1313 Bay Beach Dr.,
Green Bay, 448-3365
An amusement park with most rides only 25 to
50 cents; with concessions and picnic, softball
and volleyball areas. Open weekends in May and
daily from Memorial Day through Labor Day. No
1500 Fort Howard Ave.,
A 50-site wooded campground complete with water, electricity
and sewer hookups. A boat landing and dock provide access
to the Fox River. Brown County fair held in August.
Family Fun Park
470 Marina Lane,
Green Bay, 432-7868
Bumper Boats, Can Am race cars, a mini-golf course
and more. Open weekends in May and September and daily
Memorial Day through Labor Day. Fee for individual rides.
2421 N. Irwin Ave.,
Green Bay, 468-7275
Fort Fun features a two-acre, challenging 19-hole miniature
golf course. Concessions. Located across from Bay Beach
and the Wildlife Sanctuary. Open April through October.
1008 S. Monroe,
Green Bay, 437-0360
Greek Revival (1837) home of the Morgan L. Martin,
local entrepreneur, judge, banker and President of Wisconsin's
Second Constitutional Congress. Open weekends. Call
for times. Admission fee.
Green Bay, 499-4281
Starting from Packer Hall of Fame, tour Lambeau Field,
home of the Green Bay
Packers. This guided tour includes a look into the
press box, skyboxes, club seats and much more. Regular
scheduled tours in June, July and August. Admission
210 Museum Place,
Green Bay, 448-4460
As the third largest museum in Wisconsin, the Neville
showcases art, history, science exhibits, special events
and educational programs. Open daily. Gift shop. Donation.
866 EE Road,
Experience the history of the Oneida Indians through
the "hands on" exhibits featuring musical
instruments, head pieces, weapons and more. Gift shop.
Open daily year-round. Admission fee.
Waterski team performing Memorial Day through Labor
Day, Thursday evenings at the Brown County Fairgrounds
on the Fox River. Donations.
Beach Wildlife Sanctuary
1660 E. Shore Dr.,
Green Bay, 391-3671
700-acre urban wildlife refugee with trails,
Nature Education Center, bird observation building
and native Wisconsin animal exhibits. Open year
round. No admission fee.
County Maritime Museum
Sturgeon Bay, WI
Experience the Nautical History of Door County!
"The Spirt of Aviation"
Oshkosh, WI (920) 426-4800
Founded in 1953, this association offers the fun
and camaraderie of sharing a passion for participating
in the flying, building, and restoring of recreational
aircraft and features one of the most spectacular
aircraft museums in the USA and sponsors the World's
Greatest Aviation Celebration every summer in
Bay Botanical Gardens
Green Bay Botanical Garden's display gardens capture
the beauty of Northeastern Wisconsin. Garden architecture
sets the stage for perennials, roses, trees.
1901 South Oneida Street
The Resch Center
is the home of Green Bay Gamblers Hockey, University
of Wisconsin-Green Bay Men’s Basketball
and Green Bay Blizzard Arena Football.
Under PMI Entertainment Group's management, the
Resch Center was named Best New Venue in 2004
by Tour Guide Magazine. The Resch Center has also
been ranked by Pollstar from being in the top
100 buildings in the world and being in the top
15 buildings in the USA from 2004-2008. Events
currently held here include top 10 touring concerts,
family shows and sporting events.
& N.E.W. Zoo
4418 Reforestation Road,
Green Bay, 494-2632
A 1,600-acre recreational area with a zoo, picnic facilities,
trout fishing ponds, observation tower, hiking and skiing
trails. Park open daily. No admission fee.
Hall of Fame
1265 Lombardi Ave.,
Green Bay, 569-7512
Follow the history of the Green Bay Packers from 1919
to the present. Photos, trophies, modern multimedia
presentations and exhibits bring the Packer story to
life. Open seven days a week, year round. Choose from
over 900 NFL and Packer items in the gift shop. Admission
2640 S. Webster,
Green Bay, 448-5150
A 40+acre outdoor living history museum with more than
25 historic and reconstructed buildings. See history
come alive with real life characters from the past.
Open May through September. Call for specific times
and dates. Gift shop. Admission fee.
2285 S. Broadway
Green Bay, 437-7623
The National Railroad Museum preserves and exhibits
75 pieces of rolling stock, including 12 steam engines,
7 diesel engines and 4 cabooses. See the model train
display with over a mile of track. Gift shop. Open daily
May through October. Admission fee.
2100 Airport Dr,.
Green Bay, 497-8118
Bingo presented by the Oneida Indian Tribe. Features
regular sessions seven days a week, as well as Early
Bird and Night Owl sessions. Call for times. Must be
18 or older to participate.
333 Main St
Green Bay, 432-4555
Green Bay's downtown conference center. Call to see
how you can make it the site of your next meeting or
403 N. Broadway,
Built in 1836, it was the first bank building
in Wisconsin; now a museum and repository for
DePere history. Open year-round Wednesday through
Sunday. Call for hours. No admission fee.
Founded in 1970 as the Manitowoc Submarine Memorial
Association, the Wisconsin Maritime Museum has
grown into one of the largest maritime museums
in the Midwest. In addition to commemorating the
maritime heritage of the Manitowoc-Two Rivers
area and the submarines built here during World
War II, the Wisconsin Maritime Museum is now a
leader in preserving the maritime history of Wisconsin
and the Great Lakes region.
Art Center & Gardens
1410 Algoma Blvd.
Oshkosh, WI (920) 235-6903
The Paine Art Center and Arboretum houses three
permanent exhibitions and eight to twelve traveling
events per year. The center has a strong collection
of art work housed in a dramatic Tudor Revival
mansion surrounded by beautiful gardens. Tremendous