Ashwaubenon Historical Society is a non-profit organization whose goal is the preservation of Ashwaubenon’s past and present through collection and interpretation of historical records and artifacts.More Info
Arts & Culture
Green Bay is full of art and culture.
Downtown Green Bay's Meyer Theatre is an exceptional performance hall featuring ornate design of a turn-of-the-century, lavishly-equipped, vaudeville house and movie palace. Originally a Fox Theatre, the 1,000-seat venue presents professional live performances, including musicals, concerts, family theatre and unique touring shows. The Meyer is home to the Let Me Be Frank Productions performing troupe. This group entertains with locally-produced musical variety shows perfect for a couple's night out.
For outdoor music fun, relax and enjoy one of the popular lunchtime Summer in the Park concerts at Whitney Park or Leight at Nite, Thursday evenings at Leight Memorial Park. Green Bay's CityDeck has family-friendly entertainment every Friday, late June through August. Enjoy music, outdoor movies, dancing and even juggling, depending on the night.
The 2,000-seat Weidner Center for the Performing Arts presents an astounding array of performances from Broadway to chamber orchestras to pop acts and comedies.
Greater Green Bay's largest entertainment venue is the 10,000-seat Resch Center. The Resch hosts 600,000 people every year, having record crowds for musical performers like Neil Diamond, Rascall Flatts, Carrie Underwood, Martina McBride and Bon Jovi.
Have an eye for great art? Don't miss one of our most treasured gems. The ARTgarage is a gallery where local artists can display and sell their creations. Hanging wall art, pottery, jewelry and textiles fill the gallery. To visit with artists at work inside their own studio, be sure to take the trolley tour during a Gallery Nite which happens four times a year.
In March, the Green Bay Film Festival delights viewers with several categories including short film, documentary, Native American and feature film categories. Wisconsin-made films have also been a hit and meeting the film makers is a special experience.
In August, nearly 200 artists from across the country visit Green Bay for the city's annual Artstreet Festival. This is a great place to find new art pieces for yourself and gifts for your friends.
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The Civic Symphony of Green Bay is a community orchestra made up of volunteer and professional musicians who perform Classical, Broadway, Light Opera and Pops literature. Family friendly ticket prices!More Info
Downtown Live Music Venue hosting National and Regional Christian artists in varying styles every Friday and Saturday night. No cover charge. Donation supported. Smoke and Alcohol-Free. Family-friendly! Schedule online.More Info
Daddy D Productions is Green Bay's favorite four-out-of-four star dinner show since 2006. Daddy D performs musical selections from an era, adds clean comedy and a generous size meal for a reasonable price.More Info
Your escape room destination. We lock you and friends, co-workers or team in one of our escape rooms. You break the puzzles, codes and clues to get out. Can you escape?More Info
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.More Info
Greek Revival Victorian home, built by Morgan L. Martin, president of the 1848 Wisconsin Constitutional Convention, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Open for guided tours and programs seasonally.More Info
Experience living history and create lasting memories while walking back in time. Enjoy history coming to life at Heritage Hill State Historical Park.More Info
Performing original musicals at the Meyer Theatre, Let Me Be Frank Productions features the area's best vocal and musical talent. Get your laugh on with Franks. Tickets www.ticketstaronline.com, 800-895-0071.More Info
The beautiful, 1000 seat Meyer Theater in downtown Green Bay presents rock and pop concerts, comedians, symphony concerts, plays and more. Near fine dining, quaint and ethnic restaurants. Dine and see a show!More Info
Explore America's railroad heritage: Marvel at the Union Pacific Big Boy, the world's largest steam locomotive. Over 70 pieces of railroad equipment on display. Ride a full-size train. Open year round.More Info
The Shrine is where the Blessed Virgin Mary appeared to a Belgian immigrant in 1859. It is a quiet, beautiful, place of prayer. All are welcome regardless of faith tradition.More Info