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Here, we visit.

To visit in Green Bay means to pull up a chair, pour a drink and tell a story, or two or three. There’s no subway to catch or traffic to beat. But there’s plenty of places to talk, to see, to get to know someone you didn’t know you’d meet. That’s just what it’s like here. And why those who come often stay once they realize that Green Bay and all of the surrounding communities are the best places to visit.

To truly take in all Green Bay has to offer, you'll have to spend some time exploring all of the communities that make Green Bay a special place. You'll find community pride on every corner throughout the region from the various Farmers Markets and sporting events to outdoor recreation at countless parks or sailing along the shores of Lake Michigan.

Read on for a guide to the best places to explore during your visit.

Downtown Green Bay

Place yourself in the center of the action next time you’re in Green Bay! The lively downtown district is booming with fun things to do, places to see, and incredible eats. The downtown area includes the On Broadway and Olde Main Street districts and everything in between!

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Green Bay’s East Side

We don’t pick sides, but the east side of Green Bay has so much to offer, including some of the city’s best restaurants and attractions! We’re going to break down everything worth exploring north of Allouez and Bellevue and west of Webster Avenue.

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Green Bay’s West Side

When people head to any new city, their first instinct is usually to head downtown. We have a beautiful downtown, but as you head west, you’ll find so much more to see, do, eat, drink and LOVE! Here’s everything worth checking out north of Lombardi Avenue and west of Broadway.

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If you’re coming to visit Green Bay because you’re a Packers fan, you’ll definitely be spending time in Ashwaubenon during your visit. Not only is it home to Lambeau Field and Titletown, it’s also where you can find some of the area’s best restaurants, attractions, hotels, and shopping!

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Allouez is where it all began back in 1669. These days, the village of Allouez is known for being “historically progressive” and one of the most beloved parts of Greater Green Bay. If you are a fan of local flavor, unique shops, and beautiful architecture, you’ll definitely want to spend some time exploring the charming neighborhoods just east of the Fox River.

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De Pere

In 2019, De Pere was awarded the title of “Best Place to Live” in the state of Wisconsin, and once you spend some time there, you’ll see why. Not only is it a charming city with a “small town” feel, it’s a great place to go if you want to reconnect with nature or treat yourself to some of the state’s best locally made cheeses, chocolates, and more!

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Oneida & Oneida Nation Reservation

Oneida is a small, unincorporated community located to the west of Green Bay. It lies near the center of the Oneida Nation Reservation, home of the Oneida Nation of Wisconsin. In this area, you will find many opportunities to learn more about the tribe’s rich, unique culture and have a fun-filled day that you will remember for years and years to come!

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Howard is one of the fastest-growing suburbs of Green Bay. It is located just north of the city, and whether you want to play a round of disc golf, grab a delicious pub burger, or do a little shopping, you’re in for a great time here. We invite you to spend a couple of hours in this charming and friendly suburb the next time you visit Greater Green Bay!

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The village of Bellevue is a suburb of Green Bay that is located on the city’s far east side. If you’re a fan of small locally owned businesses with big personalities, you’re in for a real treat. As you explore, you’ll find that nothing is cookie-cutter in Bellevue. So bring your sense of adventure — and your appetite — as you tour this welcoming and wonderful district!

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Want to get away from it all? Algoma is a great day trip to add to your stay in Greater Green Bay. Spend a quiet day on the beach, then explore the walkable neighborhoods in the downtown district. Trust us, you won’t find anything “cookie-cutter” in Algoma. Everything is charming, unique, and welcoming in this friendly community!

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