12 (Non-Packers Related) Things To Do in Green Bay

Growing up in Green Bay, I’ve heard it a million times, “What’s in Green Bay besides the Packers?” And while we are proud of (ok, that’s an understatement – more like obsessed with) our team, I know there is so much more to see and do in Green Bay. So, in honor of Aaron Rodgers, here’s a list of 12 things to do on your next trip to Titletown.

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  1. Carmina Mendez
    Carmina Mendez says:

    We went to the GreenBay Tourism Office trying to find things to do in Green Bay in one day that were not related to football…. Lambeau Field is the main and only attraction the office can recommend..

        • Amy
          Amy says:

          There is the Fox River Trail, the down town board walk. I take my family / grand kids to the Museum at least a couple times each year. There is a boat ferry in De Pere that is pretty reasonable as well and runs all the way into October. Bay Beach is still a very low cost family activity. Library is free and has activities, books, movies and music to listen to or rent. It’s all in what you like to do.

  2. Jim
    Jim says:

    Hey there

    Just wanted to let you know duck creek vineyard and winery is coming up on their 1 year anniversary on nov 29th. We are close to Green Bay. We are on 5046 county road r in between Bellevue and Denmark


  3. Janet Padilla
    Janet Padilla says:

    I will be traveling to Greenbay for Thanksgiving and am looking for a nice restaurant to have Thanksgiving Day meal. Can you help?

  4. Cheryl
    Cheryl says:

    I lived in Green Bay for five years. Some other areas of interest include:

    UW-Green Bay University has a beautiful arboretum with 270 acres surrounding the campus. There are many trails, a small hidden church in the forest and a tower that looks out over the bay (all for free) – http://www.uwgb.edu/biodiversity/natural-areas/arboretum/architectural-features.asp

    Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary is near UWGB and the Bay Beach Amusement Park and is beautiful and free – http://www.baybeachwildlife.com/

    If gambling is your thing there are two Oneida Casinos in Green Bay.

    Entertainment: Resch Center, Weidner Center, UWGB, St. Norbert’s., Fox River Tours.

    Other points of interest: Seroogy’s Chocolates, Beerntsen’s Candies, The Cannery Public Market, Green Bay Farmer’s Market (on Saturdays, downtown), and the shops on Broadway.

    Drinks: The Libertine, Green Bay Distillery, Captain’s Walk Winery, Hinterland Brewery, Titletown Brewing, Noble Roots Brewing Company, Cock & Bull Publick House, Stillmank Brewing Company, Jimmy Sea’s, Prohibition Spirits & Cigar Lounge, Escapades.

    Food: A’Bravo Bistro, Angelina’s, Little Tokyo, Bangkok Garden, White Dog Black Cat Cafe, Kavarana Coffee Shop (vegan/vegetarian), Kroll’s East or West (old fashioned burger joint), Wally’s Spot Supper Club (if you want the WI supper club experience), Proof, The Pancake Place (breakfast diner),

    Some of these locations are in DePere but it’s right next to Green Bay so I included them.

  5. Matt
    Matt says:

    How can you not mention Maplewood meat market. If you appreciate quality meats this place is a site to behold. I’m from Madison but visit the area frequently, I’ve never been disappointed with anything I’ve bought there.

  6. Trey
    Trey says:

    Heading to Greenbay from Houston on the 21st of nov..heading to title town for the first time, any recommendations for a good place to eat? Thanks

  7. Jennifer
    Jennifer says:

    Cheryl, I need a road trip and leaving Friday morning after work for GB from STL. After reading your post, where do I need to eat like the locals?? Thanks doll

  8. Jody L Ridgley
    Jody L Ridgley says:

    We live in greenbay wi. I really need help with this to do with the family and Faye nights with my wife. I am by no means a packers fan i acually dispise them please help

  9. Kurt Krauss
    Kurt Krauss says:

    Check out Edge VR Arcade! It’s a new virtual reality arcade that just opened in Green Bay. It’s awesome!


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