There is no end to the variety of activities available to Eastern Wisconsin visitors and residents alike. Visit a lighthouse, shop for antiques or art or visit a winery or brewery. Visit an amusement park, take a train or trolley tour, go kayaking, go for a cruise, check out a garden, visit Lambeau Field, home to the Green Bay Packers, and much more.
Ashwaubenon Bowling Alley & Family Fun Center
2929 Allied Street, Green Bay, WI 54304, (920) 336-0400
Sixty-lane bowling center features automatic scoring, bumper bowling, cosmic bowling, game room, meeting room and lounge.
Ashwaubenon Historical Society & Museum
737 Cormier Road, Green Bay, WI 54304, (920) 429-2863
The nonprofit organization's goal is to use records and artifacts to preserve the history of Ashwaubenon.
2881 S. Broadway, Green Bay, WI 54304, (920) 492-2331
The 53-acre facility features a picnic area, playground equipment and man-made lake with beachfront and diving platform.
Bay Beach Amusement Park
1313 Bay Beach Road, Green Bay, WI 54302, (920) 448-3365
A popular, affordable attraction includes 18 rides, food concessions and main pavilion.
Belgian Settlement Tours
1255 Cty. Hwy. DK, Brussels, WI 54204, (920) 825-1199
Narrated bus tour of the largest Belgian settlement in the United States.
3273 Mathey Rd., Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235, (920) 743-1246
Briggsville Gardens offers a self-guided tour of one of the largest display gardens in Door County. Situated in the gardens are waterfalls and a koi pond, sculptured trees, a formal English cottage and woodland gardens.
Capitol Civic Centre
913 S. 8th Street, Manitowoc, WI 54220, (920) 683-2184
Captain's Walk Winery
345 South Adams St., Green Bay, WI 54301, (920) 431-9255
Offering wine tasting in a light-hearted atmosphere.
Central Memorial Park
1710 Park St. , Two Rivers, WI 54241, (920) 793-5592
Cherry Trains Tours LLC
Ferry Dock, Northport Pier, P.O. Box 39, Washington Island, WI 54246, (920) 847-2546
Take the Washington Island Ferry Boat from Northport Pier to the island to take a 1 1/2 to 2 hour tour covering 15 miles of Washington Island with selected stops. The train tour guide will point out tidbits of history, folklore and legends of island life along the way.
Children's Museum of Green Bay
301 N. Washington St., Green Bay, WI 54301, (920) 432-4397
This hands-on educational facility features 13 interactive galleries.
4935 County Rd C, Manitowoc, WI 54220, (920) 726-1800
Crossroads at Big Creek
2041 Michigan St., P.O. Box 608, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235, (920) 746-5895
A 115- acre preserve for learning experiences focused on science, history and the environment. Open year-round, the preserve includes several educational resource centers and an all-season trail system that connects to evergreen and hardwood forests, streams, seasonal ponds, wetlands and upland meadows.
Cup O' Joy
232 S. Broadway, Green Bay, WI 54303, (920) 435-3269
Family-friendly, smoke and alcohol-free venue hosts national and regional Christian artists Friday and Saturday nights.
DC Adventure Center: Zip Line, Kayak, Paddleboard & More
4497 Ploor Rd., Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235, (920) 746-9999
DC Adventure Center offers programs for all ability levels and ages to experience learning, challenge, success and fun. Programs include recreational tours, corporate outings, retreats, team building programs, reunions, scouting adventures and summer camps.
De Equus Stables LLC
11816 Morgan Road , Cato , WI 54230, (920) 775-4088
Dewey Street Park - X Sports Complex
1800 S. 35 th St , Manitowoc, WI 54220, (920) 686-3580
Door County Bike Tours
9914 Water St., Ephraim, WI 54211, (920) 839-5088
Door County Bike Tours offers 3 and 5-day guided adventures through Door County, returning each evening to Ephraim’s Eagle Harbor Inn.
Door County Land Trust
23 N. Fifth Ave., P.O. Box 65, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235, (920) 746-1359
The Land Trust nature preserves found throughout Door County protect and preserve the scenic beauty and ecological integrity of the county. Here, the public can go for hiking, bird watching, skiing, photography and other low-impact recreational activities.
Door County Maritime Museum
120 N. Madison Ave., Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235, (920) 743-5958
The Door County Maritime Museum chronicles Door Peninsula’s maritime heritage. Exhibits explore the shipbuilding history and many lighthouses. They include a ship model collection, refurbished pilot house, classic boats, a World War II exhibit with periscope, and a classic Fresnel lighthouse lens. The featured exhibit is "Pirates - Ship to Shore" which includes a pirate village and half-scale pirate ship.
Door County Trolley Inc.
9197 Hwy. 42, Fish Creek, WI 54212, (920) 888-1100
The Door County Trolley offers a variety of tours including a narrated scenic tour and specialized lighthouse, wine and culinary tours, as well as ghost tours and a haunted tour of Sturgeon Bay. The fun continues through the winter with the Winter Wonderland Trolley Tour and a Progressive Dinner Trolley Outing.
Ephraim Historical Foundation
3060 Anderson Lane, P.O. Box 165, Ephraim, WI 54211, (920) 854-9688
Walking tour guides provide insight into the beauty, history and cultural heritage of the village of Ephraim, founded in 1853 by Moravian minister and Norwegian immigrant Andreas Iverson. Visit the museum buildings including the Anderson Store, Anderson Barn, Pioneer Schoolhouse and Goodletson Cabin.
Family Shooting Academy
1976 Verlin Rd., Green Bay, WI 54311, (920) 393-4006
The public indoor shooting range offers gun rentals, instructors and an indoor range.
Foxy Lady Cruises
200 Main Street, Green Bay, WI 54302, (920) 432-3699
Offering lunch, dinner, cocktail and sightseeing cruises and providing full-service bars and restrooms in air-conditioned/heated comfort.
Gravity Trails Zip/Bike/Kayak/Gem Mining
1041 County Rd. ZZ, Rowleys Bay, WI 54210, (920) 854-9292
Gravity Trails is a multi-recreational activity center offering guided canopy zip line tours, kayak tours, and gem mining. Near the resort, there is access to Newport State Park, The Mink River Estuary, Sand Bay Beach, and over 50 acres of hiking trails.
Green Bay Botanical Garden
2600 Larsen Rd., Green Bay, WI 54303, (920) 490-9457
Featuring 47 acres of gardens and natural areas.
Green Bay Ghost Tours
1138 W. Mason St., Green Bay, WI 54303, (920) 499-2783
Actual haunted buildings of Green Bay are seen in this family-friendly tour for ghost story enthusiasts.
Green Bay Packers & Lambeau Field
1265 Lombardi Ave., Green Bay, WI 54304, (920) 569-7500
This year-round destination includes the Packers Pro Shop, Hall of Fame and tours of the stadium.
Green Bay Symphony Orchestra
1240 Main St., Green Bay, WI 54302, (920) 435-3465
The orchestra's mission is to entertain, engage and educate with the power of music.
Hamilton Wood Type Museum
1619 Jefferson Street, Two Rivers, WI 54241, (920) 794-6272
Hands on Art Studio
3655 Peninsula Players Rd., Fish Creek, WI 54212, (920) 868-9311
Here, you try your talents at various art while having fun. You can paint your own ceramics, glassware, t-shirts and birdhouses. Or maybe you'd like to spin-paint a canvas, experiment with fused glass or lampworking, make a mosaic, weld a metal sculpture or create silver jewelry with metal clay.
Hazelwood Historic House Museum
1008 S. Monroe, Green Bay, WI 54301, (920) 437-1840
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this Greek Revival Victorian home is open for guided tours and seasonal programs.
Heritage Hill State Historical Park
2640 S. Webster Ave., Green Bay, WI 54301, (920) 448-5150
Costumed guides bringing the past to life add to the atmosphere and enjoyment while people explore this living history museum.
Historic Farm Museum
1701 12th Street, Two Rivers, WI 54241, (920) 553-4001
J.E. Hamilton Community House
1520 17th St, Two Rivers, WI 54241, (920) 793-5592
Joannes Family Aquatic Center
1450 E. Walnut St., Green Bay, WI 54301, (920) 448-3365
Featuring wading and swimming areas, water slides, sand play area, volleyball, concessions and the nearby Joannes Skate Park.
Lake Michigan Carferry Service - Manitowoc
900 S. Lakeview Dr., Manitowoc, WI 54220, (800) 841-4243
Experience Amazing! The SS Badger is the largest operating passenger steamship in the United States. At 410' she provides a fun, reliable cruise experience across Lake Michigan. Enjoy free entertainment, movies, food, shopping, and more. Cars, RVs, and motorcycles travel with you. Groups, car and motorcycle club discounts available.
Lake Michigan Circle Tour
If you are looking for a great vacation experience, be sure to discover the Lake Michigan Circle Tour, especially through Northeastern Wisconsin, West Michigan, and Northern Michigan. To travel the northern route of the Circle Tour, cross Lake Michigan on the S.S.Badger carferry out of Manitowoc, Wisconsin to Ludington, Michigan.
Lambeau Field Stadium Tours
1265 Lombardi Ave., Green Bay, WI 54304, (920) 569-7513
The tour takes you through a game-day suite, the players' tunnel, and the bleachers while hearing the Green Bay Packers history.
Lincoln Park Zoo
1215 N 8th Street, Manitowoc, WI 54220, (920) 683-4685
Lower Cato Falls County Park
Hwy JJ , Manitowoc, WI 54220
Manitowoc County Expo/Ice Center
4921 Expo Drive, Manitowoc, WI 54220, (920) 683-4378
Manitowoc Family Aquatic Center
940 N 18th St , Manitowoc, WI 54220, (920) 683-4530
Manitowoc-Two Rivers YMCA
205 Maritime Drive, Manitowoc, WI 54220, (920) 682-0341
This 5.5 mile recreational trail is along the Lake Michigan shore between Manitowoc and Two Rivers. The paved surface accommodates walkers, joggers, bikers, and rollerbladers. The trail is free to all users, and can be accessed anywhere along its length. Dogs are welcome. Please keep your pet on a leash and clean up after.
117 S. Washington St., Green Bay, WI 54301, (920) 494-3401
The 1,000-seat historic theater is home to professional live performances, including musicals, comedians and touring shows, while also being host to its house troupe, Let Me Be Frank Productions, which produces musical comedies.
National Railroad Museum
2285 S. Broadway, Green Bay, WI 54304, (920) 437-7623
Over 70 pieces of railroad equipment are displayed including the Union Pacific Big Boy. Open year-round, rides on a full-size train are also offered.
500 Zlatnik Drive, Two Rivers, WI 54241, (920) 793-5592
Neville Public Museum
210 Museum Place, Green Bay, WI 54303, (920) 448-4460
History, art and science exhibits open year-round are enhanced by special events, educational programs and a children's hands-on Discovery Room.
4378 Reforestation Rd., Green Bay, WI 54313, (920) 434-7841
This 24-acre Zoological Park includes giraffes, lions, penguins and more. Also featured are the Mayan Restaurant and an Educational Center.
End of 27th Street, Two Rivers, WI 54241, (920) 793-5592
Pine Crest Historical Village
924 Pine Crest Lane, Manitowoc, WI 54220, (920) 684-5110
Plum Loco Animal Farm
4431 Plum Bottom Rd., Egg Harbor, WI 54209, (920) 743-1617
The farm features wide-open spaces where the farm-animal family resides and plays. Cedar gazebos offer a place to relax, there are picnic grounds, a mini play farm and lawn and board games available.
Rahr West Art Museum
610 North 8th Street, Manitowoc, WI 54220, (920) 686-3090
Renaissance Fantasy Faire
5226 Monument Point Rd., Egg Harbor, WI 54209, (920) 973-8233
Take a step back in time to the age of chivalry, adventure and romance. Activities available include Robin Hood style archery; belly dancing or dancing with a faerie; joining the Queen’s court; watching knights at the joust arena and performers' antics; hearing musicians; and watching demonstrations of weaving, spinning, glass blowing, leather tooling, pewter and blacksmithing.
1901 S. Oneida St., Green Bay, WI 54304, (920) 494-3404
The 10,000-seat arena in the Brown County Veterans Memorial Complex plays host to concerts, family shows, Gamblers hockey, Phoenix men's basketball and Blizzard indoor football.
Schopf's Dairy View Country Store
Schopf's Hilltop Dairy, 5169 County Rd. I, Carlsville, WI 54235, (920) 743-9779
A stop here is both educational and entertaining and you can learn about the Wisconsin dairy industry, watch the ongoing milk operations, milk Cookie the Cow and then taste the end result.
For something unique visit Seaquist Segway for an off-road tour to see special places inaccessible by car or bike. Guided tours go through private orchards, woods, and resort property.
Segway the Door Tours
P.O. Box 942, Sister Bay, WI 54234, (920) 376-0256
Meet at a location of your choice, and after a brief training on the Segway Personal Transporter, choose where you want to go to see the beautiful scenery of Door County.
Shorewood Golf Course
2420 Nicolet Dr., Green Bay, WI 54311, (920) 465-2118
940 Hansen Rd., Green Bay, WI 54304, (920) 497-9999
Indoor family fun park with inflatables, games and pizza.
1400 Cedar St., Green Bay, WI 54302, (920) 448-6800
Visual, performing and literary arts are featured in this historic factory gallery and studios, offering artists' displays as well as special exhibits and classes.
The Bicycle & Fitness Co.
301 N. 8th St., Manitowoc, WI 54220, (920) 682-1944
P.O. Box 44, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235, (920) 743-6666
The Farm is a living museum of rural America. Here, you can visit farm animals in their natural surroundings. You can try your hand at bottle feeding goat kids, lambs, and piglets or try milking a goat. There are also pioneer log buildings, farm tools and implements, gardens and field crops and you can enjoy nature trails and various exhibits.
The Ridges Sanctuary
P.O. Box 152, Baileys Harbor, WI 54202, (920) 839-2802
The Ridges Sanctuary is a 1,440 acre pristine natural area located in Door County open to the public year-round, with five miles of rustic trails and bridges.
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Music and Theatre
2420 Nicolet Drive, Green Bay, WI 54311, (920) 465-2400
Performances include hand drumming, jazz, opera, musical theater, choirs and bands and four main stage plays.
Vandervest Harley Davidson
1966 Velp Ave., Green Bay, WI 54303, (920) 498-8822
Featuring Harley rentals, parts, clothing and collectibles and bike showroom.
Visit Manitowoc, Wisconsin
A favorite Wisconsin destination is Manitowoc, on the shore of Lake Michigan. Manitowoc is rich in maritime history and is the Wisconsin port of Lake Michigan Carferry's S.S.Badger.
7281 Logerquist Rd., Baileys Harbor, WI 54202, (920) 217-3210
Waseda Farms is a Certified Organic farm located in Baileys Harbor, on the west side of Kangaroo Lake. Its Market Store is open year-round.
1622 Jefferson Street, Two Rivers, WI 54241, (920) 793-2490
1100 Marshall St, Manitowoc, WI 54220
Wisconsin Maritime Museum
75 Maritime Drive, Manitowoc, WI 54220, (866) 724-2356
Woodland Dunes Nature Center & Preserve
3000 Hawthorne Ave., P.O. Box 486, Two Rivers, WI 54241, (920) 793-4007
-- There's no end to the variety of activities available to Door County visitors and residents. Visit a lighthouse, shop for antiques or art, or visit a winery or brewery.
-- Green Bay is home to the Green Bay Packers football team, but it is also home to several museums, parks, gardens, and other attractions.
-- Take a cruise across Lake Michigan on the S.S.Badger car ferry and discover all there is to do in Manitowoc, Wisconsin.
-- While in Northwest Michigan, visit beaches and lighthouses, antiques, art galleries, casinos and wineries and breweries, and more.
-- Northern Michigan offers many fun things to do for the entire family whatever the season, whatever the reason!