Explore Fun Things to Do near Lambeau Field
From Packers football at Lambeau Field to world-class performances at the Weidner Center, a stay in Green Bay offers a wealth of things to do solo or with your family. The Country Inn & Suites allows guests to stay close to fishing at Lake Michigan, animal exhibits at Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary and amazing blooms at Green Bay Botanical Garden. Browse the shops at Bay Park Square or spend a leisurely afternoon strolling through NEW Zoo & Adventure Park. Our rooms and suites
provide an ideal respite where you can recharge in between adventures.
- Lambeau Field (2.5 miles)
Experience a full day of football at Lambeau Field, where you can tailgate before the Green Bay Packers try to capitalize on a home-field advantage. On non-game days, you can tour the facilities and visit the Hall of Fame.
Phone: +1 (920) 569-7500
- Weidner Center for the Performing Arts (1.9 miles)
A fixture on the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay campus, this center is home to fine arts performances and cultural events throughout the year.
Phone: +1 (920) 465-2726
- Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary (4.5 miles)
Observe live animal exhibits and educational displays, or explore miles of hiking trails at this beautiful, 700-acre urban wildlife refuge.
Phone: +1 (920) 391-3671
- Green Bay Botanical Garden (4.3 miles)
Stroll through Wisconsin’s natural beauty at this attraction that features special events and exhibits just for kids along with numerous gardens.
Phone: +1 (920) 490-9457
- NEW Zoo & Adventure Park (13 miles)
Get up close with a variety of wild animals, hike the miles of trails or ride the zip lines when you visit this Green Bay destination.
Phone: +1 (920) 434-7841
Shopping and Museums:
- Bay Park Square (1.2 miles)
Every vacation needs a day of shopping, and at Bay Park Square, you can indulge in some retail therapy at familiar shops like Charlotte Russe or Old Navy.
Phone: +1 (920) 499-2421
- National Railroad Museum (1.9 miles)
At this museum, train enthusiasts of all ages can learn about the nation's railroad history and ride on a vintage, full-size train.
Phone: +1 (920) 437-7623