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    Please don't take offense if i delete part of or all of a post..

    I want this to be information on the green bay area for visitors that have questions
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    Here I will give topics, and people can copy them and add to them


    BARS




    HOTELS




    RESTAURANTS




    TRANSPORTATION



    WHEN SHOULD I ARRIVE




    PARKING



    SEE PLAYERS



    VISITING TEAMS BUSES






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    Anduzzi's Sport Club
    1992 Holmgren Way
    GreenBay, Wi. 54304

    Legend's Brew House and Eatery
    940 Waube Ln
    Green Bay,Wi 54304


    Krolls West Restaurant
    1990 S. Ridge Rd (right across the Ridge Rd from LF
    Green Bay, Wi. 54304

    Champion's Sports Bar and Grill
    1007 Tony Canadeo Run (Street)
    Green Bay, Wi. 54304
    championssportsbarandgrillgreenbay.com

    Fuzzy's63 Bar and Grill
    2511 W. Mason St.
    Green Bay, Wi. 54304
    www.fuzzy63sportsbarandgrill.com
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    These are some places I'd hit if/ when I ever get to GB:

    Lambeau Field

    No need to tell you where this is at!

    National Railroad Museum

    Address: 2285 S. Broadway Green Bay, WI
    Tel: 920-437-7623



    Green Bay Packer Hall of Fame


    Captain's Walk Winery




    Address: 345 South Adams Street Green Bay, WI 54301
    Tel: 920-431-9255
    Fax: 920-884-8277




    Kastle Park

    Kastle Park - Go-Karts & Mini-Golf

    Address: 2301 North Irwin Avenue Green Bay, WI 54301
    Tel: 920 465 6121



    I'm not fussy on hotels, I wouldn't be spending much time in there anyway, just a decent place to crash.

    Someone would have to help me with the bars, I'd wanna meet some peeps there, I suppose I'd manage to find the bars! ;) These look like fun!

    Comedy City - De Pere

    Address: 500 Grant St, De Pere, WI 54115
    Phone: 920-983-0966




    Titletown Brewing Company


    • 200 Dousman Street, Green Bay, WI 54303
    • (920) 437-2337


    Non noms, Italian of course:

    Sammy's Pizza & Restaurant


    • 2161 S Oneida St, Green Bay, WI 54304-4641
    • (920) 499-6644


    I'd probably be coming to see a game so if I did a meet and greet, I would be sure to knit green and gold hats for all my Packers, I worry about their heads getting cold in all that what do you Wisconsins call it? SNOW!

    Of course I'd wanna meet up with you cats on here! We'd paint the town green and gold! Just don't let me have any of that blue stuff, Hypnotize me or Hypnotic or something. That stuff makes me crazy.



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    Restaurants
    Italian
    Sammy's Pizza and Restaurant
    2161 S Oneida St
    Green Bay, Wi 54304
    4 blocks from Lambeau Field
    www.sammyspizzagreenbay.com

    Chinese
    Mandarin Garden
    2394 S. Oneida St
    Green Bay,Wi. 54304
    www.mandringardengreenbay.com

    Prime Quarter Steakhouse
    2610 S. Oneida St
    Green Bay,Wi. 54304

    Family Restaurant

    Bay Family Restaurant & Hotel
    1301 S Military Av
    Green Bay, Wi. 54301
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    Hotels

    My advice is to reserve your hotel room here in Green Bay-on the day that NFL announces the 2011 NFL schedule.

    Greater Green Bay Convention & Visitors Bureau has a website , where you can find all room vacancies, room rates in most of the Hotels in Green Bay.

    Greater Green Bay Convention & Visitors Bureau
    1901 S. Oneida St PO Box 10596
    Green Bay, Wi. 54304-10596
    Toll Free 1-888-867-3342
    www.greenbay.com
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    Go to Curly's AFTER a game and have a few drinks or a meal..Then when your done after about 90 minutes, parking lot is empty and its a easy exit
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    Green Bay Tour Information

    http://www.packersgameday.com/greenbayinfo/packersites.htm


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    Tour Information For Green Bay



    There's TONS of stuff to do in Green Bay! Many people vacation there just to watch the Packers practice during Training Camp! This page should give you all kinds of ideas and information you can research. Things are ever changing so let me know of anything that could be added or if there's an error with the information.

    RESOURCES

    Green Bay Visitor and Convention Center - 1-800-236-3976 or 1-888-867-3342 (Request the Travel Planner!) www.packercountry.com Call for their brochure and check out their web site; it's the SINGLE best resource for planning a trip to Green Bay.

    Wisconsin Dept of Tourism - (call for brochures and tour books)1-800-432-TRIP

    Packer Fan Hotline - (daily reports on practice times)1-920-496-7722

    www.browncohistoricalsoc.org - Web site for the Brown County Historical Society

    www.greenbaypressgazette.com - Local Green Bay newspaper. Plenty of Packer and around-town info.

    www.packers.com - Practice schedules and other Packer information is posted

    www.packerhalloffame.com - Web site for the Packer Hall of Fame

    www.packerfantours.com - Packer Fan Tours is the Official source for Green Bay PACKER TICKETS and tour packages for all home and away games

    Call the Green Bay Visitor and Convention Center (listed above) and request their Travel Planner. It's your best single source of information on Green Bay. Trust me!

    PRE-SEASON ACTIVITIES

    PACKERS TRAINING CAMP - Call ahead or check the web site for practice times. Practices are closed to the public as the regular season gets closer. Many Packer fans live for Training Camp; it's something all Packer fans should experience at least once.

    AUTOGRAPGH SESSIONS - Fans will have access to Packers during training camp for autographs,but you must obtain a ticket. Tickets will be given out by police officers in the morning. Call ahead for details.

    PACKERS EXPERIENCE - Located across the street from the Don Hutson Center in the Brown County Exposition Center. Closes once the regular season starts.

    REGULAR or PRE-SEASON ACTIVITIES

    PACKER HALL OF FAME - Experience the history and glory. :)

    LAMBEAU FIELD TOURS - Open 9:00AM to 6:00PM. Lambeau Field tours start at 9:30AM. Tours can sell out rather quickly on peak days so get there early to get a tour, especially on weekends. No tours on game days. Call ahead for times and schedules; available tours can vary and usually only during the Spring/Summer. (No tours available during the construction/renovation).

    PACKER PRO SHOP - Located inside the atrium with a smaller store on the west side in the concourse. They have the usual merchandise but there is some neat stuff and collectables that you normally don't find at K-Mart.

    GAME DAYS

    TAILGATING - Bring a grill and fire it up or just wander through the crowd and join the party. The people and the atmosphere almost make you forget there's a game. You won't see anything like it at any other stadium.

    BROWN COUNTY EXPOSITION CENTER - (Regular season only). Located south of the Packer Hall of Fame. It's open to the public and there's vendors, food, and a band. Good place to hang out for a while and sit or get warm if it's late in the year. Or cool off if it's hot.

    TICKETS - There's a little section east of Lambeau Field (across the street) where it's legal to buy and sell tickets. If you don't care about money you can easily get a ticket from the scalpers. Normal people who want to get rid of extra tickets also come here so you might get a better deal from them. If you're not a seasoned horse trader, don't expect any miracles. Personally, I would prefer you avoid the scalpers and not give them any business if it's possible. If you don't want to deal with scalpers, the call Packer Fan Tours at 1-800-851-PACK or see their web site at www.packerfantours.com. They won't be cheap, but they're officially endorsed by the Green Bay Packers and they'll treat you better than the typical ticket broker.

    PACKER-RELATED SITES AROUND GREEN BAY

    FUZZY'S - Owned by "Fuzzy" Thurston, one of the Packer greats from the Glory Years. Full of memorabilia and you might run into Fuzzy the night before a game. Located at 2511 W. Mason Street.

    GLORY YEARS PUB - 321 S. Washington St. Bar and restaurant where VINCE LOMBARDI used to have hs business office. Sit down and have a cool one in the same room where Vince himself ran the Packers.

    KROLL'S WEST RESTAURANT - 1990 S. Ridge Road. Packer fans swear that this is the only place to go for a hamburger this side of the Rockies. True Americana at its best.

    CURLEY LAMBEAU'S GRAVE - On Highway 57 at the Allouez Catholic Cemetary. Located more or less in the southeast corner of the property. The grave itself has a SMALL, modest marker. There is a larger, upright stone that merely says "LAMBEAU" which can help you in locating the family section. From the main maintenance building, go east and stay even (well, a little north, but almost even) with the north side of the structure.

    TITLETOWN BREWING COMPANY - This is the old C&W train station where the Packers used to embark for away games. It was also the celebration point when the Packers returned from victorious games and championships. Word has it that the restaurant is a good one and you should try the Johnny Blood Red Ale, named for another Packer Great, Johnny "Blood" McNally.

    PACKER CITY ANTIQUES - 1920 Marlee Lane. Full of eclectic "old stuff" and Packer memorabilia. It's not very big, but they should charge admission just to come in to look at all the neat stuff. They have a web site: www.packercityantiques.com

    VINCE LOMBARDI'S HOME - Drive along Sunset Circle and it'll be the red brick ranch home with the green and gold fire hydrant. It's in a nice, quiet neighborhood and you'll feel like you're invading the place, but a man once drove in from Utah and asked if he could just step inside for a moment. The owners invited the stranger in for dinner. A group of students drove from Ohio and asked permission to play football on the lawn. You won't find a place more humble and charming, but please, remember real people live here, OK?

    WEST LAKESIDE PARK - While the structures are all gone, this is the location of the Rockwood Lodge and practice field for the Packers during the 1940's.

    REGGIE WHITE'S PRO SHOP - 3 blocks west of Lambeau Field on Lombardi Drive. You won't see it from the road, it's back a bit in the strip mall there. Packer clothing and autographed items are the main venue.

    STEVE'S FENCE - On the north side of Lambeau Field across the street you'll see the green and gold fence on Lombardi Avenue. Every year the owner brainstorms with friends and neighbors to paint a clever message on the fence. It has become a Green Bay icon.

    BRETT FAVRE'S STEAKHOUSE - Located at 1004 Brett Favre Pass. Just find the Stadium View bar to the east of Lambeau Field and you'll find the restaurant. There's a small gift shop inside and the restaurant itself is probably one of the best places to go for a steak in Green Bay.

    BELLVUE PARK - Home to the Packers in 1923 and 1924.

    CURLEY LAMBEAU'S HOME - 1205 Cherry Street.

    STADIUM SPORTS AND ANTIQUES - The people who run this store wrote the book on Packer memorabilia. Literally! They did publish a price guide of Packer goodies and have many items for sale. Great place to browse through. Located at 2041 Holmgren Way.

    EAST HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL FIELD - The Packers used to play here.

    SKIP'S PLACE - 2052 Homgren Way. RAY NITSCHKE was a frequent customer here and his counter stool was retired after his death. If you hate the food chains and love the Mom and Pop diners, then you have to eat here. The chocolate malts are really good. (NOTE: I heard the name of the restaurant has changed).

    DAMON'S - 909 Plymrock Terrace (Oneida and Hwy 172). There's a replica of the Superbowl XXXI goalpost here.

    OTHER GREEN BAY SITES OF INTEREST

    BAY BEACH AMUSEMENT PARK - Features an amusement park; open during the summer. 920-391-3671.

    BAY BEACH WILDLIFE SANCTUARY - 500 acres of wild land and ponds with a nature trail, nature center, hiking trails, and zoo. 920-391-3671.

    BROWN COUNTY EXPOSITION CENTER - Numerous events and shows are available. Call 1-920-497-5001 for a 24 hour event hotline.

    CHILDREN'S MUSEUM OF GREEN BAY - 320 N. Adams St. Hands-on exhibits and activities. 920-432-4397.

    HAZELWOOD - 1837 home of Judge Martin, Civil War major.

    HERITAGE HILL STATE PARK - Off Hwy 172 at Webster Ave. 40 acre park with authentically costumed interpreters in historic buildings. Various events and activities available throught the year. Call ahead for off-season hours. 1-800-721-5150.

    JOANNES FAMILY AQUATIC CENTER - Across from East High School. 920-448-3365. Open June-August.

    L.H. BARKHAUSEN WATERFOWL PRESERVE - 2024 Lakeview Drive. 925 acre outdoor education facility. Hiking and ski trails. 920-448-4466.

    NATIONAL RAILROAD MUSEUM - 2285 S. Broadway Ave. 920-437-7623. www.nationalrrmuseum.org

    NEVILLE PUBLIC MUSEUM - Includes an exhibit surveying 10,000 years of life in northwest Wisconsin. 920-448-4460. www.nevillepublicmuseum.org/

    NEW ZOO - Off Hwy IR in Suamico. 920-434-2632. Web site for Brown County parks including the zoo: www.co.brown.wi.us/parks/

    ONEIDA BINGO AND CASINO - Slots, Bingo, and Blackjack only. It can be fun, but don't take a lot of money. The games are honest, but are set to give you the lowest odds for winning. 1-800-238-4263.

    ONEIDA NATION MUSEUM - W892 EE Road. Onieda Indian history and artifacts. 920-869-2768.

    ST. NORBERT COLLEGE - Theatre productions and other events may be available. Call for details. http://www.snc.edu/

    WEIDNER CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS - Located at the UW-Green Bay Campus. 1-800-328-TKTS. www.weidnercenter.com

    WHITE PILLARS - (In De Pere) First bank building in Wisconsin, built in 1836. Houses the De Pere Historical Society. 403 N. Broadway. 920-336-3877.

    Again, I can't stress enough that you should call the Green Bay Visitor and Convention Center and request a copy of their Travel Planner. 1-888-867-3342.





    I will be doing a post later on all the tricks to get Packer autographs...like how I got 23 autigraphs in less than 14 days, All autographs were on my Packer winter coat (had white sleeves). Visited my mom...mother's do not see autographs..they see dirt...soo the Jacket goes into the washing machine!!!! Thanks mom,,,,



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    For those visiting Green Bay during golf season, you must try Brown County Public golf course. It has always been rated in the top 100 public golf courses in the United States.....if you hit it in the woods, count yourself lucky if you get a double bogey. I have played golf around the world and this course remains my favorite.

    If you have young kids, take them to Bay Beach, they have rides for young children that cost 10 cents in 1960 and still cost 10 cents.

    A popular place in the old days for visiting Packer opponents was Chili Johns.....chili as mild or hot as you want....but they put spaghetti noodles in their chili....so unless that turns you on order without noodles!

    I was going to give you a must see bar/restaurant called Glory Days, it is Vince Lombardi's office when he was coach of the Packers, remolded into a restaurant but the desk he worked at was there. Sorry, they have gone out of business.
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    PARKING

    When coming to a game, I always get great parking close to the stadium on or near St. Agnes Drive which is north-west of the stadium. It's only 2 or 3 blocks from the Atrium and costs $10 or less to park in someone's yard. (Although it costs more a little closer in.) I've never had a problem getting in or out. Note, however, that many of these off-street yards do not allow tailgaiting.
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    Just giving some general advice, most hotels in GB require a 2 night stay minimum which is pretty standard, and if you are trying to find something cheaper than the going rates for a weekend (Since they do charge more on Packer Weekends) Appleton has plenty of options and usually don't have the two night stay minimum. And it is best to book directly with the hotel than online, hotels usually match what is online and in my experience are more flexible about changes if you book with them than online.
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    Kewaunee which is 30 miles east of Gb has a few hotels as well
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    I'm going to my first Lambeau Field Packers Game this Monday night. Does anyone know if and where there are any places to see the players come in and try to get signatures?
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    Got a little travel tip for Milwaukee games..That is if you are actually drive back South to Milwaukee..

    How ever you get out from where you were parked, try to get to Ashland Ave that runs parallel to Oneida and is a few blocks east of Oneida..

    I have a GPS that I have direct me from here, so will try to figure it out..But I have it set to avoid highways..And two times now this year, it took me the same way and the drive was only 2:15 mins from time getting in my car till I got home..It is only about an extra 20 mins, and you avoid ALL (and I mean ALL) traffic going to 172, and 41-45

    Go South on Ashland and continue to go south..The rest is from Mapquest




    4. Continue onto N 8th St

    0.5 mi
    5. Turn left onto WI-32 S/Main Ave
    Continue to follow WI-32 S

    0.4 mi
    6. Turn left onto Reid St

    0.3 mi
    7. Take the 3rd left onto 3rd St

    354 ft
    8. Turn right to stay on 3rd St

    79 ft
    9. Continue onto Main Ave

    0.4 mi
    10. At the traffic circle, take the 1st exit onto S Broadway

    1.0 mi

    11. Continue onto WI-32 S/WI-57 S/Greenleaf Rd



    Stay on 32/57 until you are near Chilton

    http://maps.google.com/maps?q=chilton wi map&oe=utf-8&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:eek:fficial&client=firefox-a&um=1&ie=UTF-8&hq=&hnear=0x8803758e03e64165:0x5c9f9a72ee8ac4be,Chilton, WI&gl=us&ei=rkfjToz5FYPzggeLlOnvBQ&sa=X&oi=geocode_result&ct=image&resnum=1&ved=0CCgQ8gEwAA


    Merge onto 151 and follow that until it mets up with 41-45

    It may seem like a long drive, it really isnt and you avoid all that traffic..
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    If you ever there on a non game/scheduled practice day there is a parking gate directly south of the pro shop where players will roll down their window to sign autographs. Some hurry out, others stop to engage people. Depends on what kind of day they are having, but I've always been lucky doing this when visiting family for holidays etc.
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    Many of the yard options behind Krolls are excellent. Over the past 5 years I have been going to the same house and have gotten to know the owners well. Many of these houses will treat you like family and provide a far better social experience than tailgating on your own. A walk through the main parking lot once is a lot of fun, as is the bar scene, but once you've been there and done that something a little more personal as I've described is a far more "authentic" experience.
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    I have been lucky to park on Ridge road, about a block south of Krolls for $15, just have to be willing to get there way early..
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    I would agree with you....I never seen a player stop to sign on game days..
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    Thanks! I'll have to do this when I go back to Green Bay!
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    PARKING (Game Day)

    What time will they let cars line-up to get in the Oneida lots? We're coming up from Chicago Sunday AM and if sitting on line at 9am is permitted and gets us in the lots as they open we'll do it. Any assistance is appreciated.
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    Lambeau field lots are reserved by season ticket holders for the season. Odds are you won't get in. Your best bet is one of the houses in the area or business lots. Since I rarely tailgate, I usually park on a city street 2-3 blocks north of the stadium. After the game, Ridge and Oneida are one way four lanes north to Mason St. From there I go east across the bridge going through downtown. Relatively lightly used route. Keep going on Mason until you get either to Monroe, Main, or I-43 depending on your destination. If you go west on Mason you can get to 41 relatively quick.
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    What time would be good to get a yard parking spot?

    sent from my rooted evo4g
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    By the time your read this it will be too late. :confused: Actually they really never fill up. The later you are, the farther you walk (and the less you pay.)

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