1951 Bond St.
Green Bay, WI 54303
Phone: (920) 499-7449
Fax: (920) 499-0322
1951 Bond St., Green Bay, WI, US, 54303
- Phone: (920) 499-7449
- Fax: (920) 499-0322
Arts & Museums
We are devoted to bringing educational experiences to school groups, daycare centers, day-camps, special needs students, home-school groups, youth groups and other educational institutions. All of our tours are developed with age appropriate activities. Students benefit by interacting with objects relevant to their daily studies. Teachers benefit by receiving pre/post visit materials and by meeting academic standards. Check the website for the constantly updated schedule of events.
Come see two floors worth of changing history and science technology.
See the Packers' legend captured in exhibits, shows, and memorabilia.
Established in 1956, the National Railroad Museum welcomes close to 75,000 visitors every year. The space can be hired for private, business and social events, while field trips, nature walks, lectures, interactive sessions and workshops are all part of the superlative educational program. The artifacts include over 5000 reports, records, maps, old uniforms, clothing, negatives, photographs, tools and more.
This is the largest exhibit of Oneida history and artifacts in the world and is one of the leading Native American museums in the world.
The Weidner Center is located within the University of Wisconsin. This venue is host to a myriad of events, such as symphony orchestras, concerts and art exhibitions. Several entertainment and educational events are also held at this spacious venue. The Fort Howard Hall, University Theatre, Cofrin Family Hall and Studio One are some of the sub venues in Weidner. The center also has a visual arts segment, which houses some excellent works of sculpture. A trip here is, without a doubt, an enriching experience. Call +1 800 922 9272 (Toll Free).