Shopping Malls and Centers

Go for convenience, accessibility, and selection. Those are the perks of Green Bay's best malls and shopping centers. You can get in and out quickly and see a ton of things. Loads of local shopping options include high-brow and low-brow stores, along with food offerings should you need a drink or a bite along the way. Check out the wide variety at places like Somewhere In Time Antique Mall or Green Bay. Indoors or outdoors, there's a bounty to be had.

Just off Main, this little coffee shop and used book store is a popular gathering place for students and bookworms, who enjoy reading favorite authors while sitting on the couch or at a cafe table, sipping lattes. The small display cabinet...  Read More

Historic Broadway District

Catering to Green Bay's collective sweet tooth since the 1920s, Beernstsen's uses only traditional family recipes to create its delectable treats. Offering truffles, turtles, old-fashioned fudge, and hard candy, the stained-wood display cabinets...  Read More

Furs of Distinction

Located in the heart of one of Green Bay's upcoming districts, this exclusive clothier has established a reputation for itself among the town's fashion-conscious ladies. Friendly service gives the place a touch of small town style, but make no...  Read More

Although Green Bay has a reputation as a blue-collar town, places like Wine Premiere pepper its shopping scene, adding a touch of sophistication. Featuring an impressive selection of wines from around the world, Premiere also hosts frequent...  Read More

Historic Broadway District
Somewhere In Time Antique Mall

Housed in what was once the horse barn for the old Fairmont Dairy, this antique mall features items from more than 100 different dealers who specialize in everything from watches and jewelry to paintings and old aluminum signs. The store also...  Read More

Olde Main Street

While the Broadway District and North Washington Street often capture more attention than Green Bay's Historic Main Street, the latter still has much to offer. Past Washington Commons and the West Main hotel scene, Main Street becomes a phalanx...  Read More

Downtown De Pere

This unique riverside community actually has a downtown area divided by the Fox River, and both the East and West De Pere business districts offer passers-through their pick of locally-owned restaurants, bars, and stores. East De Pere, in...  Read More

Washington Street

Starting at the west end of the Ray Nitschke Bridge (where Dousman becomes Main), Washington Street runs parallel to the Fox River. This bustling thoroughfare features wide, tree-lined sidewalks and renovated storefronts that house a number of...  Read More

Bay Park Square

The area's premiere shopping destination, Bay Park boasts more than 70 specialty shops, including American Eagle, Old Navy, Pacific Sunwear, and Victoria's Secret. Wide, well-lighted corridors feature pleasant sitting areas arranged around...  Read More

Historic Broadway District
Broadway Street

Green Bay's Historic Broadway District has seen its share of change over the last few years, going from one of the town's more neglected areas to an up-and-coming commercial strip. Indeed, if you're looking to shop, Broadway offers a plethora of...  Read More

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