This sample itinerary can be customized for any time of year.
The Greater Green Bay Area has become a popular group tour destination. Groups love the experienced step-on guides and storytellers who add a unique touch to make it a truly memorable experience.
3 – 5:00 pm
Enjoy a relaxing stay at the Country Inn & Suites, the North Green Bay, WI location. Here your group can experience the city’s top attractions just minutes away from the hotel. They’ll have easy access to Lambeau Field, Oneida Casino, the NEW Zoo, the historic Meyer Theatre and Bay Beach Amusement Park. You can also enjoy an array of excellent amenities, such as complimentary Wi-Fi, a well-equipped fitness center, a heated indoor pool and the hotel’s free breakfast buffet.
5 – 8:30 pm
The Palace of Reif Mills Dinner Event Theatre is located in downtown Reifs Mills. The show begins when your group arrives at The Palace and is greeted by the characters in the show. When the show begins, characters set the scene for the show and the buffet. While everyone is eating, they are entertained with live theme-oriented dinner music. After dinner, the “main show” begins and lasts for about an hour-and a-half. The shows include audience participation such as: contests, cheers, yells, sing-alongs, birthday/anniversary recognition, dancing and much more.
9 – 11:30 am
Segway: The Fox Tour
Lambeau Stadium/Walk of Legends Tour: Do you know about the Walk of Legends? It is 24 huge granite obelisks that chronicle the Packers decade by decade. This tour starts at Tundra Lodge, goes down the Walk of Legends, and around Packer Stadium. Whether you are a Packer fan or not, the Stadium and Walk are fun and impressive seen from the platform of the Segway PT. Your group will draw the stares of the passersby as you glide down the sidewalks of Green Bay.
11:30 – 2:00 pm
Grab some lunch at the Oneida Casino and try your luck at the slots, blackjack or bingo!
2 – 4:00 pm
Take a pleasant drive up to Oconto, WI and tour the Historic Beyer Home. This historic house was built in 1868 and is believed to be one of the first brick homes in the county. The building passed through several owners before becoming the home of George and Fanny Beyer in 1881. In 1941, the county acquired this home and turned it over to the county historical society with the stipulation that it becomes a museum for all to enjoy.
If their show schedule is on your side while you’re in Oconto, there is the cutest little theater there for your group! The Park Avenue Playhouse, home of the Machickanee Players, serves up live performances, dinner shows, dessert shows or just the ‘show’ straight up! Call ahead for what’s on their schedule!
Your resting spot for this evening is the AmericInn in Menominee, MI. At AmericInn, they believe the more the merrier. They love groups and their comfortable surroundings are made for sharing. You’ll receive the best rooms available, inviting extras and more!
For more information or to customize this sample itinerary for your group, please contact your tour operator or Lori Reese with Hospitality Investors at 763-263-6366 or LReese@hospinv.com
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