32 Best & Fun Things to Do in Green Bay (WI)

Green Bay is a city in Wisconsin, United States, it’s name was gotten from the green streaks which are often spotted along the bay during Spring.

There are lots of fun things to do in Green Bay WI, this little city is marked by Midwestern friendliness, dishes prepared using locally sourced ingredients, and a playful spirit.

Green Bay is the smallest city in the entire  US to have a professional sports team. With its Packers and Lambda Field at the center of the city, these make a good reason to visit this city.

Some of the fun things you should do while in the city include visiting parks, checking out exhibits in the museum, going on food tours from one restaurant to another, and so on.

To help plan your trip, here are the best things to do in Green Bay.

Things to Do in Green Bay

1. Green Bay Botanical Garden

Green Bay Botanical Garden
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Green Bay Botanical Garden

Green Bay Botanical Garden is a 47-acre garden which is located along Larsen Road.

Where the garden is located was initially the spot where Larsen orchards stood, it not until 1996 that the land was converted to Green Bay Botanical Garden.

The botanical garden is divided into several areas, you will find areas such as Agnes Schneider Terrace which is known for its perennial flowers and ornamental grasses.

There is also an area called John and Van Den Wymelenberge Color and Foliage Garden which can easily be identified when seen for it has lovely foliages with shades of green, gray, maroon, yellow, and many other interesting colors.

Another section of the garden which you should check out is the Mary Hendrickson Johnson Wisconsin Woodland Garden, this Garden consist of shrubs, trees, and wildflowers.

You will appreciate the gift and beauty of nature after walking through the Green Bay Botanical garden.

Other features of Green Bay Botanical Garden which will interest you include a gazebo, a rose garden, a well house, a children’s garden which has a sundial, a slide, treehouse, and a maze.

This is one of Green Bay attractions you should not miss during your visit to this wonderful city.

Address: 2600 Larsen Road, Green Bay, Wisconsin.

2. Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame

Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame
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Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame

Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame is one of the most frequented spots by tourists. This top Green Bay attraction was set up to recognize the accomplishment of the Green Bay Packers.

The hall of Fame sits on a two-level 15,000 square foot facility which is situated in Lombard Avenue.

In this facility, you will find interactive exhibits which display many artifacts related to the Green Bay Packers as well as many of the team’s trophies.

There is also a fine replica of Vince Lombardi’s office in The Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame, this makes it one of the things to do in Green Bay for sport lovers.

Address: 1265 Lombardi Avenue, Green Bay, Wisconsin.

3. National Railroad Museum

National Railroad Museum
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National Railroad Museum

You will find the National Railroad Museum on the south Broadway at Ashwaubenon in the suburban Green Bay.

The National Railroad Museum which is dedicated to railroads was founded in the year 1956. It is one of the oldest museums in the world which is devoted to the preservation and exhibition of the history of railroads.

You will discover on arrival , that the museum is home to many historic locomotives and even one of the largest steam locomotive in the world, the Union Pacific Big Boy No. 4017.

Inside the museum building, you will find so many kinds of artifacts, photographs, and archives, all of which are related to railroads.

Also, at the museum premises, you will find an 80-foot tall observation tower that offers a scenic view of Green Bay and the river.

If you are in search of a place where the whole family could come for a visit, do check out National Railroad Museum.

Address: 2285 South Broadway, Green Bay, Wisconsin.

4. Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary

Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary
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Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary

Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary is a city wildlife refuge which is located on East Shore Drive.

This wildlife sanctuary is the largest park in Green Bay covering about 700 acres of land.

Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary was established in the year 1935. At that time, it was only a 250-acre space that was used for taking care of injured water birds. As the years went by, more spaces were added to the sanctuary.

In this sanctuary, you will find the Nature’s Education Centre which was built in the year 1985 and the Resch waterfalls created in the year 2010.

Aside the fact you get to see some wildlife, Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary is a lovely place to go for a hike owing to the hiking trails it consist of.

Check out the Nature’s Education Centre while exploring, you get to learn a thing or two about wildlife from its interactive exhibits, library, and galleries like the Whistling Wings Art Gallery.

Address: 1660 East Shore Drive, Green Bay, Wisconsin.

5. Meyer Theatre

Meyer Theatre
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Meyer Theatre

Located at South Washington street is the Meyer Theatre , formerly known as Fox Theatre. Meyer Theatre was built in the year 1929 using the Spanish Colonial Revival and Art Deco Architectural styles. The theatre is listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.

The name of the Meyer Theatre has been changed three times. Firstly, it was  changed from Fox theatre to Bay Theatre, thereafter in 2003, after some renovations, it was named Meyer Theatre after Robert T. Meyer, a Wisconsin businessman.

Meyer Theatre is a great place to go on a romantic date in Green Bay, although it is a little bit old fashioned, maybe as a result of the existence of the original 572-pipe Wurlitzer organ, but one may ask, is love not old fashioned?

Some of the shows you could watch in this theatre include plays and concerts by well-known musicians. Also, you will get to watch performances by the Civic Symphony of Green Bay and a host of other entertainers.

The theatre is available to be rented for events like parties, receptions, conferences, and other events.

Address: 117 South Washington Street, Green Bay, Wisconsin.

6. New Zoo and Adventure Park

New Zoo
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New Zoo

NEW Zoo and Adventure Park also know as Northerneast Winscosin Zoo and Adventure Park is a zoo and a park that sits on a 43 acres space.

It is located on the Reforestation area and it has up to 100 exhibits which represents more than 200 animals that were gotten from all over the world.

Some of the exhibits that you will find in Northerneast Winscosin Zoo and Adventure Park include the Penguin Exhibit, the Japanese Macaque Exhibit, the Tortoise Den, and lots more.

There is also an Educational and Conservation Center in the park that houses reptiles, spiders, and different kinds of amphibians.

If you are coming with your kids, you can take them to Children’s Petting Zoo, which allows them to get close to the animals.

Some of the animals in the children zoo includes goats, chickens, deer, and so many others.

The adventure park is just adjacent to the zoo and it was opened in the year 2014.

Some of the fun activities you can engage in this park include rock climbing, hiking, running, etc. The park is equipped with a zip line that is attached to a historic fire tower.

Address: 4378 Reforestation Road, Green Bay, Wisconsin.

7. Heritage Hill State Historical Park

Heritage Hill State Historical Park
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Heritage Hill State Historical Park
Heritage Hill State Historical Park is an outdoor museum and Wisconsin state park which is located on South Webster Avenue.

The park sits on a 48-acre land and the park is home to 24 historical and reproduction buildings.

All the historical buildings which can be found in this park were relocated from their previous location to their current location.

Some of the structures you will find in Heritage Hill State Historical Park includes buildings from log cabins that were used during the fur trade period, Fort Howard, public shops and buildings from the 19th century.

You will find more than 6,000 artifacts exhibited in all of these historic buildings.

While you tour around this place, you are free to ask the tour guide questions to learn about the buildings and the style of clothing worn during the period the building was built.

Address: 2640 South Webster Avenue, Green Bay, Wisconsin.

8. The Children’s Museum of Green Bay

Children's Museum of Green Bay
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Children’s Museum of Green Bay

Located on North Washington Street in Green Bay is the Children’s Museum of Green Bay, a hands-on museum that your kids will love to visit.

The building that houses the museum was completed in the year 2012. Inside the museum, you will find art and science exhibits.

All the exhibits in this museum were specially designed to educate curious children regardless of if they are science or art inclined.

The museum does host programs like Wiggle, Move and Giggle, Pint-Sized Picasso’s, Fly the Silly Skies, Art in Action ( also known as Squeezy Sponges) and lots more.

There are so many other areas in the facility which is designed to bring joy to children. Some of these areas include a Treehouse, Play Market, Sandy Beach, Vet Clinic, and lots more.

Within the year, the museum host events like the Annual Kids Food Event in which the kids get to play with their mates, and in the end, they get to eat food.

You are free to rent The Children’s Museum of Green Bay for corporate meetings or birthday parties.

Address: 301 North Washington Street, Green Bay Wisconsin.

9. Neville Public Museum

Neville Public Museum
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Neville Public Museum

Neville Public Museum is a museum that is devoted to science, history, and art.

This museum which is situated in Museum area was formally known as Kellogg Public Library before its name was changed to Neville Public Museum.

The current building where it is housed was built in the year 1983, and in it, you will find objects related to northeast Wisconsin which the museum collected, preserves, and displays.

Some of the exhibits which you will find in this museum include Christopher Winters Photography Centennial: Steaming through the American Century, Building our Community: Over 100 years of architecture and Design in Brown County, and lots more.

There are several children’s programs which the museum offers. Some of these programs are Explorer Saturdays, scout events, youth tours, and so many others. Your kids could be part of this program.

There is also the Neville Theatre which can contain 132 persons. You and your loved ones can be the adults who will watch the films shown in this theatre by the International Film Series.

Address: 210 Museum Place, Green Bay, Wisconsin.

10. Hazelwood Historic House Museum

Hazelwood Historic House Museum
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Hazelwood Historic House Museum

Located on South Monroe Avenue in the Astor Historic District of Green Bay is the Hazelwood Historic House Museum, another museum that should be on your list of things to do in Green Bay.

The building which houses this museum is the only historic building  in Green Bay that is still situated on its original site.

Hazelwood Historic House was built using the Greek Revival architectural style. It consist of about ten rooms which are decorated in the style of the period in which the house was built.

You will still find some of the furniture used in the 1880s and 1890s in this very house.

Hazelwood Historic House was originally constructed as the home of Morgan and his wife Elizabeth Martin. Today, the house is registered on the US National Register of Historic Places.

The house was turned into a museum after it was bought in 1989 by the Brown County Historical Society and restored in 1989.

Other things in this museum which will interest you include, photographs, original furnishings, paintings and lots more. You can easily locate the house for it is very close to the Fox River.

Address: 1008 South Monroe Avenue, Green Bay Wisconsin

11. Lambeau Field and the Green Bay Packers

Lambeau Field and the Green Bay Packers
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Lambeau Field and the Green Bay Packers

Lambeau Field is the home of the Green Bay Packers, the city’s football team.

Green packers was formed in the year 1919  making it the third-oldest NFL team in history.

The Lambeau Field was opened in the year 1957, and till date, it is regarded as the longest continuously occupied stadium in the league.

In the year 2003, the stadium was renovated, and its seating capacity was increased to 72,000 people.

You can watch the Green Bay Packers as they play, but if they do not have any scheduled game, you can take a guided tour around the stadium.

During the tour, you could check out the Atrium, a private suite, and the player’s tunnel.

Also, while you are in Lambeau Field, take out time to visit the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame which is located at the entrance of Lambeau Field. This Hall of Fame contains more than 100 years of Packers history.

Address: 1265 Lombardi Ave, Green Bay Wisconsin.

12. Walk of Legends

Walk of Legends
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Walk of Legends

Walk of Legends is an art walkway of 24 statues. This art walkway celebrates the legends and also records the history of football in Green Bay from 1895 to this very year.

Walk of Legends is located on Lombardi Avenue District and the 24 status which you will find in this Walkway are made from granite and steel.

You are free to come with your camera if you which to take pictures of these statues.

13. Packers Heritage Trail

Packers Heritage Trail
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Packers Heritage Trail

The Packers Heritage Trail is located close to the Lambeau Stadium. A walk on this trail makes one of the best things to do while you are in Green Bay.

As you walk on this trail, you will get to see some important landmarks associated with the Packers.

Some of these landmarks include 22 commemorative plaques that have interesting facts and stats of games played by the Packers.

When you get to the plaza with the statues of the team’s founder and former star players, Keep in mind  that you have gotten to the end of the trail.

14. The Automobile Gallery

If you are a lover of automobiles, a place in Green Bay which will definitely interest you is the Green Bay’s Automobile Gallery.

The Automobile Gallery is situated in an artistically renovated Cadillac dealershop which was opened in the 1950s, but was later closed down in 1997.

In this gallery, you will find a collection of automobiles which represents more than 100 years of automobile history.

You will be amazed at how much the world have advanced in automobile technology.

Address: 400 S Adams Street, Green Bay, Wisconsin

15. Titletown

Titletown
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Titletown

A visit to Titletown makes one of the fun things to do in Green Bay.

Titletown is a 45-acre complex filled with entertainment venues, restaurants, retail shops, and businesses which can be found at the west of Lambeau Field. You can see Titletown as an accumulation of the fun spots in Green Bay.

Take out a day in your stay in Green Bay to explore this place. You can decide to go on a food tour from one restaurant to the other.

After that, check out the boutiques, try out the clothes and purchase those that suit you well.

At the end of the day, you will be excited on how wonderful and fun filled a day can be.

Address: 1065 Lombardi Avenue, Green Bay, Wisconsin.

16. Oneida Nation Tour

Oneida Nation
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Oneida Nation

If you wish to see Green Bay from a new light, take a tour through some of the Oneida Nation areas in Green Bay.

As you tour through Oneida Nation areas, you will get a historic view that is basic to the city’s Native American roots.

On the tour, you will pass through Oneida Reservation. At Oneida Reservation, you will see some of the places the earliest settlers to Green Bay lived in the 1700s. You will see more of them as you enter fully into the Oneida Nation Village.

When you get to Buffalo Overlook, stop a while to gaze at the 125 strong Buffalo that make up the here tested there.

At the end of the tour, you will get to see the Three Sisters Garden at the Oneida Farm. The Oneida Farm is a major supplier to many of the restaurants in the city.

Address: N7210 Seminary Road.

17. Fox River State Recreational Trail

You will find Fox River State Recreational Trail along the Fox River in northeastern Wisconsin around downtown Green Bay.

As you follow the trail, you will find other hikers and joggers who are both exercising and having fun.

Fox River State Recreational Trail cuts through beautiful sceneries of the city, especially around the Great Lake Region. Therefore, make sure you come along with your camera.

18. Bay Beach Amusement Park

Bay Beach Amusement Park
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Bay Beach Amusement Park

Located near the majestic Fox River is the Bay Beach Amusement Park, one park you must not fail to add on your list of things to do in Green Bay.

If you are looking for a place where you can have quite some fun in the Green Bay area, Bay Beach Amusement Park is the place you seek.

Towards the east bank of the river, you will find a wealth of rides and attractions which will interest both you and your little ones.

Some of these attractions include concessions, roller coasters, amusement rides, and so many others.

Your kids can engage in some of the old school activities which the park offers her visitors like playing arcade games.

When you get hungry, check out the food court area to get something to eat.

19. L.H Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve

L.H. Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve
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L.H. Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve

L.H Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve sits on a 900-acre land space which is located at the southern shores of Green Bay.

This preserve provides a safe heaven to hundred of species of birds in the area.

Apart from the fact that it is a reserve for wildlife, this reserve has Educational facilities and interpretive center.

In both facilities, you will be taught all you need to know about the native animals and plants in the area.

Some of the animal life in this area that you will learn about includes Canadian geese and wild ducks.

After learning about these animals and plants like fauna and flora, you may decide to explore any of the many trails in the area.

These trails are great for hiking in the summer months. During winter season, you can go skiing or snowshoeing, this makes what to do in Green Bay for adventure lovers.

20. Brown County Reforestation Camp

Brown County Reforestation Camp
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Brown County Reforestation Camp
If you wish to learn so much about ecology and the local environment in Green Bay, head straight to the Brown County Reforestation Camp, it is situated very close to the NEW Zoo.

On getting to this camp, you will find a wealth of preserved land is filled with nature trails that are very suitable for hiking. To get there quicker, you can hire a Bicycle from the hotels in the city.

Brown County Reforestation Camp is made of unspoiled areas of forest and nature trails. A look at this place is like seeing the true form of nature, and I tell you, it is spectacular.

It is also a very great place to meditate for it is both quiet and peaceful, not dead quiet though as you can hear the chippings of birds, this however  makes it feel alive.

This makes one of the fun things to do in Green Bay, you should definitely pay this area a visit during your trip.

21. Weidner Center for the Performing Arts

Weidner Center for the Performing Arts
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Weidner Center for the Performing Arts

Weidner Center for the Performing Arts is a part of the University of Wisconsin Green Bay.

The center was named after Edward Weidner who was the founder of the University. When Edward Weidner was alive, he was a major contributor to the Green Bay arts scene.

At Weidner Center for the Performing Arts, you find several musical and theatrical companies of the Green Bay area which made the center their home.

They all make use of the center’s auditorium which has a seating capacity of 2,000.

If you want to catch a performance with a homegrown talent or a Broadway musical, in the Green Bay area, Weidner Center for the Performing Arts is the place you need to go to.

22. Grassy Island Range Lights

Grassy Island Range Lights
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Grassy Island Range Lights

Grassy Island Range Lights is a phenomenon in Green Bay which you will be pleased to see.

These lights are two preserved lighthouses that once gave light to sailors on the Green Bay Harbour.

Apart from giving light to the sailors, these lighthouses during their days of operation warned ships in the channels of the harbor about icebergs and other related harms.

Today, they have been decommissioned and moved to its current location, while newer ones with newer technology have been installed in their place.

Grassy Island Range Lights are listed on the National Register of Historic Places in Wisconsin.

23. Fonferek’s Glen

Fonferek’s Glen is a geological gem of about 74-acre space. It features a 30-foot waterfall, dolomite cliffs, and a stone archway.

You will find Fonferek’s Glen along Bower Creek which is not so far from Green Bay.

To get to fun sites in this area, you have to hike through its wonderful trails to get to them. Thus, do make plans for plenty of time to hike.

Note: The whole trail is about 0.8 miles long

Apart from hiking trails, you will also find a 30 acres space that is used for farm practices.

24. Ashwaubomay Lake

Ashwaubomay Lake
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Ashwaubomay Lake

If you are in search of a place where you can do something exciting with your kids right here in Green Bay, like building sandcastles, taking a swim and other water related fun activities, a place to visit is the Ashwaubomay Lake.

Ashwaubomay Lake is a man-made Green Bay which is located at 2881 S Broadway. It has both deep areas and shallow areas and is tagged one of the best lakes in Green Bay.

If you are not an experienced swimmer, wade around the shallow areas, but if you can swim, you can venture in into the deep parts of the lake.

If you don’t want to swim, you and your kids can enjoy the colorful slides that are close to the lake.

After playing a little, you can have a picnic right there in the picnic areas around the lake.

25. Zippin Pippin Roller Coaster

Zippin Pippin Roller Coaster
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Zippin Pippin Roller Coaster

One of the fun things to do in Green Bay is to go see the Zippin Pippin Roller Coaster.

The Zippin Pippin Roller Coaster was Elvis Presley’s favorite ride during the time it was located at Libertyland Amusement Park.

It’s so sad that Libertyland Amusement Park has to close down in 2005, but thanks to Schmitt and the city, the roller coaster was preserved.

Today, you will find the Zippin Pippin Roller Coaster at the Bay Beach Amusement Park in Green Bay where it is open again to riders as it has been since May 27, 2011.

Zippin Pippin Roller Coaster is a spectacular roller coaster, It provides riders with thrills and screams of delight.

The cost of getting a ride on the roller coaster is just $1, but general admission and parking are free, this makes what to do in Green Bay for a family fun time.

26. Captain’s Walk Winery

Captain's Walk Winery
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Captain’s Walk Winery

If you love wine, both domestic and foreign, consider visiting the Captain’s Walk Winery while you are in Green Bay.

The Captain’s Walk Winery is located in Algoma, Green Bay. This establishment is well known in the city because it offers premium wine tasting daily to her customers.

The atmosphere in the winery is calm, homely, and comforting, and in that atmosphere, you will get to learn about the unique winemaking process this winery uses in making wine.

Another experience you get to enjoy while in this winery is pairing the amazing wines they make here Wisconsin cheeses.

At the end of the tour, you could relax with a glass in you hand on the porch, or in the tasting room, or the comfortable lounge of the pre-Civil War which is kept upstairs.

Note that you won’t be charged any entrance fee, thus you can use the money to buy any wine of choice from this winery.

27. The CityDeck

The CityDeck
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The CityDeck

CityDeck is a linear riverfront open space which is located along the Green Bay’s Fox Riverfront. It connects people of Green Bay with the Fox River.

If you are looking for a place you and your family members can enjoy a performance or view the sunset, this 2.5-acre linear park is a perfect place for you.

CityDeck is about a quarter-mile long, and it runs along the edge of the Fox River. This park acts as a connection to a regional network of bike and pedestrian trails with the downtown area of Green Bay.

28. Green Isle Park

Green Isle Park is located along the East River, and it offers recreation, this is one of Green Bay attractions you should check out.

This park is a great spot to host a picnic and also a perfect spot for relaxation.

If you love sports, it makes it more interesting as you will find in this very park, soccer fields and courts for volleyball, Tennis, softball diamonds as well as basket call.

It is also a good place to read a book. Try reading an outdoor book like Robinson Crusoe in this park, the whole environment creates a whole new picture of the story.

When you are done reading, you can hit the trails for some hiking, biking, and running.

Since the park is along the East River, you may consider hiring a kayak or a canoe and going fishing at the River.

In case you want to stay overnight, you can rent any of the shelters in the park which is available for rentals all year round.

29. Green Bay Casinos

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Oneida Casino

Green Bay has Casinos that will offer you an opportunity to win big, only by trying your luck, this makes one of the best things to do in Green Bay.

So, when you are done with outdoor sightseeing and adventures, then head straight into the excitements of Green Bay casinos.

At these casinos, you will find slot machines, video poker, high stakes bingo, and blackjack tables.

All the casinos in this city are both spacious and modern. Some of the very big ones like the Gaming complex have a reel slot and video machine, a 300 room hotel, a 700 seat bingo hall, and a convention center.

30. Green Bay Spas

Green Bay Spas
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Green Bay Spas

Don’t leave Green Bay if you haven’t received some rejuvenation and relaxation, things offered by the spas in Green Bay.

Some of the best spas that can be found  in the city include Tranquility Spa Sanctuary, Arabella Spa and Salon, Elite Aesthetics Wellness Spa and The Day Spa Escape in DePere

All these spas offer over 100 treatment choices that are designed to reinvigorate your mind, body, and soul. Choose among these treatments, you will feel good when they are done taking care of you.

31. Wisconsin Maritime Museum

Wisconsin Maritime Museum
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Wisconsin Maritime Museum

Wisconsin Maritime Museum is located at Manitowoc, a city close to Green Bay.

At this museum, you will be educated on the history of the Great Lakes “water highway” which have been in use since time immemorial for purposes like trading, immigration, and shipping.

Inside the Maritime Museum, you will find an interactive and extensive model ship gallery. There is also an exhibit of the museum which you will find in the Manitowoc River.

Other interesting stuff you will see in this Maritime museum includes the USS Cobia WII submarine which is one of the best-preserved WWII submarines in the country. This submarine has been in the country since the 1970s.

32. Green Bay’s Cannery Public Market

Green Bay's Cannery Public Market
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Green Bay’s Cannery Public Market

What do you say about going on a Beef tour around Green Bay? Sounds exciting right?

From statistics, and according to the Wisconsin Beef Council, Wisconsin is home to about fourteen thousand beef producers.

This means that the state is a major producer of beef and there is no better place to eat beef than the city of Green Bay where lots of beefs are produced.

You can purchase some of these beefs at Green Bay’s Cannery Public Market.

The market got its name from the fact that the building that houses the market was formerly a cannery in the early 1900s.

At Green Bay’s Cannery Public Market, you will get to meet a local dairy farmer known as John Pagel.

John Pagel is the owner of Pagel’s Ponderosa dairy farm which supplies most of the beef that comes to Green Bay’s Cannery Public Market.

If you don’t want to buy the raw beef, you can still buy the Ponderosa Limousin beef which Mr. John Pagel sells in the form of steaks, burgers, and a German-style pot roast.

You can also visit the restaurants close to the market for a taste of beef along with the rest of the state’s specialties like charcuterie and cheese curds.

You are free to ask the local farmers at the market like John Pagel more about the beef they sale, and what is the very thing that makes Wisconsin’s beef and diary very delicious.

Plan Your Trip to Green Bay

Green Bay is a friendly city filled with fun attractions and activities. With lovely natives who are willing to assist you with directions to their attraction spots, you will surely feel at home here.

Start planning a visit to this welcoming city, with this checklist of things to do in Green Bay WI, you will definitely explore all the fun this city holds, feel free to save this checklist.