Destination: Green Bay, Wisconsin
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With Green Bay cruises, you'll have the chance to visit one of Wisconsin's most famous cities. Cruising into Green Bay, you'll find a beautiful city waiting for you, lined with parks and architecture. The city is a bustling metropolis that loves its sports too. Proudly home to the NFL's Green Bay Packers, Green Bay is the smallest city in the US to have a professional sports team.
Not all football and sports, the city is full of things to do. From city life to nature to parks to wildlife, you'll find activities to fit any interest. Green Bay is packed with museums too. Here, you'll find the National Railroad Museum, the Neville Public Museum, and plenty of others. If you love history, Green Bay is a must-see on any Great Lakes cruise.
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Best things to do in Green Bay, WI
This historic football field has been the home of the Green Bay Packers since 1957, but has undergone quite a few changes since then. The stadium today features retail shopping, dining, and more, where visitors can be entertained all year long. As long as its not game day, you can take a guided tour of Lambeau Field that includes the areas you wouldn't visit normally, like the tunnels, locker rooms, and field.
National Railroad Museum
This monolithic museum is one of the world's greatest locomotive museums. It details the US's history with trains, from their start to where they are now. The museum also houses several famous engines, like World War II's Dwight D. Eisenhower and the Union Pacific Big Boy. Touring the museum, you'll find even more engines and railroad artifacts. This museum offers a lot, so it's no wonder it's one of Green Bay's most popular attractions.
Green Bay Botanical Gardens
Tucked away in the middle of a busy commercial area you will come across the beautiful 47 acre Green Bay Botanical Gardens featuring a variety of unique and rare plants. Open since 1996, you will find this four season garden almost always has something in bloom. Meandering paths take you through themed gardens of Wisconsin Woodlands, native trees, shrubs and wildflowers. Other gardens represent Color and Foliage along with Perennial and Sensory Gardens including a Lux Foundation Rose Garden and English Cottage Garden. Other features of the garden include a gazebo, well house, fountain, a well house and a brightly colored children's garden with a tower overlooking a kid’s maze with a slide, sundial and tree house
The Green Bay Botanical Gardens have been a hidden gem of the city since 1996. Located in a commercial district, the year-round gardens take up 47 acres in the city. The area is divided into various themed sections, including Wisconsin Woodlands, Color and Foliage, Perennial, and Sensory. In addition, you'll find a rose garden funded by the Lux Foundation. While plants and flowers make up the majority of this attraction, you'll also find lots of places to relax and a garden for kids.