Home to the Green Bay Packers, Lambeau Field is open year-round and functions as a Packer's historical center as well as a playing field. Originally opened 1957, this venue now seats over 72,000 and boasts itself to be the longest continuously occupied stadium in the NFL. During the off-season, you can still enjoy this facility by visiting the Lambeau Field Atrium and the Packers Hall of fame.
Opened in 1936, the Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary is regarded as one of Green Bay's largest parks. Pay a visit to this park to get a look at the natural habitat of various animals and bird species. The sanctuary also has several trails that are frequented by many hikers and even young, nature enthusiasts.
Ever since its establishment in 1892, Bay Beach Amusement Park has struck a chord with the residents of Green Bay through plenty of activities for kids as well as for adults. Their rides range from thrilling ones to the more blissful ones and the ticket prices ensure that you always have a smile on your face.
Established in 1956, the National Railroad Museum welcomes close to 75,000 visitors every year. The museum also has space for private, business and social events. The educational program here includes field trips, nature walks, lectures, interactive sessions and workshops. The artifacts include over 5000 reports, records, maps, old uniforms, clothing, negatives, photographs, tools and more.
This 43-acre (17-hectare) land is the Northeastern Wisconsin Zoo that attracts more than half a million visitors every year. Over 200 animals call this zoo their home and there are several exhibits on display. This natural oasis not only provides recreation and entertainment, but also education on the conservation of wildlife.
Heritage Hill State Historical Park is an open-air museum spread over 48 acres (19 hectares) in Green Bay. They aim at preserving historic buildings and is operated by the Heritage Hill Association. The park has almost thirty structures on display like log cabins, Bark Chapel, Allouez Town Hall, Baird Law Office, etc to name a few. The buildings are prominently from the 19th century and they have curators all over the place to help the tourists with the details. Open throughout the year, the state park also has various collectibles, books, costumes, etc from the 17th century on display.
Opened in 1983, the Neville Public Museum of Brown County is a trailhead of the Packers Heritage Trail. The museum is renowned for displaying exhibits relating to history, arts and science. It also organizes programs, lectures and films throughout the year. There is also a gift shop that is open all week selling jewelry, games, books, art pieces, etc.