Are you starting to think about your spring break plans? Tropical beach vacations are nice, of course, but don’t underestimate the fun you can have when you stay — and play — a little closer to home! It should be no surprise that we think you should spend your spring break in Green Bay, and we’re going to convince you with three little words…

Spring. Break. Bingo.

That’s right, we’ve created the ULTIMATE itinerary for your springtime visit to Green Bay, and we’ve made a little game out of it. Whether you’re coming with kids, your partner, or a group of friends, try to get a bingo (or blackout) by playing Spring Break Bingo with us!


How to Play

It’s simple… just right-click on the image below to save a copy — or tap and hold if you’re on a mobile device. You can even print out your card and bring it with you!




Not sure where to start? We have some recommendations for you as you work your way through your bingo card and plan your spring break vacay in Green Bay!


Come to the Visitor Center


If you haven’t stopped in to see our brand-new Visitor Center, make sure to do that the next time you’re here! It is the place to get local tips and personal recommendations for can't-miss restaurants, attractions, and more.


Visit a Local Brewery or Winery


There are so many great breweries and wineries in Green Bay. While you only have to visit one to mark off this spot on your bingo card, no one’s stopping you from visiting more!


Hike or Bike on a Green Bay Trail


Spring is the perfect time to hit the trails. The Fox River State Trail provides amazing views of the Fox River and the Mountain Bay State Trail is one of the longest rails-to-trails hikes in the state! So many options for a great afternoon hike or bike sesh.

Father and Son Fox River Trail Biking

Watch the Sunset Over the Bay


Some of the best things in life are free, and sunsets are one of those things. Head to South Bay Marina and grab a table on the patio at Captain Jack's at Louie's Lagoon and enjoy nature’s daily display in all its glory!


Hit Up One of the Local Arcades


Grab your quarters! Green Bay’s arcades are fun for the whole family. Player 2 Arcade Bar has two floors of games and is now kid-friendly until 7 pm. If you’re a pinball wizard, check out District 82 Pinball Arcade, which boasts 100+ pinball machines!


See the Lambeau Field Atrium


You could spend an entire day exploring the Lambeau Field atrium! Take a Stadium Tour, walk through the Hall of Fame, check out the Packers Pro Shop, have lunch at 1919 Kitchen & Tap, and take some photos in front of the giant Lombardi Trophy!


Visit the Oneida Nation Museum


Learn all about Oneida and Iroquois culture, history, and nationhood at the Oneida Nation Museum. The museum gift shop features contemporary Oneida and Iroquois arts and crafts, corn husk dolls, beadwork, jewelry, and more.


Take a Stroll Along CityDeck


Green Bay’s CityDeck is a quarter-mile promenade that runs along the Fox River’s east bank. Nearby shopping and dining make the CityDeck a social center and a must-see for visitors. Don’t forget to snap a photo in front of the I 💛 GB sculpture!


Order a Perch or Bluegill Platter


Springtime is peak fish fry season and perch and bluegill platters can be found on most restaurant menus around here. For some of our recommendations, be sure to check out our Ultimate Green Bay Fish Fry Guide!


Stop at a Local Chocolate Shop


Chocolate meltaways, truffles, caramels, snappers… oh my! Seroogy’s is celebrating 125 years and their expertise is obvious when you taste their chocolates. Beerntsen ‘s Candies is another beloved Green Bay staple – you have to try their cherry cordials!

Seroogys Chocolates

Snap Photos of 10 Different Murals


Here’s an easy one for you — simply snap 10 photos of colorful walls in and around Green Bay! Check out our Greater Green Bay Mural Guide to get a rundown and map out your route.


Visit a Local Coffee Shop


Sure, there are coffee shops everywhere, but you really get a sense of a city’s culture by visiting a locally-owned cafe. We recommend checking out Kavarna, Luna, or Coffee Wizardz for some small-batch goodness. 

Luna Roasters

Feed the Ducks at the Wildlife Sanctuary


There’s just something so joyful about feeding animals. At the Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary, you can buy bags of shelled corn in the Observation Building to feed the waterfowl, like ducks and geese. It only costs $2 and it’s tons of fun!


Share a Photo Using #LoveGB


Here’s another easy one for you. Check off this Bingo spot just by sharing any photo or video of your Green Bay adventures along with the hashtag #LoveGB. It can be on Facebook, Instagram, TikTok… we don’t care, we just love to see what you’re doing!


Hit the Game Courts at Titletown


Did you know Titletown has free game courts featuring a variety of games, including ping pong, shuffleboard, horseshoe, foosball, and bocce ball? Challenge someone to a friendly competition and make some memories together!

Titletown District

Shop at a Small Business Downtown


Downtown has our heart, and we know it will have yours too when you pay a visit to the many small businesses that call the district home. Check out the “shop” page on the Downtown Green Bay website for a current list of retail shops!


Try Deep Fried Cheese Curds


Wisconsin and cheese curds go hand-in-hand and we think Green Bay has some of the best in the state. For a round-up of some of our faves, check out our Green Bay Curd Crawl post!

Cheese curds at 1919 Kitchen + Tap

Enjoy a Few Games of Bowling


Springtime can be a little bit rainy, so if you’re stuck indoors during your spring break trip to Green Bay, why not challenge your loved ones to a friendly game of bowling? We recommend Ashwaubenon Bowling Alley or Buzz Social in Howard.

Couple at Ashwaubenon Bowling Alley

Visit the Neville Public Museum


For over a century, the Neville Public Museum has collected and preserved the local history.  From fossils to footballs, stop in and explore the stories of the people of Northeast Wisconsin!


See Art on Display at The Art Garage


The Art Garage is a creative hub located in Green Bay’s Arts District, and it is the perfect place to see original art from local artists. The gallery is open Wednesday through Saturday from 12 - 4 pm, and they stay open on Friday evenings until 7 pm.


Order a Scoop of Custard at Zesty’s


If you’ve never tried custard, you’re in for a treat. It’s like ice cream, but richer and tastier. Zesty’s Frozen Custard & Grill makes three custard varieties fresh each day — vanilla, chocolate, and an always enticing flavor of the day.


Try Your Luck at Oneida Casino


Whether your game of choice is poker, blackjack, bingo, or slots, Oneida Casino has a seat with your name on it. They also offer sports betting at dedicated kiosks throughout the casino!

Oneida casino main floor

Try to Escape an Escape Room


This is another great indoor activity for a rainy day or just a little change of pace during your trip. If you have some clever minds in your family or friend group, put them to the test in an escape room! They’re trickier than they seem!


Visit the Green Bay Botanical Garden


Springtime is the perfect time to go see what’s in bloom at the Green Bay Botanical Garden. If you have kids with you, they’re going to love the new Bell Children’s Garden featuring slides, a maze, oversized rubber fungi trampolines, and more!


We hope you have fun playing Spring Break Bingo in Green Bay! If you play along with us and score a bingo, stop into the Visitor Center and we’ll give you a little prize!