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Downtown Green Bay has many sights to see! One of these fabulous tours can help keep you from missing anything!


Segway the Fox


Segway tours include a very fun glide, beautiful scenery, and historic places throughout Green Bay. The choice is yours, pick any tour: “Just Glide”, Historic Downtown, Lambeau Stadium/Walk of Legends, Packer Heritage Trail and a Geocache Green Bay Tour.  

Packers Heritage Trail

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.

Packers Heritage Trail Trolley Tours

The Packers Heritage Trail Tolley Tours kicked off in 2013 and are a great way to experience the Packers Heritage Trail with an entertaining guide. From the home of Curly Lambeau to the offices where the team was founded, you'll learn the rich history of this football team that proudly calls Green Bay home. Tours are offered throughout training camp and other select dates.

Green Bay Ghost Tours

Tour the city's haunted past with Tim Freiss as he follows the trail of the tragic, the inexplicable and the just plain spooky. From the desecration of the father of Wisconsin's burial spot to the winery that was a stop on the


Underground Railroad to the nightclub haunted by a bullet-riddled love triangle, Haunted Green Bay stirs up the kind of history that keeps us awake a little bit longer once the lights are out. Pictured to the left is the YMCA, one of the spooky stops!

Pathway to Progress (Fox River Trail Markers)

Learn historical and modern-day facts about the community through a series of markers and plaques along the Fox River Trail.  Read the stories of influential people and events that shaped Green Bay’s past.  Here are few things you could find out:

  • Do you know where our first courthouse stood?
  • How did our streets and parks get their names?
  • What local leader helped lay the foundation for Wisconsin’s statehood?
  • Who risked a considerable fortune to put in a river lock system?
  • What is the significance of the prominent tomb overlooking Riverside Drive?
  • What year did the St. Lawrence Seaway open to connect Green Bay to the world?

Discover these answers and more fun history on nine signs, along with three signs giving modern-day statistics on why the Port of Green Bay is so significant. There’s plenty of parking with easy access to the trail. The signs begin where the East River enters the Fox River near the Wisconsin Public Service building and end near Heritage Hill. 

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