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Green Bay Attractions Update

Green Bay Attractions have reopened for business with guidelines in place to keep you safe.

Updated: October 15, 2020 

For many, it seems like summer won’t be the same. Many, if not all events, festivals, concerts and fairs that we look forward to each year, have been canceled or postponed. Our vacation plans have been put on hold, or our destinations and itineraries may have changed drastically.

Although our summer plans continue to shift due to the coronavirus, many Greater Green Bay attractions have already reopened or are working to open in the very near future with guidelines and precautions in place to ensure the safety of guests, staff and the community.

There is still plenty of fun to be had this summer in Greater Green Bay. Head over to our Trip Ideas page or order your Destination Guide to start planning your getaway.

Here’s an update on what you can expect when visiting area attractions this summer. Keep in mind things will be updated or adjusted on an ongoing basis.

Our best advice is to plan ahead and verify plans before arriving. Many attractions are encouraging visitors to purchase tickets and admissions for a scheduled visit in advance. Planning ahead and checking with the attraction is the best way to ensure there won’t be any surprises that will interrupt your summer fun.

Family Fun

Ashwaubenon Bowling Alley

Hours: Open Tuesday and Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m., Thursday and Friday from 10 a.m. to 1 a.m., Saturday from Noon to 1 a.m., closed Sunday and Monday.

Extra safety measures are in place to help keep all staff members and guests safe.

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Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary

Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary

Hours: Open daily from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Observation Building Lobby and front of the Nature Center open 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily.

Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary is open to visitors with the Observation Building and Nature Center now open daily. Masks are encouraged on property. Corn sales will be at the Observation Building 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily. Feeding bread is prohibited as it causes harm to the birds. Please do not feed bread to the animals!

The public Wolf Feeding program will be held on Wednesdays at 1:30 p.m. outside the Wolf Exhibit next to the Woodland Building. They ask that visitors maintain social distance on the Xs that are marked 6 feet apart.

Monday programs include Fox Trots or Fantastic Felines 9 to 10 a.m. outside the Woodland Building. Come and learn about these critters! Every Friday come to the Observation Building Raptor Theater for Talon Talks and get up close with our ambassador birds of prey 2 to 3 p.m.

All trails will be open daily at this time 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. For the health and safety of staff and public alike, please respect social distancing recommendations implemented by Brown County so they may continue offering these hikes and even more programming. Please remember no pets are allowed on the WLS property, including around the fishing lagoons, and no bikes on the trails, please!

If you are fishing at Manger Lagoon, please remember this program is a part of the WDNR urban fishing rules: kids 15 years or younger and folks with special needs are the only ones allowed to fish there. Please pick up all fishing line and lures as they are seeing an increase in entanglements lately with goslings, adult ducks and geese, and pelicans.

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Edge VR Arcade

Hours: Friday through Sunday from Noon to 8 p.m.

In addition to routine disinfecting of equipment, Edge VR Arcade has added UVC lightboxes as an added measure to ensure equipment is completely disinfected. They also placed Air Doctor air purifiers throughout the building to get rid of any indoor air pollution and you will find hand sanitizer throughout the building.

Edge VR Arcade is a great way to escape reality and enjoy some classic games like Angry Birds and Fruit Ninja from an all new perspective. How about taking a free fall from a skyscraper without ever leaving the ground? The perfect getaway without having to get away.

For the gamer at heart, they recently opened Edge Gamers Lounge, your new Green Bay eSports headquarters. Check it out for upcoming events!

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Green Bay Escape & Axe

Hours: Open Wednesday and Thursday from 4 to 9:30 p.m., Friday 4 to 10:30 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m. to 10:30 p.m., Sunday Noon to 5 p.m. and by appointment Monday and Tuesday.

Escape Rooms

The lobby will be closed and start times will be staggered so there is only one group arriving at a time. All rooms will be private for your group. They have also extended the time in between games so their team can do a full cleaning of the room. Hand sanitizing stations have been added to each room so hands can be cleaned whenever you feel the need!

Axe Throwing

Safety has always been a very high priority for Green Bay Axe and that will be even more noticeable now. Lanes 1 and 5 will be the only two lanes available to book as they start back up. This will give groups well over 6ft of social distancing. Their team will be wiping down all highly touched areas (and axes) and hand sanitizing stations have been added to the building as well. Reservations only - no walk-ins.

Enjoy the Green Bay Escape & Axe combo deal for a full night out! Combos include a 1-hour escape room experience followed by a 1-hour axe throwing session! All for $45 per person (20% off normal price). All escape rooms and axe lanes are PRIVATE for your group only!

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Escape Room Wisconsin

Escape Room Wisconsin

Hours: Book your time online

Changes have been made at Escape Room Wisconsin to ensure safety includes making all games private for your group, contactless check-in, staff will be masked, separate waiting areas set up with personal bathrooms, sanitation station in each room, additional time allowed for sanitation, flexible rescheduling and waived rescheduling.

Masks will be encouraged for guests but not required. Masks will be available for free if you would like to wear them during your experience. Staff will be distancing themselves from guests, but giving the same great experience.

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GET AIR Green Bay

Hours: Open Monday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

It is standard practice at GET AIR to conduct rigorous cleaning and disinfecting of equipment and facilities. They have also increased their professional cleaning schedules, and have updated and increased in-house cleaning procedures, which means the staff is sanitizing frequently touched surfaces and equipment multiple times per day while resupplying soaps, hand sanitizers and paper products for guests to use. At this time maximum occupancy is also being reduced to 50 people or less.

Don’t wait during the busiest times, buy your jump tickets before you go and skip the line!

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Green Bay Botanical Garden

Hours: Open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Due to the large open spaces to roam, there is not a limit on visitors at any one time at Green Bay Botanical Garden. All of the garden areas are open and without one-way traffic restrictions. The Fischer Visitor Center and WPS Trellis Gift Shop are open, but some facilities are closed, including the Stumpf Hobbit House Restroom. Face coverings are required in all Garden buildings (ages 2 and up) and when physical distancing isn’t possible outdoors.

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National Railroad Museum

National Railroad Museum

Hours: Open Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sundays from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Main building closes at 4 p.m. for daily cleaning; grounds open until 5 p.m.

The National Railroad Museum is open to visitors. Explore railroad history and learn about the role trains played in shaping the nation’s history. Enjoy the outdoors by exploring the McCormick open-air pavilion, the Museum grounds, and enjoy a train ride.

Admission is currently limited to 35 patrons per hour; book your choice of time and date by visiting the Museum website at www.nationalrrmuseum.org. Please visit the Museum's website for information about how the Museum is working to keep you healthy during your visit.

BEHIND-THE-SCENES TOURS

Want to learn more about the Museum? Consider a new Behind-the-Scenes tour. Offered on Wednesdays and Fridays at 11 a.m. The tour lasts one hour and costs $16, which includes admission to the Museum. Tour groups are limited to 10 people.

Advanced registration is required.

Please wear a mask and closed-toe shoes.

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NEW Zoo & Adventure Park

Hours: The NEW Zoo is open daily from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The Adventure Park remains closed at this time.

NEW Zoo capacity is limited to 50%. Tickets must be purchased online in advance to reserve a three-hour visit time from 9 a.m. to noon, noon to 3 p.m. or 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. During peak times, there may be a wait to enter until other visitors have left. Entry will be through an outside gate rather than through the visitors center.

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Titletown

Hours: Open daily from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Titletown’s Football Field and Playground are open from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. Guests are welcome to walk throughout the open-air space and bring their own equipment to use the game courts (ping pong, bocce ball, shuffleboard, foosball and horseshoes). Ariens Hill and 46 Below are now open to the public. View their calendar for a wide variety of fall programs. Visitors are asked to adhere to health and safety guidelines. Titletown has increased the cleaning of high-touch areas.

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Arts, Culture & History Fun

Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame

Hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily

The Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame is open with restrictions in place. Guests are asked to buy their tickets online to schedule a time for their visit.  There will be limited capacities so guests will have 1.5 hours to complete the Hall of Fame in order to maintain capacities and allow more guests to visit. The hours are adjusting to 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily for the time being. Guests are required to wear masks. Stadium field tours are now available through online reservations. Tours will be 15 minutes in duration starting at 10:30 a.m. to 4:45 p.m.  Guests will be taken out to bowl of Lambeau Field to view the field.  Field-level access and tunnel access is not available.

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Hazelwood Historic House Museum

Hours: Noon to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Saturday.

Hazelwood Historic House Museum is now open for in-person, timed reservation-based tours.

To keep guests and staff safe the following protocols will be implemented:

Reservations are required and will include only one party of up to 10 guests each hour to ensure social distancing guidelines are properly followed, keeping the safety of employees and guests as the top priority. Tours will take place on the hour from noon to 3 p.m. Guests and staff will be required to wear face masks. The Historical Society will adhere to significantly increased daily cleaning and sanitation requirements and sanitation stations will be available. Staff and guests who are displaying symptoms of COVID-19 are asked to stay at home. Ticket price is $5.00/Person. Brown County Historical Society members are free. Children ages 5 & younger are free.

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Heritage Hill State Park

Heritage Hill State Park

Hours: Open daily from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. to walk the grounds only.

The paved and gravel paths at Heritage Hill State Park are open to the public to explore. There is no admission fee, but a $5 donation is encouraged in the donation bucket at the main gate or online. All buildings, including restrooms, and the Fort Dahlin playground continue to remain closed. Leashed dogs are welcome as long as waste is picked up and taken off site. Bring your own water.

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National Shrine of our Lady of Good Help

Mass has resumed onsite at the National Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help taking place daily at 11 a.m., with additional Mass time offered at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday. Mass will also be live-streamed on Tuesday, Saturday and Sunday at 8:30 a.m.

In addition to Mass, the National Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help brings visitors year-round as it is the first and only site in the United States which is approved by the Roman Catholic Church as an apparition site of the Blessed Virgin Mary. It has been recognized by the number of miracles that have occurred at the Shrine, including healing the blind, sick and crippled.

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Neville Public Museum

Hours: Open Wednesday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Sunday from noon to 5 p.m. and on Tuesdays from noon to 8 p.m. Closed Mondays.

Visitors to the Neville Public Museum are asked to buy tickets in advance. They’re sold in half-hour increments but there is no limit to how long you can spend in the museum. People who show up without an advance ticket may have to wait until the next available time slot due to limited capacity. Up to 10 people or two families are allowed in each gallery and 30 to 40 visitors total in the museum at a time. The gift shop is open to five people or one family at a time. Guests are asked to let museum staff handle any merchandise. The Discovery Room is open, but difficult to clean items have been removed.

The museum’s core gallery on the second floor remains closed for renovation. Work on the 8,000 square foot space continues with completion later this summer.

You won’t want to miss the newest exhibit, “Amazing Dinosaurs” open through November 8. Get a feel for the actual size of the prehistoric creatures, from the giant Tyrannosaurus rex to the small velociraptors and see fossils, including part of a T-rex leg bone.

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The Art Garage

The Art Garage

Hours: Open Thursday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Friday from 3 to 6 p.m., Saturday from Noon to 3 pm, closed Sunday through Wednesday.

To ensure the safety of all guests, The Art Garage is screening employees for symptoms daily, ensuring any employees who are sick remain at home, cleaning and sanitizing the gallery constantly, employees are washing hands frequently and have set up hand washing stations for guests.

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The Automobile Gallery

Hours: Open daily from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Every precaution has been instituted at The Automobile Gallery to keep all guests safe and well.

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Kid-Free Fun

Foxy Pedaler

Foxy Pedaler

Hours: Book your group online

The Foxy Pedaler party bike is available for two-hour tours throughout downtown Green Bay with or without bar stops. Capacity on the 14-passenger quadricycle will be limited to every other seat. Tours are restricted to private groups of families or close friends.

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Oneida Casino

Hours: Open daily from 8 a.m. to 4 a.m.

Three of the Oneida Casino locations are open from 8 am to 4 am daily for slot play only: Main-Airport, West Mason, and IMAC. Capacity is limited for safety, and the casinos will close from 4 am to 8 am nightly for deep cleaning.

Slot machines will be sanitized before and after each player - Cleaning Teams will rotate throughout the casino constantly. All machines and surfaces will be deep cleaned daily from 4 a.m. - 8 a.m. High-touch areas and surfaces will be cleaned constantly throughout the day. Restrooms to be cleaned hourly. The restaurants will remain closed but "grab and go" food will be available at each location, and select bars are open.

Limited entrances at each casino are: Main-Airport: North Side Ramp Entrance and South Side Valet Entrance, IMAC: West Side Casino Entrance, W. Mason: North Side Canopy Entrance.

For your safety, and that of casino team members and the wider community, new safety measures and cleaning protocols have been implemented: Face masks are required for entry and at all times while inside the facility, to help keep our community safe. No smoking of any kind is allowed in the casinos.

All guests will undergo a temperature check before entry. Only those with a body temperature below 100.4° may enter. Slot machines are sanitized before and after each player. Slot machine sanitization can also be requested. Increased hand sanitization units have been placed throughout each casino, so please be sure to wash up regularly. Social distancing markers are in place at the Players Club, Cashiers, VIP Lounges and throughout the casinos. Please remember to stay at least 6 feet away from others during your visit.

Popcorn, water and business units in the VIP Lounge are no longer available. All team members undergo daily temperature checks and health screenings. All front line team members will wear face masks while inside the facility, those working in food service will also wear gloves. Plexiglass separators at the Players Clubs. New "touchless" procedures for guest interactions.

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More summer and fall fun

Fox River Tours

Fox River Tours started tours back up in June. Join them on the water this summer. Book your tour online.

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Segway the Fox Tours

Now booking segway tours for your group. All tours in June will be private tours. Offering $10 off for tours over $45 on the following dates: May 27 to June 30, for any Mon.-Thurs., in July for any Monday, in September for any Mon.-Wed., in October or November for any Mon.-Thurs. Use Promo code “10off”.

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Fishing

With many different bodies of water, Greater Green Bay provides quite a selection of fishing opportunities. The Fox River, Bay of Green Bay, Lake Michigan and other small lakes and streams in Northeast Wisconsin make for a great angling experience any time of year. As enjoyable as fishing is around Greater Green Bay, there are plenty of things to know before packing the tackle box and fishing poles while donning your lucky fishing hat.

Golf

Golf Greater Green Bay

For a greater part of six-months, Greater Green Bay has some perfect golf weather to go along with its beautiful golf courses!

Outdoor Recreation

Take the scenic route and discover new places this fall. From outdoor activities, trails and nature to public art and indulging in local flavors, there is plenty to discover while visiting Green Bay safely.

The following attractions remain temporarily closed:

Ashwaubenon Historical Society Museum

Oneida Nation Museum – Nature Trail remains open

The Children's Museum of Green Bay

Bay Beach Amusement Park - Season ended on Labor Day

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