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 Downtown Green Bay invites you to check out one of many attractions while you are here. Here's a short list for you to check out:

The ARTgarage

1400 Cedar St. * Green Bay, WI 54302 * 920.448.6800

A bustling art gallery featuring local artists as well as a variety of classes, special exhibits and live music. 

  The Automobile Gallery

400 S. Adams St. * Green Bay, WI 54301 * 920.437.9024

Dedicated to educate, inspire and share the passion of the automobile with the community and car enthusiasts throughout the United States. The versatile event space the gallery displays almost 50 vehicles of distinction, each with a story to help you understand and appreciate the impact of the automobile in our everyday lives.
 Titletown Brewing Company
200 Dousman St. * Green Bay, WI 54301 * 920.437.2337

Downtown Green Bay is home to the famous local brewery, Titletown! Serving up a wide array of local brews including Johnny "Blood" Red, Bridge Out Stout.


Backstage at the Meyer

117 S. Washington St. * Green Bay, WI 54301 * 920.433.3333

The beautifully renovated space that’s attached to the Meyer Theatre features a backstage theme (hence the name!) and showcases repurposed brick from the existing historic structure.  It’s classy, gorgeous and is the perfect place for you and friends to sit, relax, and enjoy a cocktail or your favorite beverage before a show

Brown County Central Library

515 Pine Street * Green Bay, WI 54301 * 920.448.4400

The central library branch offers residents and visitors access to thousands of book titles, free access to internet and a wonderful children’s area. 

Broken Spoke

115 Pine St. * Green Bay, WI 54301 * 920.634.2040

Rent and purchase new bikes from the store of the "fat bikes" in Green Bay.  

Captain’s Walk Winery

345 S. Adams Street * Green Bay, WI 54301 * 920.431.WALK or 920.431.9255

A venue for vinifera, Captain’s Walk Winery offers premium wine tasting in a laid-back atmosphere. They take the snobbery out of wine while providing a unique and lighthearted tasting education. 

Children’s Museum of Green Bay

301 N. Washington Street * Green Bay, WI 54301 * 920.432.4397

The Children’s Museum of Green Bay opened in April 2012 and has been the hot spot for local and visiting families with wonderfully constructed exhibits with cutting edge technology. 

The CityDeck

East Bank of the Fox River between the Main & Walnut St. bridges

The CityDeck is a gorgeous 1400 foot boardwalk development along the Fox River with amazing architecture and lighting. In the summer, it is home to dozens of events and in the winter to the Ameriprise Ice Rink at CityDeck. Click here to download a PDF summary of the CityDeck complete with pictures and descriptions.

  Expedition Addicts

126 Pine St. * Green Bay, WI 54301* 920.360.0355

Rent and purchase kayaks and bikes from the closet kayak launch on the Fox River in Downtown Green Bay! 

Fox River Trail & Life of the River Sculpture Walk

East bank of the Fox River, art pieces clustered from Porlier to Walnut St.

The Fox River Trail and Life of the River Sculpture walk is a great free activity for any visitor or resident. The expansive trail runs from Downtown Green Bay to Wrightstown. 

Green Bay Community Theater

122 N. Chestnut Ave * Green Bay, WI 54303 * 920. 435.6300

The Green Bay Community Theater has produced over 304 plays including traditional comedies are contrasted with serious drama, musicals and lesser-known classics. When the theater isn’t being used for plays it is open to community organizations.

KI Convention Center

333 Main Street * Green Bay, WI 54301 * 920.432.1234

As the largest meeting and event venue in Green Bay, the KI Convention Center is able to provide the space and amenities for large or small groups planning conventions, meetings, events and weddings.

Meyer Theatre

117 South Washington Street * Green Bay, WI 54301 * 920.433.3343

Home to Franks Dinner Theater, new upcoming artists, musicals, plays and concerts. With plush seats and beautiful interior structures, The Meyer Theater is a must see place in Green Bay. 

Packers Heritage Trail

22 markers throughout the downtown; Trail Head at Neville Public Museum

The Packers Heritage Trail was designed as a self-guided walking tour that is presented on 22 commemorative plaques, made of all bronze and located at sites where the blended history of the Packers and their fans during that period actually unfolded.

Neville Public Museum

210 Museum Place * Green Bay, WI 54303 * 920.448.4460

The Neville Public Museum offers numerous programs to the public. Often times, these are completely free and a great way to learn new things and spend time with your family.

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