The 10 Best Things to Do in De Pere, United States

January 6, 2018 Malia Yoakum

De Pere is a city located in Brown County, Wisconsin, United States. The population was 23,800 at the 2010 census. De Pere is a suburb of Green Bay and is part of the Green Bay Metropolitan Statistical Area.
Restaurants in De Pere

1. Lambeau Field

1265 Lombardi Ave, Green Bay, WI 54304-3927 +1 920-569-7500
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5 based on 2 reviews

Lambeau Field

Welcome to Lambeau Field, the crown jewel of the National Football League! After undergoing a dramatic facelift in 2003, Lambeau Field has been transformed into to a year-round tourist destination with a host of new amenities and attractions. The Lambeau Field Atrium is home to the Packers Pro Shop, Packers Hall of Fame, Curly's Pub, and other Atrium dining, event, entertainment and retail options.

Reviewed By Liz K - Wausau, Wisconsin

Something for everyone, whether a Packer fan or not. Great history of the team in the Packer Hall of Fame. And make sure you take the tour of the stadium if weather permits. Quite the experience! We've done the tour, and the Hall of Fame. And this past January had the opportunity to see a game. Nothing like it....a "to do" for sure on a Packer Fan's bucket list.

2. De Pere Riverwalk And Wildlife Viewing Area

De Pere Lock and Dam, De Pere, WI
Excellent
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4.5 based on 57 reviews

De Pere Riverwalk And Wildlife Viewing Area

Reviewed By perfecttraveler - Miami, Florida

Went here to shoot photos of my granddaughter. The birds are plentiful but that's all I saw, one even got in the photos. The area is nice and clean. I love the area and I think its very charming. Peaceful and quiet when we were there.

3. Green Bay Botanical Garden

2600 Larsen Rd, Green Bay, WI 54303-4841 +1 920-490-9457
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5 based on 376 reviews

Green Bay Botanical Garden

Open all year, Green Bay Botanical Garden is designed to provide interest with display gardens that capture the beauty of northeastern Wisconsin’s four distinct and wonderful seasons. Learn about the vital role plants play in our lives and enjoy spending time with family and friends. Be refreshed by gardens overflowing with beauty and serenity.

Reviewed By Thekidsaregrown

I was there on 11/25/17 with family to see the light show. The little one (1 1/2 year old) really enjoyed it. It was very pretty and it might be nice to see the gardens in the daylight during warmer weather.

4. Green Bay Packer Hall of Fame

1265 Lombardi Ave, Green Bay, WI 54304-3927 +1 920-499-4281
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5 based on 758 reviews

Green Bay Packer Hall of Fame

Reviewed By Julie H - Kaukauna, Wisconsin, USA

We went here for our company Christmas party and everyone had a great time, even the non-football fans. The flow of the displays keeps you interested and there are so many interactive areas where you can feel the excitement of the game and the fans. I have been here more than once and always find something new to discover.

5. Scray Cheese

2082 Old Martin Rd, De Pere, WI 54115-8015 +1 920-347-0303
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4.5 based on 20 reviews

Scray Cheese

Reviewed By Dave V

Little cheese factory just off the highway one mile. While they are famous for cheese curds (and why not?), they offer aged cheddars up to nine years old. I get the three and five year cheddars. Really flavorful, and economical. Pick some up and put out a tray for a party. This is the stuff that made Wisconsin famous for cheese.

6. Bay Beach Amusement Park

1313 Bay Beach Rd., off I-83 at Webster Ave., Green Bay, WI +1 920-448-3365
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4.5 based on 997 reviews

Bay Beach Amusement Park

The retro charm of Bay Beach includes old-fashioned prices: rides are only 20 cents each.

Reviewed By Don055 - Green Bay, Wisconsin

This is a very family-friendly destination, where kids can have plenty of fun on a variety of rides, without wearing out mom & dad with super-long lines, or tons of money for the day. Little ones, say under 6, will really find it incredible, while those up to 10 still have a blast, and the "big kids" will like the newer attractions like the Z.P....

7. Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary

Green Bay, WI +1 920-391-3671
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4.5 based on 429 reviews

Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary

A 700-acre wildlife refuge that features trails, as well as educational and live animal exhibits.

Reviewed By stoogeg3 - Suamico, Wisconsin

This sanctuary is a wonderful place to visit even if you don't have children. They feature very educational displays about animals, insects, flowers, animal tracks and environmental surroundings. There is a cute slide that the kids love to slide down! Even a few adults! There is an educational gift shop and outside there is a walkway to a bridge where you will see varieties of ducks and Canadian geese. After you cross the bridge there is another center that features birds of prey as well as varieties of owls. There are many hiking trails and picnic areas. Parking is adequate.

8. National Railroad Museum

2285 S Broadway, Green Bay, WI 54304-4832 +1 920-437-7623
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4.5 based on 357 reviews

National Railroad Museum

Reviewed By Linda B

It's after all the National Train Museum. Rather small for that distinction. They have a lot of trains and some are refurbished. Those are fun to walk through. Others are outside and you can walk through them, but it's claustrophobic and I kept waiting for something to crawl out of the seating. (perfect mouse nest material) The train ride was just in a small circle on the grounds and was probably cool for a little kid, but for adult left something to be desired. My husband was disappointed too. Once there is enough. They do a lot with their funding being donations, but the name creates higher expectations.

9. Meyer Theatre

117 S Washington St, Green Bay, WI 54301-4210 +1 920-433-3333
Excellent
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4.5 based on 86 reviews

Meyer Theatre

Reviewed By WisconsinChippy - Northern Wisconsin

How refreshing to see an old, historic building saved instead of being demolished. The theater opened on Valentine's Day 1930 and still has the original organ! You can spend so much time just staring around and appreciating the grandeur of this old theater. Seats are comfortable and sound perfect.

10. Neville Public Museum

210 Museum Pl, Green Bay, WI 54303-2780 +1 920-448-4460
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4.5 based on 108 reviews

Neville Public Museum

General museum of art, history and science that features a diverse collection of major objects relevant to Northeast Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula region.

Reviewed By PattiJani - Appleton, Wisconsin

I was really impressed with this museum when I visited. There is so much to see and so much to learn about. I espcially loved the beaver hut where you could see how beavers live from down under. Everything was great and fun on a hot day.

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