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- There is nothing like the excitement of being a Green Bay Packers fan and attending a game at Lambeau Field. What most don't know is that LAMBEAU is open year round. You can go in and visit the Atrium store or get a bite to eat at the restaurant inside the stadium. If you have time catch one of the tours through the stadium. They have different types of tours for different prices and they are worth every penny. From the highest point in Green Bay to the locker room where some of the greats have stood, these tours are worth the time and money.Written 29 January 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- The flow of the hall of fame is well-designed, and the variety of exhibits is very interesting. This storied franchise has a great history, and it's highlighted very well. The hall of fame is in Lambeau field, which means it was easy to attend the Hall and a Packers game after parking.Written 23 November 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- INCREDIBLE day here on our visit to Green Bay! We spent ten bucks to play for hours with our kids. Great amusement park for all ages!! There's something for everyone and it's laid out very well.Written 13 January 2023This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- To really enjoy the beauty of the area you need to walk away from the nature center crowd and hit the trails. They are well marked and easy to walk. Gorgeous! Lots of birds and some white tail deer.Written 22 October 2022
- We brought our 2 1/2 year old to the garden of lights last night. They sell tickets ahead of time and you have to buy them before the event. They do not sell tickets at the door. This keeps it from getting overly crowded and keeps things flowing well. They have options to walk the whole gardens, or walk the upper garden and take a horse drawn wagon ride through the lower. We did the horse drawn wagon. Our daughter loved the lights and the horses. She also loved the huge model train inside. A very fun family event that is run well and lines moved fairly quickly.Written 27 December 2022
- This review is for the Polar Express Christmas Train Ride Experience - We bought tickets to this event in the early fall for a late fall Christmas event with our family - 3 kids and two adults. Our good friends went last year and we had heard good things so we put the trip together for our family. I'll preface my following review by saying that we all thought that the entire event would take place on a train and we would get a fairly long train ride maybe an hour or two around the area which didn't happen. The event is held at the National Railroad Museum in Green Bay (other areas have this event at various locations) You enter by a building and get routed to a line (this kinda happened by accident as we really didn't know where we were going or what was happening when we arrived because not clear directions were given when we bought our tickets or when we arrived). No big deal, we liked the surprise. The line finally was released into a huge room where many big trains/engines were on display which was awesome. The room was decorated with the festival of trees as well as a big stage in front of a train car where pictures were being taken. There were seats labeled with our ticket numbers so we knew at this point - this portion of the event was a show or something like that. During this portion there were several songs, a story read from the stage with some light acting and really good cookies and hot chocolate served to everyone. We were dismissed after 20-25 min to the train! I would say my expectations of the actual train ride were just way higher than what the experience delivered. However, that being said the ride was still fun and we all had a good time. My wife and I were under the impression that the entire event would take place on a train and the ride would be a long one and you would be able to see some cool sites as the train ride went along. I would say that although we love trains and riding on one was neat, the actual train ride was probably the least exciting part of the night. The train only went around the museum yard...slowly. Also our seat numbers that we got when ordering the tickets were not at all for the train but only the show. The train is first come first serve based on what ticket you bought. No seats are better than the next - we went to the upper level but bottom is good too. We couldn't see out the windows as they left the lights on almost the entire ride and the windows were very fogged up. That being said - the actors on the train were very into their rolls - conductor and hobo and did their best to make it a fun ride with songs, punching tickets, etc. At the end you get off and head into a building where your kids get to see Santa and take pics which was cool. I give the event a B+ as a couple adjustments would bump it to an A. I also think kids ages 2-10 is the sweet spot for this event.Written 19 November 2022
- The Executive Director Darrell Burnett was so nice and
Helpful making sure we enjoyed our tour and time at the Gallery.Written 2 January 2023
- At first I was unimpressed because we were there on a Monday afternoon in October------so not many folks and seemed like not many animals---------but as we walked around and saw how big it was----we became more impressed-----------nicely set up---real nice skeletons all over set up in scenarios' for their October season-----------it has to be great on a day in summer with kids all over--$8 for seniorsWritten 13 October 2022
- ever wanted to throw a ball next to the stadium this is the place. there is everything from free parking to a great public field and many monuments to check out and pose with. There are also what appeared to be loft apartments and eateries within walking distance. great place to spend some time and have some funWritten 7 November 2022
- My husband and I just found out about this winery through the Trip Advisor app and decided to give it a try. We were so pleasantly surprised to have such a great experience! Donna, the new owner, was welcoming and fun to talk to. She explained her wines and led us through a nice tasting. The Sangiovese was our favorite! So delicious and comparable to California wines. The Meritage and Cabernet-Malbec were also excellent. The winery also offers ciders. We took home a growler of the Wisconsin Maple Brown to enjoy on Thanksgiving.
We would definitely recommend stopping by! The winery will be closed for remolding and will have a grand re-opening on November 19, 2022. Again, Donna is just a joy to meet!Written 10 November 2022
- Badger State Brewing Company is close to Lambeau. I walked there from the hotel and got a flight. They have quite a few IPAs that were delicious. The outside seating area is fun and comfortable. The don't have their own food. They sometimes have a food truck or you can order using a QR code from another restaurant. I ordered a grilled salmon caesar salad that was meh. I didn't feel like the food should impact the brewery's review. Definitely worth the stop!Written 18 May 2022
- In the lobby, it's just your average movie theatre, but inside there were great reclining seats with leg supports. Everything was clean and the popcorn was great :)Written 23 July 2022
- I loved the experience. It's a good place to learn some of the history of the area, and the city. It has collections of the everyday life of the older local generations, and of the industries that took place in town. It also has a gift shop with lovely things to take home. Absolutely recommended.Written 15 August 2022
- An amazing living history “museum” with beautiful views of the river and surrounding area. Expansive grounds that you should budget a few hours for. Beautifully preserved buildings that allow you to step back in time. Many events scheduled throughout the year. Call ahead if wanting to visit when the interpreters are there.Written 1 November 2022
- Staff was friendly — still requiring masks for guests over age 5. All exhibits were open. Kept our 3 and 4 year old entertained for an hour and a half. Not crowded at all. Fun activities and staff was attentive on the floor with answering questions and cleaning. Would definitely return if we are ever in the area.Written 11 July 2021
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