Fox River Tours
Now that things are calming down from the hectec days of summer, there's more time to relax and enjoy the Autumn events in Green Bay. Spend your day out, and your evening relaxing in!
The Great Pumpkin Train
Join the National Railroad Museum on Saturday, October 14th & 21st for a fun-filled day of music, games, activities, and pumpkin selecting!
Rain or shine, each admission to the Great Pumpkin Train includes indoor live entertainment, crafts, and games for children of all ages - in addition to a ride on the train to the pumpkin patch where you can find your own pumpkin to take home with you.
Live entertainment will include:
Children's rock tunes of Big & Tall
Children's entertainer Jeff McMullen
Tickets for The Great Pumpkin Train are $12 per person ($11.00 for members), and children two and under are admitted free. Advance reservations are not necessary. Tickets can be purchased at the main gate during the event. Proceeds from this event will go to support the Museum's programs and operations.
Terror on the Fox!
For over 20 years, Wisconsin’s own Terror on the Fox has been bringing you a whole new vision of horror and fun! Your favorite Halloween tradition has been reborn – featuring never before seen attractions and fresh blood on the banks of the Fox River. A train has derailed into the woods – lighting fires, releasing souls, and opening untold darkness onto the unsuspecting people of Green Bay. You aren’t afraid of clowns or catacombs are you? You will find out when you come—that is, if you can make it all the way through the terror.
(This event is not recommended for children under the age of 12 years.)
October 5-31 417 Pine Street, Green Bay, WI
Gags' Nightmare is a theatrical event unlike any haunted house you've ever been to. Opening this October, just a few minutes from the hotel in downtown Green Bay. Climb inside the world of Gags the Clown and truly live his Nightmare. Gags first appeared in the streets of downtown Green Bay about a year ago. He quickly rose to being a national icon with a large following. The feature film will be released in the fall of 2017. Proceeds for the event go towards helping The Production Farm. An organization that gives youth in foster care opportunities to succeed.