Located off I-43 at exit 187 North
1313 Bay Beach Rd.
The whole family will enjoy this old-fashioned amusement park with old-fashioned prices. Over 19 rides provide fun for all ages. Concessions, souvenirs and picnic shelters. Free admission, ride tickets at minimal cost.
Open May through September.
Located behind the hotel
345 S. Adams St.
Captain’s Walk Winery offers a daily tasting of premium grape wine – up to seven 1-ounce samples per person for only $3.00. Products and unique gifts are available for purchase onsite.
(located within walking distance)
232 S. Broadway
Green Bay, WI 54303
Music That Inspires!
The Cup O’ Joy is a Music Venue located in downtown Green Bay. Alcohol/Smoke Free, a Family Friendly environment, The Cup O Joy is open every Fri & Sat night with the best of Christian-Positive music from all over the country in every style imaginable. Check out www.cupojoy.com for all the scheduling. We serve various drinks and snacks… so you can munch while you listen. There is no cover charge-artists are supported by your donation!
Across from hotel
A 13-mile hiking/biking trail. The first seven miles are paved and run along the beautiful Fox River and it all begins across the street from our front door!
Open spring to fall, dawn to dusk.
Behind Northeast Wisconsin Technical College on W. Mason St .
2600 Larsen Rd.
60-acres of beautiful gardens and natural areas. Display gardens designed to capture the brilliance of the region’s four distinctly beautiful seasons.
Open May 1 through September 30, 10:00 am to 6:00 pm .
301 N Washington St.
Green Bay, WI 54301
Just down the street, the recently opened Green Bay Children’s Museum is a fantastic spot to spend the day with the kids!
855 Lombardi Field
Home to the Super Bowl I trophy, the museum also contains a brand new two-screen theater show on the history of the team. Lambeau Field Stadium Tours are available June through August. Visit the gift shop with over 500 Packer items to purchase.
O . Hwy.172 at Webster Ave.
2640 S. Webster Ave.
920-448-5150 or 800-721-5150
Stroll through Northeast Wisconsin history on this forty plus acre outdoor living history museum. The museum covers four time periods from 1670-1900, including 25 historic, reconstructed buildings and costumed interpreters.
1008 South Monroe Avenue
Nestled in Astor Historic District, Hazelwood remains on its original waterfront site. Morgan L. Martin, instrumental in establishing Wisconsin ‘s statehood, built this Greek Revival style house in 1837. Guided tour provides a unique glance into 19th century Wisconsin life. Original furnishings displayed.
Summer hours: Weekends, 1:00 – 4:00 p.m. ; Weekdays, 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
2024 Lakeview Drive , Suamico
This state designed wildlife area offers nature exhibits, cross-country skiing, ice-skating and indoor facilities. Situated north of Green Bay .
117 S. Washington Street
Enjoy plays, concerts, etc. on this restored 1930 stage theater. Only 1-1/2 blocks north of hotel on Washington Street .
Off Hwy 41 in Suamico
4418 Reforestation Rd.
The 43-acre natural exhibit area features Wisconsin Prairie, International and Northern Trail animal exhibits. A new black-footed penguin exhibit is also included. The Children’s zoo provides a hands-on experience for visitors.
Open daily April through October.
2285 S. Broadway Ave.
The museum is the largest railroad-related retailer in the Midwest . It displays 80 railroad cars and locomotives, including Big Boy, the world’s largest steam locomotive and General Dwight D. Eisenhower World War II staff train. You can also enjoy the multi-media show on the history of railroading as well as a train ride in the vintage passenger cars.
On the bank of the Fox River downtown
210 Museum Place
Celebrate the history of Northeast Wisconsin with the permanent exhibit On the Edge of the Inland Sea . Two floors of galleries host changing art exhibits.
Open year-round. Closed on Mondays.
ONEIDA BINGO & CASINO
Across from Austin Straubel Airport
2020/2100 Airport Dr .
920-497-8118 or 494-4500
Bingo daily. Try your luck at blackjack, high stakes bingo and real slots/video games. Year-round promotional giveaways, gift shops, discount tobacco available. Free shuttle bus available.
1901 S Oneida
Shopko Hall/Brown County Arena
920-497-5001 for upcoming ¤t events
Trade shows, sporting events, concerts and more all happening at the Green Bay Convention Complex. Only 15 minutes away. Across the street from Lambeau Field and the Green Bay Hall of Fame.
University of Wisconsin Green Bay
2420 Nicolet Drive
Offers a wide variety of cultural, entertainment, and educational performing arts to the Northeastern Wisconsin community while also serving as a home for local and University performing arts ensembles.