Best Attractions & Activities

With all of the things to do and see in a city, deciding how to spend your time can be quite an agonizing decision. 10best has narrowed all of the available attractions in Green Bay to a list of the most appealing and reputable, to aide in your decision making. You can rest easy knowing that any choice you make from our list is sure to please.

A favorite with history buffs, this 48-acre compound on the east bank of the Fox River takes visitors back to the days when Northeastern Wisconsin was true pioneer country. Twenty-five reconstructed buildings dating as far back as the 17th...  Read More

L.H. Barkhausen Waterfowl Preserve

This 900-plus-acre outdoor education facility is nestled on the southwestern shore of Green Bay, providing "safe harbor" for dozens of bird species, including Canadian geese and wild ducks. The park is also home to the West Shore Interpretive...  Read More

Oneida Nation Museum

Learn about the first inhabitants of Green Bay and the Fox River area at this public museum, which has preserved the storied history of the Oneida Nation since opening in 1979. The museum features both indoor and outdoor exhibits: Native...  Read More

Green Bay Botanical Garden

Just a short piece off Packerland Road, this public garden features more than 40 acres of seasonal display gardens, ensuring that guests find a rich, colorful scene no matter what time of year they visit. Among the highlights are the formal...  Read More

Green Bay Packer Hall of Fame

This 25,000 square foot facility pays special tribute to some 130 of the Packers' most talented players. You'll find photos and biographical information on each of the inductees, plus an array of displays depicting the history of the beloved...  Read More

Historic Broadway District
Neville Public Museum

Learn about science, art, and local history at Green Bay's largest museum. Its signature exhibit, "On the Edge of the Inland Sea" teaches patrons the history of the Great Lakes Region, from the last Ice Age 7500 years ago to the present. Also...  Read More

National Railroad Museum

Founded in 1958, this museum preserves the history of, and promotes interest in, great American railways through a collection of more than 70 locomotives and railcars, an educational film, and rides on "Thomas the Tank Engine". Among the more...  Read More

Northeastern Wisconsin Zoo

This nationally recognized facility, which locals call the NEW Zoo, boasts more than 40 acres of animal exhibits. In addition to grey wolves, mountain lions, and bears indigenous to Wisconsin, visitors can see African lions, Australian...  Read More

Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary

Sprawling across 700 acres, Bay Beach offers nature-lovers a beautiful setting for exploration, learning, and fun. Bird-watchers will be happy to find that the park's water and wild areas are home to approximately 250 distinct species of birds,...  Read More

Green Bay Packers Lambeau Field Tour

One of the most storied sports franchises in history, the Packers are unique in that the citizens of Green Bay actually own the team. This relationship has created a special bond between the city and the team, one that transcends the concept of...  Read More

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