Lambeau Field is one of the most storied and hallowed stadiums in the United States, and the Green Bay Packers are the only team in the National Football League to be owned by the fans. Consistently ranked #1 for the "fan experience," Lambeau seats 80,000 Cheeseheads on gameday (during a normal year). It's always on the list from those visiting Green Bay if they are a fan or not. From seeing the Lombardi Trophy by the escalators and getting the chance to view the field on a stadium tour to practicing your Lambeau Leap form outside after visiting Vince and Curly for a selfie, there's always excitement to be found at the stadium year-round.
Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame
The Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame, located in the Lambeau Field Atrium, features interactive displays and a treasure trove of artifacts to inspire visitors about the rich history of the Packers. A great place to build your photo library with the team's treasures from over the years.
Titletown's Park is open to everyone all year round, with a winter skating rink and snow tubing hill (Ariens Hill), and in the summer outdoor games, fitness activities, a unique playground and a full-size football field in the heart of the action. There is also 46 Below bistro, sitting 46' beneath Ariens Hill, pays homage to the 1967 Ice Bowl at Lambeau Field, during which the wind chill temperature plummeted to 46 below zero. The bistro serves quick bites and comfort food, as well as drinks for park visitors. Definitely a place that people take out their phones to capture the memories.
Green Bay Botanical Garden
By connecting people with plants, the Green Bay Botanical Garden gives everyone the opportunity to be inspired and refreshed by nature all year long. Visitors can enjoy a show-stopping adventure with 47 acres to explore, including 65,000 plants to see from Wisconsin and around the world. A place photographers often seek out for a natural backdrop to their photoshoots.
During the holidays, experience the magic of WPS Garden of Lights and be encompassed by more than 300,000 twinkling lights, and create extraordinary holiday memories with your family and friends at the Green Bay Botanical Garden this winter. You’ll discover a spectacular array of botanical-themed light displays, featuring an enchanted icicle forest, glistening flowers, a dazzling 60-foot walk-through caterpillar and so much more. The show is topped off with the area’s tallest and brightest shining tree. Don't forget your camera for this annual spectacle.
Parks and Trails
Surrounded by nature, Green Bay offers a variety of ways to enjoy the great Wisconsin landscape. Gardens, sanctuaries and parks make up thousands of acres of natural spaces that can be enjoyed by visitors. Trails connect communities and encourage fun outdoor recreation. Whether it's rugged terrain for biking, admiring forest plant species or a stroll through some of the gardens, our green spaces have a little something for everyone and offer some of the best picturesque spots to capture.
Heritage Hill State Park
Experience living history and create lasting memories while walking back in time at Heritage Hill State Park. Explore the 50-acre open-air museum and historic buildings in four distinct areas of the park representing various periods of Northeastern Wisconsin's rich heritage: the Fur Trade, Fort Howard, the Growing Community, and the Ethnic Agricultural Area. You can get some great shots from just walking the trails by capturing the history.
The Broadway District has a diverse collection of permanent and temporary public art that complements the natural and built environment through innovative place-making, installations, and infrastructure enhancements. The district's collection includes more than 13 permanent public artworks for you to capture a moment.
CityDeck in Downtown Green Bay
Gently terraced into the Fox River, The CityDeck is the social center of a quarter-mile promenade running from the Walnut Street bridge north to the Main Street bridge along the river’s east bank. It creates a space where people are inspired to meet and mingle, take a leisurely stroll by foot or on wheels and rediscover the beauty of Green Bay's downtown district.
National Railroad Museum
The National Railroad Museum strives to inspire lifelong learning by providing dynamic educational opportunities through the preservation of railroad objects, engaging exhibits and innovative programs on all things trains and railways. The museum maintains a noteworthy collection of railroad objects, photographs, manuscripts and rolling stock. You’ll find many trains on display, both inside the large exhibit hall and outside on actual working railroad tracks that are you'll want to photograph before leaving.
Neville Public Museum
Surrounded by public art on the outside and nestled right on the shores of the Fox River make the Neville Public Museum photo-worthy before even stepping inside. Inside explore art, history, and science. The museum showcases over one million items in permanent collections.
New Zoo & Adventure Park
Lions, giraffes and penguins, oh my! The NEW Zoo & Adventure Park offers many unique opportunities to encounter the 200+ animals. From a feeding tower, guests are able to feed the giraffes. Get up close to touch the animals in the petting zoo area. Ride on a safari train. Explore the creepy crawlers in the reptile house. There's a limitless supply of photo opportunities with a visit to the Zoo.
Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary
The 700-acre urban wildlife refuge at Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary features live animal exhibits, miles of hiking trails and a variety of wildlife viewing areas that offers plenty of photo-ops. Take a self-guided bird-watching hike and see how many different kinds you can identify using the Wildlife Sanctuary Bird Checklist. Bring your fishing poles to catch trout, bass, or bluegill in the Bay Beach lagoon.
Bay Beach Amusement Park
In the summer months, you can find non-stop thrills at Bay Beach Amusement Park. Find rides such as the Zippin Pippin, Big Wheel, Tilt-A-Whirl, Bumper Cars, Sea Dragon, Falling Star and a giant slide. Each attraction is rideable with the purchase of tickets for just $0.25 each. You'll definitely want to snap a few photos at this one-of-a-kind Green Bay attraction.