The third-largest city in Wisconsin, Green Bay is located on the west shore of Lake Michigan. Sports enthusiasts can visit the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame and tour the Lambeau Field Stadium, while nature lovers can stroll through the Green Bay Botanical Garden and explore the Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary.
The Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame is one of the top Green Bay attractions that recognizes the accomplishments of the Green Bay Packers. The facility uses interactive exhibits, and it displays many artifacts related to the Green Bay Packers. Many of the team’s trophies are on display, and the establishment also features a replica of Vince Lombardi’s office. In addition to the Hall of Fame, there are three different tours of the Lambeau Field Stadium: the one hour Classic Stadium Tour, the one and a half hour Champion’s Tour, and the two hour Legendary Tour.
For plant lovers, stroll through 47 acres of landscaped beauty at the Green Bay Botanical Garden. Paths curve past themed gardens: rose, color, perennial, English cottage and a Wisconsin woodland garden. The brightly colored Children's Garden features a tower overlooking a kids' maze, a sensory garden and a small shed and garden tagged as Mr. McGregor's. Love animals? Share your passion for wildlife on a trip to the Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary. This 600-acre complex rehabilitates sick and injured animals, provides nature education opportunities, and includes miles of hiking trail. It is also free and open to the public year-round.
After a day of touring, head over to Captain’s Walk Winery or the Badger State Brewing Company for a tour and taste of Wisconsin's finest beverages! Top off the evening with a stay at a local B&B, where the hospitality is top notch.