Great Days in Green Bay
Enjoy the city that loves football and food
Green Bay is the perfect place for a sport fanatic to stroll through the Hall of Fame and learn fun facts about the Packers franchise and its legacy.
Green Bay Packers History and Hall of Fame
Located 1 block east of Lambeau Field, Oneida Walk of Legends is one of the most popular attractions in the city. The one-mile walk includes 24 statues paying homage to legends and the history of the Green Bay Packers. It’s free and open to the public year-around, so you can visit the iconic statues at any time. Once the walk is over, visit the Hall of Fame.
Address: Lombardi Ave & S Oneida St, Green Bay, WI 54304
Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame & Museum has two-levels and 15,000 square feet dedicated to the Packers franchise. There are 9 permanent galleries and temporary exhibits. Strolling through “The Hall” you can listen to audio segments and see videos of legends chatting about historic games and see their display trophies.
Address: 1265 Lombardi Ave, Green Bay, WI 54304
After a long day of learning sports history and touring the Hall of Fame, make a stop by Heartland Pizza Company to grab a slice. Their fresh from scratch sauce and brick oven made pizzas are made with whatever toppings you can imagine. In addition to the pizza, there’s homemade ice cream! Every day there’s a new flavor and they sell out, so make sure you stop by early!
Address: 2822 Ramada Way, Green Bay, WI 54304
The Creamery Downtown is a trendy restaurant in downtown Green Bay that specializes in breakfast, brunch, and lunch. Although some of the dishes have quirky names on the menu, you’ll enjoy every bite of whatever you choose. From stuffed French toast to an espresso burger, it’s the perfect place to expand your pallet.
Address: 114 Pine St, Green Bay, WI 54301