Oneida Nation of Wisconsin Tourism
The Oneida Nation of Wisconsin Tourism department strives to create a destination of culturally related and integrated experiences for visitors to learn more about this tribe. They also work to preserve the reservation while protecting the recourses of the Oneida Nation.
The Oneida Nation offer visitor experiences that explain the Oneida way of life both now and historically. The Oneida Museum provides a historical look into important artifacts, artwork and people who have played an integral role in the Oneida calling northeast Wisconsin home. Smoke Dancers proudly share with visitors authentic Oneida dances and music while narrating the significance of each. This is truly a unique experience.
Whether you are looking to stay, play, dine or shop, Oneida Nation of Wisconsin Tourism will be able to accommodate your needs. Check out their website for a complete list of tourist attractions within the Oneida community.
Duck Creek Outdoor Amphitheatre
Outdoor amphitheatre hosted in a natural setting featuring concerts, movies and performing arts events.
Oneida Nation Apple Orchard
The Apple Orchard offers 35 varieties of apples and other produce, season permitting.
Oneida Buffalo Bluff
Oneida's Buffalo Bluff offers an eye-catching view of the buffalo herd from a covered observation deck equipped with picnic tables and informative signage. Open year-round.
Walk of Legends
The Walk of Legends is a public art walkway east of Lambeau Field that features 24 statues honoring the legends and legendary eras in the history of Green Bay football.
Featuring black angus beef, bison and poultry raised on the Oneida Nation Farm and a mix of locally-produced foods coupled with other essential earth friendly products, along with a variety of teas and supplements.