Visit Green Bay's

Area Attractions



Bay Beach Amusement Park:

Located on the Bay, an easy 1 mile walk/bike ride from South Bay Marina.

Kastle Cart:

Great family fun! Has something for every one, ranging from go-karts and 1/4 mile twisting curving track, mega min-golf and bumper boats, to batting cages and paintball target range. Located across from Bay Beach and an easy 1 mile walk/bike from South Bay Marina

Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary:

Near South Bay Marina, near Bay Beach Amusement Park. Come see the many animals and hand-feed the ducks.

Oneida Bingo and Casino:

Located southwest of Green Bay on Hwy 172 West, across from the airport, the Oneida Bingo and Casino features 24-hour entertainment.

Green Bay Botanical Garden:

Open all year, offers 47-acres of beautifully landscaped gardens and natural areas.

N.E.W. Zoo:

The Northeastern Wisconsin Zoo is located 11 miles northwest of Green Bay, within the Brown County Reforestation Camp.

Heritage Hill State Historical Park:

Heritage Hill has approximately 25 historic and reconstructed buildings located over 48 acres of land.

Lambeau Field

The official site of the National Football League Green Bay Packers.

Packers Hall Of Fame:

Features more than 80 years of fascinating Packer history. Home to the Packers four Super Bowl trophies.

Green Bay Gamblers:

United States Hockey League team. Season runs September through April.

Green Bay Booyah:

A summer baseball league which plays in the Northwoods League at the brand new Capital Credit Union Park

National Railroad Museum:

From lanterns to steam locomotives, the Museum collection is a window to the history of railroading.

Neville Public Museum:

Located near Downtown Green Bay, features a historical look into Green Bay's beginnings.

Resch Center:

Seats more than 10,000 people and it estimated to entertain more than 1.2 million people each year. Check out the upcoming shows.

Fox River Tours:

Features public cruises and private charters of Wisconsin's Lower Fox River on River Tyme, a 55-foot riverboat out of De Pere, WI.

Farmers' Market:

S Washington from Walnut to Stuart. Every Sat. from 5/27-10/28 from 7am-Noon. N Broadway from Dousman to Walnut. Every Wed. from 5/31-9/27 from 3pm-8pm (Market ends at 7pm after Labor Day).

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Casual Dining

Hagemeister Park:

A 9,000 square foot restaurant along with a 4,000 square foot outdoor patio featuring a heated canopy, over 20 TVs for sports viewing and incredible water views. On the east bank of the Fox River. Docks available.

Titletown Brewing Company:

On the west bank of the Fox River, boasting 16 tap lines and cask-conditioned firkins, classic pinball machines, and a prime view into our state-of-the art brewery, this is the perfect spot to meet up to watch the big game or imbibe with friends. Docks available.

1919 Kitchen & Tap:

Located inside the Lambeau Field Atrium.

Green Bay Distillery

Located in the heart of Green Bay, directly across from Ray Nitschke Field and within walking distance of Lambeau. Green Bay Distillery is a family-friendly, sports-focused restaurant, featuring sixty-six menu items – all with genuine Wisconsin flavor.

Fox Harbor Pub & Grill:

Located on the beautiful riverfront of downtown Green Bay, just a few steps from the Fox River Trail. So whether you’re on foot, bike or boat, stop in for a cold refreshment and a bite to eat. Also offers 10 free-transit slips to accommodate boats of all sizes.

KoKo Sushi Bar:

Welcoming, intimate and festive. Koko's offers a fun and modern interior with an outdoor patio for a complete dining experience. Hosting live musical entertainment from musicians around the area. Located on the east side of the Fox River.

Republic Chophouse:

Located in downtown Green Bay, Republic Chophouse is an urban steakhouse modern in approach and classic in spirit. Offering a contemporary, chef-inspired menu featuring modern classic dishes with an elevated twist.

The Creamery

The Creamery is a premier destination for breakfast, brunch and lunch located right on the Fox River.

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Golf Courses

Shorewood Golf Course:

9 hole course located on the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay campus.

The Woods Golf Course:

Newly renovated 18 hole course located in East Green Bay.

Royal Scott Country Club:

Located just ten minutes from the heart of Green Bay. Royal Scot features 18 holes of challenging golf over a beautiful landscape.