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Don’t Skip These Fun Green Bay Tours!

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Whether you want to hop on a pedal-powered pontoon boat for a party tour or embark on an educational walking tour of the downtown historic district, these Green Bay tours really do offer something for everyone!

Fox River Tours

Take a leisurely cruise on the River Tyme, a mid-century riverboat that leaves from the De Pere Lock, right next to the Ennis Inn Hotel. Get a fresh new look at Greater Green Bay with either a public or a private cruise from Fox River Tours. Public tours are about an hour and a half, and private cruises are as long as you’d like them to be! Enjoy some appetizers and your favorite beverage from the bar, sit back, and enjoy the sights!

Segway the Fox Tours

Everything is more fun on two wheels! Tour some of the most popular districts in Greater Green Bay on a guided segway tour. You’ll start with a short training on how to use the segway, then your tour guide will take you out on the town for about 1-2 hours to look at some of the area’s most historic and scenic places! Segway the Fox Tours can be booked online via their website.

Foxy Paddler & Foxy Pedaler

Party animals, this one's for you! The Foxy Paddler is Green Bay’s party boat and the Foxy Pedaler is a 14-person, pedal-powered bar on wheels. Gather up your friends and sip your favorite beverages while exploring the downtown district. Beverages are available for purchase on the tour, but feel free to bring your own music and your own snacks to keep the party going!

Brown County Historical Society Tours

The Brown County Historical Society are the real experts when it comes to local history. On their website, you will find several different tours you can sign up for, like their popular “If Tombstones Could Talk” walking cemetery tour. If you’re visiting in the summer and you want to learn even more about the area, book a tour of the Hazelwood Historic House Museum (the headquarters of the Brown County Historical society).

Green Bay Ghost Tours

Want to explore a side of Green Bay that’s a little bit… spookier? If you love history and ghost stories, you will love Green Bay Ghost Tours. Choose from the walking tour or the bus tour and visit actual haunted buildings in and around downtown Green Bay! If you would like, you can even use one of the tour guide’s EMF detectors to try to do your own ghost hunting! If you get scared easily, don’t worry. This is a family-friendly tour.

Lambeau Field Stadium Tours

You simply can’t visit Green Bay and not take a tour of iconic Lambeau Field! In the one-hour classic stadium tour, you’ll see the entire atrium, the premium seating areas, and you’ll even be able to walk out the same tunnel the Packers come out of on gameday! Walk alongside the field and learn the rich history of the beloved team. Combine your Lambeau Field Stadium Tour with a visit to the Hall of Fame for the full Packers experience!

Oneida Nation Walk of Legends

The Oneida Nation Walk of Legends is a collection of 24 granite and steel statues dedicated to the history of football in Green Bay, as well as the history of the Oneida Nation (the sponsor of the art installation). The first three statues are located on the corner of Lombardi Avenue and S. Oneida Street, east of Lambeau Field. If you continue to head east, you will find the remaining statues on a one-mile stretch of Lombardi Avenue.

Which of these Green Bay tours sounds like the most fun to you? Maybe you’re looking for something a little more self-guided? If so, we’ve got you covered! Why not check out the gorgeous murals all throughout Greater Green Bay with our Mural Guide? Or, if you’re a wine lover, you can sip your way through our best wineries! Here’s a helpful resource to guide your tasting tour.

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