the site and sounds of the ballpark, grab a hot dog and some booyah, and enjoy a Green Bay Rockers baseball game! New team merchandise will be available beginning December 14, 2021. Green Bay Rockers complete schedule
Green Bay Southwest High School -Website Green Bay Tennis Center 1516 Fernando Drive, De Pere 920-347-3080Website | Map
Green Bay Tennis Center is an indoor facility with six tennis courts available to play year-round. The facility was designed to include the most important aspects of indoor tenis: court surface, lighting ... Read More and climate control. Green Bay Voyageurs 2231 Holmgren Way, Green Bay 920-497-7225Website | Map
Providing the highest level of soccer in the area, the Green Bay Voyageurs roster features players on their way to a professional career. Games from May to August. Green Bay Voyageurs FC is a club that ... Read More will be built for, by and of the people of Northeastern Wisconsin. It was launched as Green Bay’s first summer collegiate soccer team by Big Top Soccer on October 27, 2018. The club will play at the new Capital Credit Union Park in USL League Two beginning with the 2019 season. Green Bay West High School 966 Shawano Avenue, Green Bay 920-492-2600Map Green Isle Park 2500 Greene Ave., Green Bay 920-448-2804Website | Map
Located along the East River, Green Isle Park offers hiking, biking, shelter rental, baseball, softball, tennis and playground. The large shelter is available for rentals year-round. Haberdasher Co 335 N. Washington St., Green Bay 920-437-9661Website | Map
A curation of casual and fine men's clothing for every occasion!Heritage Hill State Park: Military Muster at Fort Howard 2640 S. Webster Avenue, Green Bay 920-448-5150Website | Map
Group Size: Minimum: 10 | Maximum: ... Read More 60
Duration: 1.5 - 2 hours
Availability: April, May, September, October: Saturdays & Sundays | June through August: Tuesday - Saturday, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. & Sunday, Noon - 4 p.m. Experience what life would have been like at a frontier military post in the 1830s, as you enlist and take on the persona of a real soldier who served at Fort Howard. Visit the country's oldest standing military hospital and learn about treatments for common ailments during the 19th century. Learn about and participate in some of the daily duties and tasks of a soldier. Make a historic recipe and take home a taste of the past.
Programs must be booked a minimum of two weeks prior to the desired date.
Payment is due upon booking, and no refunds will be given unless Heritage Hill cancels the program.
Programs will take place rain or shine.
Contact: Front Desk - 920-448-5150 Cost Per Person: $25 Hertz 1964 Airport Dr., Green Bay 920-498-6400Website | Map
Hertz is a great choice for renting a car in Northeast Wisconsin when you're on business or vacation. As the largest US car rental company by sales, Hertz knows what it takes to provide its customers with ... Read More a quality rental car experience. Whether you are looking to rent a luxury car brand, larger vehicle to fit more people or an environmentally-friendly car, Hertz has the automobile for you.
With a rental office located right in the Austin Straubel International Airport, getting around Green Bay is really convenient. Rent a car as soon as you land in Green Bay and return it right before you depart, all in the same location; all at an affordable rate.
Discover exciting ways to decorate your home or business at Homestead Dcor. They carry a wide selection of furniture and accessories to complement and enhance your look. Their unique decorative home accents ... Read More are perfect for any style.
If you're looking for a gift for someone, you'll be sure to find something they will love in the inventory of baby gifts, bath and body care, home cleaning and fragrance products. Homestead Dcor believes caring for the home should be luxurious, and their products certainly reflect that. Homestead Dcor carries some of the finest brand names like Vera Bradley, Bonn Bonn, Brighton and Sister's Gourmet dips and mixes.
Homestead Dcor's shop is located on the east side of Green Bay where Highway 172 meets Interstate 43 near many other shopping and dining options.
Located just 5 miles south of Door County, Wisconsin in Algoma's historic downtown. Hotel Stebbins is just 2 blocks from Lake Michigan and close to the beach, boardwalk, marina, winery, shopping, art studios ... Read More and the Ahnapee Trail. It is Algoma's only full-service hotel, owner-operated, and proudly provides a unique and personalized lodging experience. The historic hotel has seen significant upgrades recently and now boasts a variety of themed standard rooms and suites.
In-room amenities include K-cup or 12-cup coffeemakers, flat screen televisions, ironing board systems, blow dryers, refrigerators and individual air conditioning controls. Other amenities include rooms with separate sitting areas, sofa sleepers, full vanities and rollaway beds. Traveling with a party? Reserve The Suite Epiphany, the full kitchen suite which was newly constructed in 2015. Beautifully decorated with an open concept feel, high ceilings, oversized tiled custom shower and separate vanity, two queen beds and a queen sofa sleeper. Full amenities include custom kitchen, including stove, refrigerator, microwave, dishwasher, 12 cup coffee maker, dish ware and cooking ware. The Suite Epiphany sleeps a maximum of 6 people. No matter who you're traveling with, The Hotel Stebbins has a unique and affordable option for you.
The supper club and bar will enhance your stay with wonderful food and spirits. Enjoy nightly specials including Friday Fish Fry and Saturday Steak and Seafood Specials. After a day of shopping, fishing, or snowmobiling, check out the lounge and game room featuring 105 year-old original tin ceilings and a warm, welcoming fireplace. Idlewild Community Park 2999 Lakeview Dr., Suamico 920-434-2212Website | Map
Idlewild Community Park is an approximately 55-acre park. The park includes one lighted softball field, one baseball field, three youth fields and two tennis courts. A concession stand, playground ... Read More equipment, pavilion and seasonal shelter are located on the park grounds. Jim Martin Park 255 Libal St., De Pere 920-339-4050Website | Map
Jim Martin Park is located on the east side of De Pere and features three soccer fields, an outdoor basketball court, a play ground and restrooms. Josten Park 2280 Town Hall Road, Bellevue 920-468-5225Website | Map Kayak Wisconsin 920-371-2836 - T
Kayak Wisconsin is a local small business with self-serve kayak rentals on the Fox River. To rent kayaks, visit kayakwis.com to sign a waiver and pay fees. You’ll need to book your reservation ... Read More at least two hours in advance to give our team time to set up your Bluetooth access. It’s super easy to access your equipment (life jackets and paddles included with all rentals).
The kayak racks are conveniently located next to kayak launch areas. You’ll re-rack your kayaks at the same place you took them from. We suggest going against the current first, to make your return trip very easy. If you have questions, text 920-371-2836. We have clinics teaching how to kayak-if you want to participate in those, follow us on Facebook or visit our website to watch for upcoming events Kelly Danen Park 931 Cedar St., De Pere 920-339-4050Website | Map
Kelly Danen Park offers two youth baseball or softball diamonds and batting cages to practice or warm-up before the big game. The park also has concessions and restrooms.Kohler Waters Spa at Lodge Kohler 1950 S. Ridge Rd., Green Bay 920-327-4605Website | Map
Whether you're looking to relax or reinvigorate, KOHLER Waters SPA at LODGE KOHLER is an elegant, classically styled sanctuary designed to treat the mind, body and soul. In addition to our many innovative ... Read More spa services, guests can indulge in our coed sauna, steam room and cool plunge pool. Unlike any other spa experience in the country, our state-of-the-art Hydromassage Experience Pool takes restoration to the next level. Custom designed by Kohler's hydro experts and built exclusively for LODGE KOHLER, this unique amenity provides an experience you won't soon forget-or find anywhere else in this country.Kompelling™ Kars 520 N. Broadway, Green Bay 920-403-0757Website | Map
Hey there, I’m Miles Anthony Smith, an all-star host on Turo. If you need a rental car in Green Bay, WI, you’re in the right place. I have 3 premium vehicles (and plans ... Read More to grow my fleet soon) for you to book while you’re in the area.
What defines “premium”? Well, all of my cars are the top trim package for that model and have these features: · Leather seats · Heated seats (1 vehicle even has rear heated seats!) · Power everything · Bluetooth connectivity · Front wheel, AWD, or 4WD (great for inclement weather, especially Wisconsin winters) · Premium Bose® sound system (your ears will be bathed in amazing sound quality) · Seat 5-7 people · Backup camera · Sunroof · Preventative maintenance=peace of mind (I take great care of my cars and did so for 20+ years before I started renting on Turo.)
Whether you are here for a Green Bay Packers football game, visiting Door County, taking in a concert or event at the Resch Complex, in town for business, or simply visiting your friends and family, I’m here to serve you and make sure your car rental experience is stellar! I pride myself on keeping my cars immaculately clean. That’s why I jumped at the chance to complete the enhanced cleaning and disinfection training on Turo. If you didn’t know, the training includes all the latest CDC, EPA, and WHO recommendations. You can always rely on my cars being super clean and in great shape. I will disinfect things before handing off my vehicle to you as a courtesy. I boast a 100% response rate with a response time of 3 minutes. As you can tell, I stay on top of things around here. If you need a Green Bay car rental, you can count on me to respond within minutes to your inquiry.
Lamers Bus Lines, Inc 2407 South Point Rd., Green Bay 920-496-3600Website | Map
Lamers Bus Lines is a premier transportation company with divisions that specialize in charter services, escorted tours and custom tour planning. Lamers is a one-stop transportation source with a large, ... Read More meticulously maintained fleet of vehicles that include school buses, deluxe motorcoach buses, executive coach buses, mini-coach buses, trolley buses, vans, limousines and limo coaches.
As the largest transportation solutions provider in Wisconsin, Lamers knows the area like nobody else and will ensure your travel needs are met with absolutely no worry from the customer. As you are planning your event, trip or tour, Lamers staff is on-call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to answer your questions or concerns as they come up. Lamers continually receives the highest ratings from the Department of Transportation.
Your safety is the number one concern at Lamers Bus Lines. Lamers office is located just off of Highway 172 near Austin Straubel International Airport. They will travel wherever your needs require. To begin planning your outing, contact Lamers Bus Lines for all of your transportation needs. Leicht Memorial Park 128 Dousman St., Green Bay 920-448-3365Website | Map
Leicht Memorial Park is located on the west bank of the Fox River in Downtown Green Bay. Enjoy summer festivals and concerts by the water. The park offers a picnic area. Let Me Be Frank Productions: Let Me Be Part of the Show 305 S. Broadway, Green Bay 920-371-4070Website | Map
Location: Meyer Theatre Group Size: Minimum: 48 | Maximum: 120 Duration: ... Read More 3.5 hours (One hour prior to the performance with meal, a two-hour long show plus a 30-minute talk back session after conclusion of show) Availability: Available for Let Me Be Frank performances during the standard show schedule at the Meyer Theatre or by special request. Availability is also conditional on the schedule of the Backstage at the Meyer venue where the signature experience will be held. Each one of our six shows are originally written stories and include popular music of decades past. How do we keep coming up with new ideas? Well, here's your chance to see and be a part of an exclusive behind-the-scenes aspect of one of our shows. Gather your friends, family, co-workers or even complete strangers and participate in Let Me Be Part of the Show. We share a modified version of the creative process that comes with writing a Let Me Be Frank Productions show. With the assistance of well-established writing partners, Frank Hermans and Pat Hibbard, YOU get to insert them into our show. You will see your ideas come to life by our talented cast on the Meyer Theatre stage - all within a few hours of time! You'll sit back, relax and enjoy our performance all while paying attention to see where your ideas, jokes and suggestions make it into our show. After the show is completed, we gather once again to chat about how and where we were able to make the performance a completely one-of-a-kind and personalized show! It's an SNL skit, mashed with a choose-your-own-adventure show all with a concert in between featuring our stellar vocalists and the best band in the land. We'll leave you laughing and wondering, "How did they do that?" during this unforgettable experience! Contact: Frank Hermans - 920-371-4070 Cost Per Person: Show & Meal: $59, Show only: $39 | Christmas Show & Meal: $65, Show only: $43-45 Book NowLS Boutique 2058 Allouez Ave., Green Bay 920-469-2530Website | Map
Your go-to boutique for the latest in women’s fashion, LS Boutique offers the latest in women's fashion. Beautiful accessories, shoes and jewelry. LS Boutique is proud to carry many name brands not ... Read More often found anywhere else in the area.
LS Boutique specializes in Brighton Jewelry and is the only boutique to carry it in the Green Bay area. At LS Boutique, you can find fashion for all ages and any budget. LS Boutique believes true beauty can be exemplified when someone feels fantastic in what they are wearing…and they will help you find your perfect item.
This boutique shopping is located on Green Bay’s east side near Highway 172 and Interstate 43.
Monday & Friday 10:00am – 6:00pm Tuesday-Thursday 10:00am - 8:00pm Saturday 10:00am – 5:00pm Sunday 10:00am – 4:00pm Lyric Room 233 N. Broadway, Green Bay 920-884-1159Website | Map
Lyric Room @ Keggers is Green Bay's must see micro music and event venue. The Lyric Room brings to it's stage a variety of local talent and national touring acts from all over the US. The intimate ... Read More venue will allow you to experience all genres, from Punk to Bluegrass, Indie to Hardcore. Be sure to visit their website LyricRoomGreenBay.com to check out the upcoming lineup. The room can handle more than just live music, from showers, to private events & wedding receptions. The room is complete with a fully stocked bar, complete stage and digital Behringer X32 PA system. Connected by a door is Keggers bar, a corner bar with happy hour chatter, nightly drink specials and late night party atmosphere you'll always find something to do at Keggers.Mountain Bay State Recreational Trail 920-448-4466Website
This 83-mile trail stretches from the Village of Howard to the eastern end of Wausau. The Mountain Bay Trail offers year-round recreation to both the casual and the outdoor enthusiasts. Bikers, ... Read More hikers and snowmobilers welcome. National Railroad Museum: Working on the Railroad 2285 S. Broadway, Green Bay 920-437-7623 extWebsite | Map
Location:National Railroad Museum Group Size: Minimum: 10 | Maximum: 35 Duration: ... Read More 2 hours (Please add additional time to your visit for assembling group, visiting Museum Store, exploring other exhibits if available). Availability: March - October Go behind the scenes at the National Railroad Museum to explore the history and evolution of the railroad industry. Discover the archives and artifacts to see first-hand how the Museum staff curates and creates the artifacts into amazing exhibits of railroad history. Learn how the Museum acquires their trains and all the work that goes behind restoring an original locomotive during a visit to the shop facility. Learn from experts about the design, development and creation of the exhibits currently on display.
Your behind-the-scenes experience will take you to:
The Showroom - home to the Railroad Museum's train exhibits
Archives - the Museum's research center, and
The Shop Facility - where restoration work is completed.
Experience the National Railroad Museum like you've never seen before. Notes:
Absolutely no one under age 18 permitted.
No open-toe shoes permitted.
The program involves extensive walking and standing over uneven ground.
Although most of the program is conducted indoors, patrons will be outdoors to access the Museum shop.
Not all the spaces visited on this program are handicap accessible.
Contact: Bob Lettenberger - 920-437-7623 Cost Per Person: $20 Neville Public Museum: Bridging Communities: Artifacts & Art 210 Museum Place, Green Bay 920-448-7840Website | Map
Location:Neville Public Museum Group Size: Minimum: 15 | Maximum: 60 Duration: ... Read More 2 hours Availability: Tuesday, Noon - 8 p.m. & Wednesday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Go behind the scenes of the Neville Public Museum to learn how the artifacts and exhibits bridge communities and connect generations. You will learn about the history and heritage of Brown County through a group of curated artifacts. Next, go behind the scenes to the museum's archives to see how the collection is curated, cataloged and cared for by the expert staff. Finally, see the art collection at the Neville which has been the foundation of the museum for more than 100 years! Select two or all three experiences from the following to build your itinerary for the day:
Collections Storage Tour- You'll venture into the museum's mysterious "third floor" where artifacts not on display are kept. Staff will share just a few of the hidden gems in the collection that demonstrate the diversity of the artifacts that live right here in Green Bay. Be prepared for the unexpected!
Our Brown County Tour - Explore our newest exhibit with one of the museum staff members who helped create it! You'll hear stories about the artifacts that go "beyond the labels," and get insight into how an exhibit like this is produced and brought to life.
Outdoor Art Tour - Everyday thousands of people drive by the museum, but most don't know the stories of how these works came to reside on the museum's grounds. Discover how locally-produced artwork has been the foundation of the Neville Public Museum for more than 100 years, and how art can help us understand our place in history.
All signature experiences also include a group welcome as well as time to visit the gift shop. Book your group at least three weeks in advance of arrival date. Notes:
Cancellations and reschedules must be made at least two weeks in advance of the original date.
A minimum rate will be charged for any group less than 15 participants ($225 for two experiences or $300 for three experiences).
All three experiences are walking tours with limited opportunities to site. We suggest visitors wear comfortable shoes, and those participating in the Outdoor Art Tour should come dressed for the weather, as this experience takes place outdoors.
Food, drink and large bags are not allowed in exhibit areas. Please consider leaving these items on the bus. If you're not able to do so, they can be left in the coat room, the large group introduction area or checked with the information desk.
Bus drivers are welcome to park in the rear of our lot, or alongside the building. Parking may be subject to availability if other events are happening in the building on the day of your visit.
Contact: Ryan Swadley - 920-448-7840 Cost Per Person: $20 Book NowNEW Zoo & Adventure Park: Insider's Encounter 4378 Reforestation Rd, Green Bay 920-662-2402Website | Map
Location: NEW Zoo & Adventure Park Group Size: Minimum: 15 | Maximum: 50 Duration: 90 ... Read More minutes Availability: Year round, except October Book a wild adventure at the NEW Zoo with an Insider’s Encounter. See the inner workings of the Zoo’s Nutrition Center and Animal Hospital. Experience a private encounter with zoo animals such as the Aldabra tortoises, penguins, or the giraffes! You’ll learn all about the wild ways zoo staff care for the animals from the experts and enjoy experiences you can’t get anywhere else. Notes:
For safety reasons, children must be accompanied by an adult.
Tour content is best for audiences over the age of 8, but all ages are welcome.
Groups larger than 17 people will be split into smaller groups and rotated through the different areas during the program.
The Zoo reserves the right to cancel any tour due to unforeseen circumstances. The Zoo will contact you to reschedule your tour.
Payment for Insider's Encounter at the Zoo is due within 10 days of booking. Programs cancelled up to 1 week before the date of the program will receive a 50% refund.
If it becomes necessary to reschedule your tour for another date, you may do so by calling at least 48 hours before the tour without incurring any additional charges. Tours cancelled with less than 48 hours’ notice will have 30 days to reschedule and may incur a $25 rescheduling fee. No refunds or rescheduling opportunities will be given for no call/no shows.
We welcome individuals with special needs. While all of our public spaces and visitor amenities are fully accessible, some of the behind-the-scenes areas visited through our tour program may not be. Please discuss any special needs or requirements with the Tour Agent prior to booking. We thank you in advance for understanding that in compliance with best practices for zoo animal welfare, as well as quarantine protocols outlined by federal regulations and the Association of Zoo and Aquarium accreditation standards, service animals are not permitted in our behind-the-scenes animal areas.
Contact: Angela Kawski - 920-662-2405 For September/April/May dates, we recommend reaching out at least two months in advance as dates fill quickly. Cost Per Person: $375 minimum for up to 15 people; $25 per person for 16 to 50 people (zoo admission included); Kids under 3 are free Book NowNoble Roots Brewing Company 2790 University Ave., Green Bay 920-489-2874Website | Map
Noble Roots Brewing Company--like many contemporary craft breweries--can trace its origin to a kitchen stove and a stockpot. Those first forays into homebrewing in 2009 sparked a passion for crafting beers ... Read More that moved them from five-gallon batches in the kitchen to a half-barrel system in the garage. 'Brew nights' were--and continue to be--a family affair. The feedback, support, and recognition of friends and the local brewing community pushed them to take the next step and found the brewery.
This east side brewery has a beautiful taproom with a welcoming atmosphere. It's a great place to have a beer any time of the year, and on a warm evening you can sip your beer on the outdoor patio or enjoy the fresh air in the taproom with the large 'garage door' open.
While still a new brewery on the scene, Noble Roots boasts an impressive slate of ales; including the citrusy Noble Roots IPA, the decadent Midnight Confection chocolate stout, and the fan favorite Blonde Belgian, among others. The brewery also puts out seasonal beers, and they recently introduced the Garage Series, through which they release very small batch experimental beers.
Noble Roots is proud to be a neighborhood brewery with delicious, approachable beer, a relaxed atmosphere and a homey feel. When you come in for a pint, the Noble Roots crew will welcome you into the family. Notre Dame Academy High School 610 Maryhill Dr., Green Bay -Map Oilerie 2300 Lineville Rd., Green Bay 920-857-2331Website | Map
The Oilerie, as seen on ABC's Shark Tank, has a shop located in Southeast Green Bay where only the finest ingredients produced in their production facility just south of Rome, Italy make it to the store ... Read More shelves! The concept for an olive oil shop was born when Curt and Amy Jo Campbell took a trip to Europe in 2003. They were amazed with the hand-crafted bottled olive oil found in boutiques throughout Poland. The Campbell's were bottling their own hand crafted olive oil six months later out of a small cottage in Wisconsin. The Oilerie is now the largest single store retailer of extra virgin olive oil in the United States. At The Oilerie, customers are encouraged to sample oils and aged balsamic before purchasing, in order to buy according to personal taste. The knowledgeable staff happily answers questions and assists customers looking for the perfect pairing of oils for their next dinner party. An assortment of natural, fresh products are available including flavored olive oils, nut oils, aged balsamic, natural body lotion, soap, spice rubs, pasta, olives and marinades. Open Monday - Saturday 11:00am - 4:00pm
Optimist Park 801 Cook St., De Pere 920-339-4050Website | Map
Optimist Park is located in De Pere, just south of Green Bay. The park features three youth ball diamonds, a basketball court, a soccer field and an open pavilion in the middle of the park.
You ... Read More will also find a play ground, restrooms and a concession stand available.Packers Heritage Trail Trolley Tours 1265 Lombardi Ave, Green Bay 920-569-7512Website | Map
The Packers Heritage Trail Trolley Tours will bring you around the city pointing out significant locations in the forming of the Green Bay Packers. This narrated tour features Curly Lambeau’s childhood ... Read More home, the packing plant and Bellevue Park - which was the Packers' first home, and historic City Stadium. More than 22 locations are featured as we tour Greater Green Bay in the climate-controlled comfort of the trolley.
For more information and to purchase tickets online, please visit packershofandtours.comPamperin Park 2801 County RK, Green Bay 920-448-6242Website | Map
Pamperin is the largest developed park in the county. With its beautiful picnic areas, playground and historic stone pavilion, it's a popular destination for family reunions, weddings and special ... Read More events. Paradise North Distillery Co. 920-328-9949Website
Paradise North Distillery is family owned and operated, established in 2021. The idea of running a distillery was born out of Tom Feld’s desire to own and operate a business in which he made the ... Read More actual product. Touring other distilleries and tasting quality spirits inspired Tom and his family to work towards making this dream a reality. Paradise North Distillery is an artisan distillery, manufacturing and selling premium hand-crafted, full-bodied spirits. This includes rum, whiskey, and vodka. We want to provide our customers with a unique craft distillery experience. Not only can you taste our spirits, but you can experience what it is you are buying. We offer tours, tastings, and other events that allow the customer to become a part of the distilling process. It is our hope that, after tasting our spirits, you will feel as if you are in paradise. Paradise North Distillery is located at 101 Bay Beach Road in Green Bay. Perkins Park 1598 Bond Street, Green Bay -Map Pete's Garage 142 N. Broadway, Green Bay 920-857-1690Website | Map
Pete's Garage is your one stop bike and ski shop for outdoor activities and recreation. We cater to cyclists and skiers of all levels, from families and weekend warriors to elite, pro-level athletes - ... Read More we have the gear and know how to help you achieve your goals and make the most of your time outdoors. We have the best brands in cycling, accessories and clothing, as well as offering a dedicated service department with certified bike techs and lightning fast turnarounds. We stock the top-of-the-line bikes the pros ride to bikes for beginners, and everything in between. Our showroom is among the largest in the region and features road, mountain, gravel, fat, eBikes, hybrid, comfort and kids bikes, to name a few. We offer in-season ski sales and service as well. With heavy offerings for Nordic and alpine skis, as well as snowboards, we're your destination for snow fun. Our service department works on all makes and models of skis and boards. Our clothing and accessory selection is second to none, and we have everything you need to hit the slopes or trails with confidence. In addition, Pete's Garage stocks an extensive selection of outerwear and casual clothing for the outdoor enthusiast no matter the season. Stop in for backpacks, hydration bottles and accessories and bike packing gear too. Stop in and see what's in Pete's Garage. PHM Webster Park Sports Complex 2111 Jourdain Ln., Green Bay 920-448-2800Website | Map Pioneer Park 2570 Timber Ln., Green Bay 920-492-2331Website | Map Player Alumni Resources, LLC 1631 Shallow Creek Ct., Green Bay 920-737-4769Website | Map
It's no secret that the city of Green Bay holds Packers players in a high celebrity status. Oftentimes, even when players leave the Green Bay Packers because of a trade or retirement, those who wore the ... Read More Green and Gold are still highly esteemed. Player Alumni Resources aspires to create memorable experiences for Green Bay Packers fans. You can relive Packers' history with the players who have made the team what it is today by having Green Bay Packers alumni attend your next golf outing, speaking engagement, public appearances or fishing excursions. Player Alumni Resources has a list of participating former Packers players who are active in these events.
Player Alumni Resources is committed to keeping Green Bay Packers' history and tradition alive for generations to come with previous generations. Increasing the interaction of former Green Bay Packers players with Wisconsin communities, organizations and fans of all ages will create special memories for Cheeseheads.
Create customized experiences with Green Bay Packers Alumni that will attract prospects, engage clients and create awareness of your message in ways that are enjoyable. Contact Player Alumni Resources to get more details. PMI Entertainment Group 820 Armed Forces Dr., Green Bay 920-497-5664Website | Map
This complex includes the Resch Center, an area with 12,200 general admission capacity and the Resch Expo, 125,000square feet of pillar-free space, in a three hall design. Resch Expo, opened in 2021, ... Read More features beautiful indoor/outdoor pre-function and networking space, 125,000 square feet of pillar-free floor, with a divisible design. A perfect facility for trade shows, and sporting events. Renard's Cheese 2189 Cty Rd DK, Sturgeon Bay 920-825-7272Website | Map
Since 1961, Renard’s Cheese has been family owned and operated. After three generations of cheesemakers, you can trust that you are receiving the finest quality Wisconsin cheese with the character ... Read More and flavor that comes from proper aging and curing. The dedication and expertise put into each batch of cheese is reflected in the numerous regional, national and international awards Renard’s Cheese has won over the years.
Visit the Renard’s Cheese factory in Algoma to see first-hand how cheese is made…you may even get some fresh samples! You’ll hear about the Renard family tradition of cheesemaking, learn why cheese curds are squeaky and why cheese is yellow. You must schedule a Cheese Factory tour in advance by calling 920.825.7272.
Renard’s Cheese Factory welcomes tour groups of all sizes! There is complimentary bus parking on-site. Enjoy free cheese and wine samplings daily, visit the gift shop and Melt Bistro, eat lunch in the outdoor picnic area with the option to pre-order box lunches and take advantage of photo opportunities with Melvin the Mouse mascot.
Tour Times Monday – Friday 8:00am Advanced Reservations RequiredRevolution Development 2160 Holmgren Way, Green Bay 920-716-7186Website | Map
The Revolution Development is a group of businesses who value connection, community, and growth! Salon Elan is a full-service salon with luxury hair services and luxury haircare brands. Revolution Market ... Read More boasts a year-round indoor public market. Located on Holmgren Way in Ashwaubenon, Revolution Development is a destination for community and non-community members to showcase, support and strengthen locally owned businesses. Follow Revolution Market on Facebook to get updates on all their events! Riverview Park 901 Broadview Dr., Green Bay 920-448-2800Website | Map Run Away Shoes 2901 Ramada Way, Green Bay 920-884-2989Website | Map
Our goal at Run Away Shoes is to help runners, walkers, cross-fitters, boot campers, and all active individuals of diverse abilities and skill levels enjoy the incredible benefits of an active lifestyle. ... Read More This starts at the foundation - a great pair of shoes! The fit process begins with a conversation. Our professional shoe fitters start by asking you about several factors that may influence your shoe choice such as what activity you plan to use these shoes for, the experience you have had with shoes you have been wearing. We look at the wear patterns of shoes you may bring in, and talk about any physical pain you have been experiencing when you are active. Next we take you through a gait analysis. This means we will have you take off your shoes and roll up your pants legs so we can get a look at how your feet and ankles work together. We will have you walk across the store and back taking note of your arch height, ankle position, and how they work together as you walk. The process will show us what shoes will work best for you. After the fit process is complete, when you are confident in a pair of shoes you have selected, we recommend every customer try the shoes out at home and be sure they are the correct shoes for them. We understand that a new pair of shoes may feel different once you take them home. We try to avoid this "different" as a bad sensation in our efforts working with you the first time you visit the store. However, we understand that you do not know how a shoe will work until you do your activity in them. We want you to be happy with your shoes! Salon Elan 2160 Holmgren Way, Green Bay 920-448-3220Map
Full-Service Salon. Our objective is to create your desired look while offering a professional opinion to maintain a long-lasting relationship. We use only the finest in hair cosmetics and makeup to enhance ... Read More your overall beauty. Saranac Glove 999 Lombardi Ave., Green Bay 920-435-3737Website | Map
A division of Fabry Glove and Mitten, Saranac Glove is renowned as a leader and innovator and has earned a stellar reputation in the glove industry. Saranac is proud to be a family owned business with ... Read More over a century's worth of experience designing, developing and manufacturing gloves. Their commitment to uncompromised quality extends to all categories - high performance athletes, weekend sports participants, hardworking industrial professionals, home and garden enthusiasts, winter sports lovers, motorsports devotees, and all fashion or multi-purpose needs in between.
Saranac also has made waves with their “b-grl” line of fitness gloves and accessories designed by women specifically for women. The gloves address all the hand properties and dimensions unique to today's active women. A portion of all "b-grl" sales are donated to The Breast Cancer Research Foundation. If you need these or any other kind of gloves, make sure to stop in their outlet shop, located on Lombardi Avenue. You can stock up on gloves for the whole family at unbelievably low prices.
School House 770 Willard Dr., Green Bay 920-499-7999Website | Map
Whether you are a teacher, parent or someone else who interacts with children regularly, you know they enjoy hands-on learning to satisfy their curiosity. You also know the enormous variety of educational ... Read More tools and resources available.
School House offers the latest name brand products for children from BRIO, Lauri Puzzles, LEGO, Safari Animals, Webkinz and so much more. At School House, you'll find so many ways to make learning fun for children of all ages. The arts and crafts section has anything your little one's imagination needs. The variety of puzzles, both jigsaw and brain-teasers, can help with problem solving. Other sections important for child-development from music to reading to science to toys are all available at School House. Even the adults will have fun shopping for nostalgic LEGOs and looking through the Adult Coloring Book rack.
Stop by the School House near Bay Park Square Shopping Mall just south of Lambeau Field for all your children's learning and play needs.
Monday - Friday 9:00am - 8:00pm
Saturday 9:00am - 6:00pm
Sunday 11:00am - 5:00pm Schroeder's Flowers, Inc. 1530 S. Webster Ave., Green Bay 920-436-6363Website | Map
Schroeder's Flowers has been a staple in the Greater Green Bay area for over 100 years. This family owned and operated florist has been designing bouquets and providing landscaping options to their customers ... Read More for generations, and it shows in the quality of their work. All products are 100% guaranteed, and the talented florists will work with you to make sure you get exactly what you need. Whatever you can imagine, they can create - whether it be a European dish garden, a silk arrangement, dried flower arrangements, wreaths, fruit baskets, tropical plants, funeral arrangements, and much more.
If you're planning a special event such as a wedding or corporate meeting, Schroeder's can help you with centerpieces, bouquets, corsages, and boutonnieres. Bring your colors into the shop, and they'll help you find the right flowers to compliment your event. If you need a gift for someone, stop in their shop where they have tons of great home decor items, accessories, cards, and balloons. And of course, don't forget the flowers!
Schroeder's Flowers offers classes for children and adults, such as their popular Make a Christmas Centerpiece class or their Kids' Klub. Keep an eye out for their special events, where they bring in gardening experts like Jamie Durie, international award-winning designer, author, and television host.
Monday - Thursday 8:00am - 6:00pm
Friday 8:00am - 7:00pm
Saturday 8:00am - 5:30pm
Sunday 10:00am - 2:00pm Scray Cheese 2082 Old Martin Rd., De Pere 920-347-0303Website | Map
Scray Cheese is a family owned artisan cheese manufacturer. The factory first opened in 1924 and has continued to perfect the art of making Wisconsin cheese ever since. Quality cheese starts with quality ... Read More cheese makers. Three generations of cheese makers have been mastering the family tradition and secret cheese recipes since the beginning. One of the secret ingredients lies within the local farmers who supply milk for the cheese. Their dedication to provide quality dairy throughout the years has helped with the success and growth of the factory.
A Scray Cheese shop is connected to the factory. Inside the shop is a large viewing window to see the art of Wisconsin cheese making for yourself if you arrive early in the day. The cheese shop is a great place to get a local food gift. There is a large variety of cheeses and other local products to choose from. Scray Cheese can also ship Wisconsin cheese to you.
Stop in at Scray Cheese for some fresh Cheddar Cheese Curds or other flavors. They are located in just south of De Pere. This quaint little country cheese shop is also the only cheese shop in Wisconsin to sell cheese at a drive-thru!
Monday - Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday 9:00am - 3:00pm Seroogy's Chocolates - De Pere 144 N. Wisconsin St., De Pere 920-336-1383Website | Map
For more than a century, Seroogy's has been specializing in homemade, hand dipped chocolate candy, including toffee, meltaways, caramels, snappers, fudge, nut clusters and more! Three generations into ... Read More the family business, these fine confections in small batches made with only the highest quality products still follow the original recipes and methods as they’ve been handed down since 1899. Aside from these sweet treats, they also roast their own coffee in-house.
Seroogy’s Chocolates and other goodies make great gifts for family, friends, customers, employees….and especially for yourself! They can include your personal message with each gift at no additional charge. Talk with Seroogy’s to even see about custom molds to create an even more personalized gift of your own design. They are the exclusive chocolate provider of the Green Bay Packers Pro Shop and have created the Packers ‘G’ specifically for them. Seroogy's can give you that same customized confectionery.
Seroogy’s Chocolates – De Pere is located in the historic shopping district of downtown De Pere. This makes for a great group tour bus stop. You’ll be welcomed with sweet samples and wonderful shopping opportunities. Seroogy's Chocolates - Green Bay 784 Willard Drive, Green Bay 920-336-1383Website | Map
For more than a century, Seroogy's has been specializing in homemade, hand dipped chocolate candy, including toffee, meltaways, caramels, snappers, fudge, nut clusters and more! Three generations into ... Read More the family business, these fine confections in small batches made with only the highest quality products still follow the original recipes and methods as they’ve been handed down since 1899. Aside from these sweet treats, they also roast their own coffee in-house.
Seroogy’s Chocolates and other goodies make great gifts for family, friends, customers, employees….and especially for yourself! They can include your personal message with each gift at no additional charge. Talk with Seroogy’s to even see about custom molds to create an even more personalized gift of your own design. They are the exclusive chocolate provider of the Green Bay Packers Pro Shop and have created the Packers ‘G’ specifically for them. Seroogy's can give you that same customized confectionery.
Seroogy’s Chocolates – Green Bay is located near Lambeau Field. There is also plenty of other shopping to do in the area: Bay Park Square Mall and School House. This makes for a great group tour bus stop. You’ll be welcomed with sweet samples and wonderful shopping opportunities. Southwest Park 2472 Lawrence Dr., De Pere 920-339-4050Website | Map Spring Green Park 3640 Spring Green Rd., Green Bay 920-434-4640Map St. Norbert College 100 N. Grant St., De Pere 920-403-3005Website | Map
St. Norbert College’s baseball and softball teams play at the Mel Nicks Sports Complex, located a half-mile south of campus on Lost Dauphin Road and named in honor of the college’s longtime ... Read More baseball coach. The complex underwent a $2 million renovation in the fall of 2014.The baseball team uses Larry Van Alstine Field, while the softball team uses Miron Construction Field.
Mel Nicks (1914-1990), a faculty member at St. Norbert College for 26 years, was a coach, athletics administrator, teacher and humanitarian. In the 1960s, he had the idea that the college should build a baseball diamond, softball diamond and practice football fields, now known as the Mel Nicks Sports Complex, or simply Mel Nicks. The baseball field was named in honor of Larry Van Alstine ’56 and the softball diamond was named in recognition of Miron Construction. Seating is available in new bleachers constructed behind home plate in both areas. Fans visiting Larry Van Alstine Field and Miron Construction Field are advised to bring lawn chairs if choosing not to sit in the bleachers. Parking is available on Lost Dauphin Road or in the grass overflow parking area just south of the baseball field. Synergy Fields 807 Parkview Rd., Green Bay 920-632-4185Website | Map The Birth of Oneida Nation: Tribal Village Immersion 3703 Hillcrest Drive, Green Bay 920-496-5647Website | Map
Location:Oneida Nation Group Size: Minimum: 30 | Maximum: 50 Duration: ... Read More 2 - 2.5 hours Availability: June - September Your journey will begin at the edge of the woods, awaiting your invitation to come into the Oneida Village. Visitors will enter the longhouse with the creation story, the start of time for the Oneidas. Learn about their way of life, clans, pottery, the Iroquois Confederacy. Imagine surviving the 1700s when the Oneida way of life is put to the test, and how the tribe's territory gets caught up in the Revolutionary War. As pressures from the U.S. Government, the State of New York and other parties mount, the Oneidas must journey to the Michigan Territory. Hear an incredible story of perseverance. Along the way, visitors will meet pivotal people from Oneida's history to learn to cook and taste an Oneida staple. This staple was the Oneida white corn. A visit to the General Store and Gift Shop is the perfect ending to this once in a lifetime event. This tour is an up-close and personal way to experience native culture! Contact: Crystal Meltz - 920-496-5647 Cost Per Person: $29 Book NowThe Candy Bar LLC 2490 Lineville Rd., Green Bay 920-301-3100Website | Map
The Candy Bar featuring Jerry Kaye’s Fine Chocolate Candies...
Jerry and Kaye met at a rodeo in 1964, him a bull rider her a barrel racer and rodeo queen. Their love of chocolates drew them ... Read More to learn the art of Candy making in the 80’s. Since then they’ve been making caramel, fudge, brittles, toffee and hand dipped chocolates. Our recipes are tried and true and reflect the time-honored tradition of our family who first cultivated this divine delicacy. Everything in our store is handmade and our made from scratch caramel recipe is over 150 years old. It is now a family business with their children and grandchildren all making the candy side-by-side with Jerry and Kaye.
With our move to 2490 Lineville Rd., "Sweet" B, Suamico, we have added an entire wall dedicated to retro and novelty candies. We’re sure there is an old time favorite here that will bring back fond memories for you. If you don’t find something you remember just ask us and we’ll do our best to find it for you.
We hand dip all our chocolates and cook everything onsite. Come watch us making candy thru our viewing window. We do custom molded chocolates for everyday and special occasions as well.
We hope to create a sweet moment for you one bite at a time.The Exchange Coffee, Mercantile & Eatery 317 Main Ave., De Pere 920-343-6626Website | Map
The Exchange exists to be a culture creator and bring a life-giving atmosphere to the (920) marketplace and beyond. Their unique products and peaceful environments inspire our community through simple ... Read More elegance. The Exchange is housed in an iconic historical building in De Pere that was restored to include the Coffee, Mercantile, Eatery, Parlor and Barber. The Mercantile carries beautiful and affordable products you can wear or use in your own home. A portion of profits support Eye Heart World which rescues girls from sex trafficking in America and specifically in Greater Green Bay! The Exchange serves their very own “Exchange Blend” of locally fresh roasted beans. Featuring local roaster’s beans as well as Ruby, Hawthorne, Kickapoo and others at their slow brew bar and even offer coffee flights. There is an exhaustive and authentic espresso and loose leaf tea menu to choose from, plus their already famous chai tea. The variety of loose leaf teas can be made hot or iced or even into a milk tea latte! Offering almond, coconut, macadamia nut, & oat milk in addition to all dairy options. Don’t like coffee or tea? The Exchange also carry fruit smoothies with protein & other healthy options and coffee-free chillers! Serving signature dishes, all day breakfast, lunch and dinner in the eatery. Proudly serving vegan and vegetarian options. Indulge in desserts like Russian peach de leche treats, Ferrero Rocher cake, WI-shaped chocolate chip cookies, donuts, brownie kabobs, or ice cream waffles and dishes. The Heel Shoe Fitters 930 Waube Lane, Green Bay 920-435-0721Website | Map
Originally opening in 1970 on University Avenue, The Heel has since moved twice and is now located on Waubee Lane in Ashwaubenon with more than three times as much sales floor space. Since moving to the ... Read More new location, the staff has grown to 30+ employees, staffing five pedorthists, two of whom are board certified. As one of the premier shoe stores in the area, The Heel emphasizes excellent customer service and boasts the largest shoe selection in NE Wisconsin; setting it apart from all competitors. Each customer deserves an individualized experience. Appointments where they can discuss their foot, knee, hip, or back pain are encouraged, but not necessary. The staff then evaluates the foot and educates customers on what footwear will work best. The Heel Shoe Fitters also has an in-house cobbler for footwear alterations and repairs to ensure the best fit. In May 2018, The Heel launched, "The Heel Next Door; Kids and Closeouts." The store houses an ever-expanding selection of kid's shoes and discounted merchandise from the main store. The laid-back atmosphere allows customers to browse at their own pace while still providing expert service. The Turn 1025 Lombardi Ave., Green Bay 888-902-8876Website | Map
The Turn Powered by Topgolf Swing Suite is an immersive experience, where you can eat, drink and play using Topgolf's latest virtual gaming technology. Choose from nine interactive experiences, including ... Read More the popular Topgolf target game, Zombie Dodgeball, Hockey Shots and more!Tsyunhehkw^ 139 Riverdale Dr., Oneida 920-869-2141Website | Map
Tsyunhehkw^ is an agricultural community and culturally-based program of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin. The community features an 83-acre certified organic site, cannery, and retail store. Tsyunhehkw^ ... Read More was founded on the concept of self-sustainability and food security, as well as service for the Oneida Nation and the community. The entire operation and services are open to the public.
The organic farm produces heirloom white corn, beans and squash. There's a solar greenhouse and herb and berry garden. The farm maintains up to 35 grass-fed cattle alongside 20 acres of crops planted on a rotational basis. Every year, the farm raises and processes free-range poultry and farm fresh eggs. The staff shares their knowledge with the community through workshops on diverse topics, such as Three Sisters Garden, Productive Vegetable Gardening, Herb and Berry Workshops, and Holistic Health issues.
Once the crops are harvested, they are processed in the cannery. Nutritional analysis completed on the white corn has shown a higher value of protein compared with other varieties of conventional corn. The cannery also is used to preserve apple products and process jams/jellies, salsa, pickles, and other garden fresh fruits and vegetables. The Cannery also provides workshops on the process of preserving.
The Oneida Market has more than 1,500 different natural and holistic products, including essential oils, pet care, vitamin and mineral supplements, health and body care, herbs, teas, coffee, and all of the food products processed at the cannery. The market also produces their own first aid salve, Athlete's Foot slave, arnica pain salve, skin care salve, toothpaste, and a variety of other products made with essential oils and other natural ingredients. University of Wisconsin - Green Bay 2420 Nicolet Dr., Green Bay 920-465-2000Website | Map
Established in 1965, UW-Green Bay is a public institution serving 8,970 undergraduate, graduate and
doctoral students and 79,604 continuing education enrollees each year across
all campus locations. ... Read More We educate students from pre-college through retirement
and offer 200+ degrees, programs and certificates. UW-Green Bay graduates are
resilient, inclusive, sustaining and engaged members of their communities,
ready to rise to fearlessly face challenges, solve problems and embrace diverse
ideas and people.
The University is centrally located, minutes away from Green Bay’s vibrant downtown, and close to both the Door County resort area and the dynamic economies of the New North and Fox Valley regions.
The University is known is for its exceptional academic facilities and first-rate undergraduate and graduate programs. UW-Green Bay’s Outreach and Adult Access program offers complete online bachelor’s degree options. UW-Green Bay transforms lives and communities through exceptional and award-winning teaching and research, innovative learning opportunities and a problem-solving approach to education. Many undergraduates experience hands-on learning opportunities and meaningful research experiences similar to graduate programs at other institutions.
The University focuses on its strong regional connections, which provide exciting and meaningful opportunities — internships, independent study, art and music enrichment and part-time jobs — to its students. Together with its regional partners, UW-Green Bay offers a wide array of world-class opportunities for both campus and community.
Among UW-Green Bay’s “extras” are a bay shore park, arboretum, D-I athletics, premium housing, the award-winning Cofrin Library, a regional center for biodiversity, the Kress Events Center — a state-of-the-art athletic facility — and the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts. With four campus locations, the University welcomes students from every corner of the world. In 2020, UW-Green Bay was the fastest growing UW school in Wisconsin. Daily visits welcome.
Find out more about the transforming power of a UW-Green Bay degree, www.uwgb.edu.
University of Wisconsin - Green Bay Athletics 2420 Nicolet Dr., Green Bay 920-465-2625Website | Map
The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay athletic program is a National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I program. The 16 varsity athletic teams of the Green Bay Phoenix are members of the ... Read More Horizon League Conference.
Men's sports consist of: basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, swimming, diving and tennis. Women's sports are basketball, cross country, golf, soccer, softball, swimming, diving, tennis and volleyball. The Nordic ski team is a coed team. Men's basketball play their home games at the Resch Center. The rest of the Green Bay Phoenix play their home games at the Green Bay campus Kress Events Center and sports fields.
Throughout the past several seasons, the Green Bay Phoenix women's basketball team boasts one of the highest winning-percentages in the NCAA Division I.
Check the Green Bay Phoenix sports website for full schedules of each sport. Vandervest Harley-Davidson 1966 Velp Ave., Green Bay 920-498-8822Website | Map
Vandervest Harley-Davidson store is an up-north cabin-themed dealership featuring a back deck that overlooks Duck Creek, and a large stone patio for customers to sit back and enjoy nature. In the dealership ... Read More showroom are three Harley-Davidson anniversary bikes on display, along with one of Evil Knievel's personal motorcycles hanging from the ceiling.
This Harley-Davidson dealership first opened in 1998. Since then, they have been nine-time recipients of the Harley-Davidson Circle of Excellence award and is recognized as one of the top Harley-Davidson dealerships in the region. The technicians on staff are all Harley certified and take pride in their work on used motorcycles providing award-winning service. You can also rent a variety of Harley-Davidson motorcycles from Vandervest.
Located on Interstate 41 at the Velp Avenue exit, Vandervest Harley-Davidson is a convenient stop to purchase your new Harley Davidson or to show-off your current ride. The Vandervest family all drive Harley bikes and they know the importance of good service and customer relationships. Stop in to say hi and talk motorcycles with them.
Monday - Thursday 9:00am - 6:00pm
Friday 9:00am - 7:00pm
Saturday 9:00am - 4:00pm
Sunday 10:00am - 3:00pm Voyageur Park 100 Williams St., De Pere 920-339-4065Website | Map
A 21-acre park located in the center of De Pere, featuring park shelters, a playground, green space and access to the Fox River Trail. The park is home to many large community events.
For ... Read More boaters, docks line the park in the summertime. Many locals fish right from shore here. This is also where you will find the foot-path entrance to the De Pere Riverwalk and Wildlife Viewing Area.Woodland Art Show PO Box 116, Oneida 920-288-9544Website | Map
Woodland Indian Art, Inc. is a non-profit organization created to expand the awareness and appreciation of Woodland Indian Arts and Culture through education, events and markets. We bring Woodland ... Read More Indian artists together to raise awareness of their distinct artistic styles and cultures. We contribute to the economy of Native communities by cultivating the public's appreciation of Woodland Indian artists and the unique diversity of their art. Woodland Indian Art, Inc. and its volunteers have produced the Woodland Indian Art Show and Market on the Oneida Reservation in Wisconsin since 2006. ZuLou 128 N. Broadway, Green Bay 920-857-1251Website | Map
This women's clothing boutique is located in the shopping district of North Broadway Street in downtown Green Bay. Zulou calls Kavarna Coffeehouse and Beerntsen's Candies neighbors making a great afternoon ... Read More of coffee, chocolate and shopping.
The friendly staff at Zulou can help you find just the right thing you're looking for. Whether you are in search of a laid back comfortable women's apparel, formal dress, every-day-wear, candles, shoes, perfume, swimsuits and plenty of other items, you'll find nothing but exceptional quality and one of a kind character.
Monday - Friday 12:00pm - 7:00pm
Saturday 10:00am - 4:00pm Click here for a PDF of Greater Green Bay and Lakeshore Antique Shops.