Door County Visitor Bureau
Explore 300 miles of shoreline, nearly 100 museums and galleries, over 30 parks, 18 islands, 10 historic lighthouses, quaint harbor side villages and an eclectic arts community.
Outdoor recreation opportunities abound in Door County on both land and sea. Five state parks, eleven historic lighthouses and more than 50 beaches and parks provide the option to be active or just enjoy the sights. Choose from sailing, golfing, fishing, biking, swimming, camping, hiking, horseback riding, parasailing, sea kayaking, climb to the top of a lighthouse and snorkel or SCUBA dive among 19th century shipwrecks.
With a blend of the quintessential and the always-changing, Door County serves up experiences that are different from anywhere else. Only here will you know the conviviality of a fish boil, the magnetic pull of a historic lighthouse, and the tart sweetness of a Montmorency cherry right from the tree. Find lodging, dining and entertainment savings from fall to spring with our seasonal packages.
- (800) 527-3529
EAA Museum Oshkosh
The EAA Museum is where your imagination can take flight! One of the nation’s finest aviation museums within the EAA Aviation Center, it features more than 100 aircraft on display and is a destination for the entire family. Come explore the world-class displays and galleries, including World War II fighters, vintage biplanes, homebuilt aircraft and more. The KidVenture area includes plenty of hands-on learning experiences for young people, while Pioneer Airport (open May-Sept.) is the ultimate interactive museum experience with flights in vintage airplanes!
Interstate 41 at the Highway 44 exit. Open year-round.
The EAA Aviation Center is also home to:
EAA AirVenture Oshkosh – The world’s largest aviation fly-in, held in late July each year, with more than 10,000 airplanes that come to Oshkosh for the weeklong event.
Special Events – EAA’s facilities provide an unmatched environment for events ranging from meetings and conventions to weddings and retreats.
- (920) 426-4818
Granite Peak at Rib Mountain State Park
This ancient mountain became a ski area more than 70 years ago, when Wausau residents cleared six runs by hand, installed the country’s longest ski lift, and built the stone chalet from granite quarried nearby. We’ve taken the vision of the original founders to new heights every year for the past 15 years, and we are proud to continue to build upon the tradition of being Wisconsin’s premier ski area.
Granite Peaks Ski Season typically runs from Mid November – Beginning of April
- (715) 845-2846
Greater Green Bay Convention & Visitors Bureau
Green Bay, WI
Green Bay is famous for football, but it’s all the hidden treasures that make Greater Green Bay a special place to visit.
Green Bay is Wisconsin’s oldest settlement. The very first visitors to Greater Green Bay were successful entrepreneurs. From beaver pelts for European hat makers in the 1600s, to the invention of the world’s first splinter-free toiler paper in the early 1900s, our ancestors used the area’s waterways to grow the community’s prosperity. Blessed with an abundance of natural resources, Green Bay was, and continues to be, a major shipping center. The city’s largest employers remain the paper and shipping industries. With continuous development in Green Bay and its surrounding communities, the area boasts a progressive atmosphere from industrial parks to shopping districts.
In addition to being known around the world for contributions to industry and agriculture, Green Bay is the smallest city to host a National Football League team. Founded in 1919, the 13-time National Champion Green Bay Packers are the only NFL team to be owned by its fans.
Residents who move away to another city, often return home for the quality of life, family-friendly values and strong business community – not to mention the area’s contagious spirit and personality. When you visit us, we’re confident you’ll #LoveGB.
Greater Green Bay
Convention & Visitors Bureau
1901 S. Oneida Street
Green Bay, WI 54304
888-867-3342 ˙ 920-494-9507
Green Bay Packers, Inc. – Lambeau Field Atrium
Green Bay Packers, Inc. – Lambeau Field Atrium – Visit the Hall of Fame, take a Stadium Tour, eat at Curly’s Pub, enjoy a treat at Frozen In Time Ice Cream, play at Curly’s Game Zone, shop at the Packers Pro Shop or the Extra Points Store or book your next special event. Open year-round.
Touch down year round at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Home to the Green Bay Packers on gameday, and touted as the most legendary stadium in the National Football League, Lambeau Field is also open (almost) every other day of the year as well.
Lambeau Field Atrium is home to:
- The Packers Pro Shop – the team store owned and operated by the Packers. If you can’t find what you’re looking for here, you don’t bleed green and gold!
- Packers Hall of Fame – The Packers Hall of Fame is now closed for ongoing Atrium renovations. The new Hall of Fame will open in the summer of 2015.
- Lambeau Field Stadium Tour – walk down the same tunnel the Packers players do on gameday and learn about the legendary history of the team and stadium.
- Special Events – book your next meeting, reception, wedding, or social gathering in this awe-inspiring place.
- (920) 569-7500
Ho-Chunk Gaming – Wittenberg
Ho-Chunk Gaming – Wittenberg – Experience the latest in gaming technology including video poker, progressive slots and virtual table games – Blackjack, Texas Hold’em and more. Good food, great service. Visit us 1 mile north at highways 29 & 45 in Wittenberg.
- (866) 910-0150