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Like what you see but don't know where to start? Here are a few themed itineraries to help get your juices going. Mix and match or just check them out for ideas!



Packer season or not – Downtown Green Bay has plenty Packer related things to do. 

Start by completing the Packers Heritage Trail by foot or on a Segway Tour. The Packers Heritage Trail was designed as a self-guided 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. Stop at Hagemeister Park and enjoy a lunch at the stomping grounds of the Packers home field in 1919. Throughout the Packer season downtown Green Bay has many other Packer related events such as: pep rallies, and banners hanging on the streets! 



Downtown Green Bay was home to many different religious and ethnic groups in the early establishing of the city, and the beautiful historic churches still stand.
Visit the following churches and don’t forget to tour The Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help, recognizing the number of miracles that have occurred including healing of the blind, sick and crippled. This is one of the four Shrines worldwide located just 17 miles east of Green Bay.  (Pictured left: St. Willebrord's taken by Chris Rand.)



This tour is for a Saturday with nothing better to do but enjoy wine and beer. Visit the three locations of locally brewed brews!

  • Captain’s Walk Winery is a venue for vinifera, offering premium wine tasting in a laid-back atmosphere.
  • Cock and Bull Publick House is an English pub housed in a handsome brick building over a century old, and carries over 200 specialty beers from around the world.
  • Stop at Titletown Brewery Company and grab a Jumbo Pretzel and “you are going to need another beer” so try the flight of Titletown brewskis and sample all of the home brewed beers.
  • Take a little break at the House of Home Brew and learn how beer is made or perhaps purchase some home brewing supplies yourself.
  • After all of the local breweries are checked off the list don’t forget to check out the event calendar for local performing artists and events. Drink responsibly, if need be here is the cab number 920. 471.6061! 



The Olde Main Street district includes the following art galleries and hands on studios.

  • The ARTgarage houses exhibits, classes, performances, and many special community arts events.
  • NWTC Artisan Center also has a long list of classes available to the general public including ceramics wheel throwing, and wood turning.
  • The Attic is a local coffee shop with books and art displays changing regularly.
  • Weathered Goods, a shop of homemade unique indoor and outdoor art pieces perfect for any gifts. While stopping by Weathered Goods peak in the windows of DanceSport and Photography by Emily and check out a few more artsy spots.
  • On a nice day take a walk along the Fox River and look at the Life of the River Public Art Sculptures
  • If you are taking this tour during lunch Los Banditos is a great restaurant for Mexican food, personal favorite is the CCQ. If it is an evening tour Ten O One Club and Big Tomatoes have great entrees on their menu. 



Nothing better than leaving the boys at home and enjoying some time with the girls. There are so many places to be downtown for the ladies.



As the boys are out and about again, some things on the to do list are:

  • A Bullfrogs game at Joannes Park; check out the Fan Deck in right field with all you can eat and drink specials!
  • If it isn’t baseball season stop at Fox Heights two 80 inch TV’s and watch a game.
  • After watching the sports games Simonet's Bar has 2 Golden Tee Live 2010 machines, Silver Strike, Powerputt, shuffleboard, pool and darts.
  • If time you have a few more hours away from the ladies check out the previously listed “Locally Brewed Tour”.


    Take the boat or kayak out on a Tour de Green Bay docks. 

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