Things to Do in Green Bay, Wisconsin


Wisconsin’s oldest settlement, Green Bay is home to an extensive and unique history. Its first settlers were successful entrepreneurs, providing beaver belts to European hatmakers in the 1600s and inventing the first ever splinter-free toilet paper in the 1900s. Today, the city continues to prosper and lead, despite its somewhat small size. In fact, we’re the smallest city to host an NFL team: the fan-owned and 13-time National Champion Green Bay Packers!

A Classic Green Bay Tradition Reimagined for Today

More than a hotel—an extension of home. More than a place to meet—a beloved backdrop for stories passed down, retold and remembered. More than its remarkable architecture—a living embodiment of the city’s civic pride, love of sport, and enterprising commercial energy.


Explore the City

We may be famous for football, but we’ve got even more to offer. From world-class craft breweries to breathtaking natural sites, there’s so much to see and do in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

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Local Events
January Winterfest on Broadway

Families gather on the streets of the Broadway District to celebrate the beauty of Wisconsin’s wintertime with a variety of fun outdoor activities.

February Winter Family Festival

Every February, the breathtaking Green Bay Botanical Garden puts on a family-friendly festival of games and activities for the winter season.

March Arti Gras Fine Arts Festival

Head to downtown Green Bay for an eclectic display of the arts, featuring the works of 100 craftspersons and artists.

April Titletown Train Show

Experience the very best of model railroading at this train-centric convention, featuring a variety of operating model trains and vendors.

May FUNdue Wine Festival

Nothing goes together quite like wine and fondue, and the annual FUNdue Wine Festival is here to prove it!

June Civil War Re-Enactment

Each year, Heritage Hill invites re-enactors from across Wisconsin to demonstrate both military and civilian perspectives of Civil War life.

July Oneida Nation Pow Wow & Festival

Experience a one-of-a-kind display of dancing, singing, art, food, and fun at one of the Midwest’s largest Pow Wows.

August Brown County Fair

Situated on the Fox River, this family-friendly fair aims to educate people of all ages about the history of Brown County through an array of exciting activities.

September Oneida Big Apple Fest

With live music, wagon rides, tasty food, and an array of demonstrations, this free event is perfect for some old-fashioned family fun.

Halloween Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary

Ideal for all ages, this Halloween-themed event features a pumpkin-lit walk through the great outdoors of the Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary.

November Green Bay Holiday Parade

Offering a new theme each year, this annual holiday parade is a time-honored tradition in the city of Green Bay.

December The Spirit of Christmas Past

Celebrate the Christmas season with historic music, hot chocolate, holiday crafts, and more, each December at Heritage Hill State Park.

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