Green Bay, WI is the smallest city to host an international team the Green Bay Packers. It’s one of the most interesting and fun cities with regular entertainment shows, amazing wine production, art culture, nature and botanical gardens, fishing waters, and history featured in museums and galleries. Visiting Green Bay is always a treat for tourists and here are some of the best things they enjoy:

Lambeau Field and Green Bay Packer Hall of Fame

For sports enthusiasts and Green Bay Packers’ fans, the large Lambeau Field is a must. You can make a day of it and take a tour, watch a practice game, shop  or dine.  The Green Bay Packer Hall of Fame offers so much information on the history of football and the Packers. The amount of history, memorabilia and pride is unlike anything you will ever see.  Something for every age.

Bay Beach Amusement Park

This place is completely fun filled and entertaining! The Park has incredible rides for an amazing price.  There is a picnic area for those who want to save money and take their lunch.  A playground area with equipment, wading pool, changing area and bathrooms is a nice addition to this Park.

Zoo and Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary

For a little wildlife attraction, you can always visit the Zoo & Adventure Park or see the local wildlife or walk the beautiful trails at the Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary.  Both these attractions are two of the most interesting places to see in the city.

Green Bay Botanical Garden

If you need a relaxed environment to go to, the botanical garden is ideal. It offers the most beautiful plants and flowers.  The gardens are designed and cared for with great thought. You will be impressed with the labeling of plants and the imaginative and inviting children’s area. The gardens are a must.

National Railroad Museum, Neville Public Museum, and Heritage Hill State Historical Park

If you love history, you will love Green Bay. The city offers so many options to go to for exploring a little history. You can check out the two museums which one is exclusively a train-history museum or you can visit the historical park which is known to make “history come alive”!