TakeOff North America 2024

The air service development forum dedicated to the North American marketplace

Green Bay, Wisconsin

Destination Guide and Tours

Our hosts have provided some key information about Green Bay along with tours, so you can make the most of your time in the city.

Green Bay Tours

Information regarding booking tours will be available later this year. In the mean time, have a look at what will be on offer and how you can get to know Green Bay and its attractions during your time at TakeOff North America 2024.

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National Railroad Museum

The National Railroad Museum inspires lifelong learning by providing dynamic educational opportunities through the preservation of railroad objects, engaging exhibits, and innovative programs. 

Established in 1956 by several local businessmen, the National Railroad Museum began as a Steam Locomotive Committee aimed at preserving a favorite steam locomotive and other rolling stock. Gen. Carl R. Gray, commander of military railroads during World War II, simultaneously advocated for the creation of a national railroad museum. 

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Downtown Sturgeon Bay

Destination Sturgeon Bay (DSB) is dedicated to ensuring a first-class visitor experience, helping local businesses grow, and enhancing Sturgeon Bay’s quality of life.

As much as we hate to see summer go, we have to admit, fall in Sturgeon Bay is one of our absolute favorite seasons. Apple picking, fall colors, hiking through nature and hearing those leaves crunch below your feet…what’s not to love?

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Green Bay Packers

Lambeau Field Stadium Tour

Experience the Packers' history-rich facility firsthand and see several behind-the-scenes areas.

Classic Stadium Tours are an hour-long experience. Guests will get to see one of Lambeau Field's premium seating areas and even go down to field level through the Player's Tunnel. Along the way, they will learn about our historic organization and stadium.

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Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame

The 15,000-square-foot, two-level Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame is conveniently located on the main floor of the Lambeau Field Atrium. A tribute to the greatest story in sports, the facility uses technology, enhanced interactive displays and a treasure trove of artefacts to educate and inspire visitors about the rich history of the Packers, as well as the teams of today.

Guests are able to see Packers legends describe historic games in their own words, and can scroll through touch screens to click on audio segments and game video clips that tell the team's story. The Hall of Fame also displays trophies from the Packers' 13 world championships, including four Lombardi trophies.  The hall's most popular exhibit is a replica of Vince Lombardi's office.  The exciting and historical galleries appeal to visitors of all ages.  

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EAA AirVenture Aviation Museum

The EAA Aviation Museum is where your imagination takes flight!

Located in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, the EAA Aviation Museum is one of the world's finest aviation attractions and a year-round destination for the entire family. Come and explore our world-class displays and galleries. Check out our collection of more than 200 historic airplanes along with world-class galleries and displays, including the Eagle Hangar that pays tribute to World War II aviation and the heroes who served. Kids can enjoy our highly interactive area, the KidVenture Gallery, that features 16 hands-on exhibits, a scenic overlook from Tower of Flight, as well as a climb into the cockpit of a half-scale model of an F-22.

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The temperature in Green Bay, Wisconsin, can vary in October from 42F (5C) to 69F (20C), so make sure to pack for all instances. There will still be an occurrence of fall colors. You can view a full report here.

Get to know the Wisconsin slang

All things NFL

Favre = Packers Quarterback 1992-2008
Rodgers = Packers Quarterback 2005-2022
Love = Packers Quarterback presently
Curly Lambeau = Player and coach 1920-1949
Vince Lombardi = Coach 1959-1967
Titletown = The Packers have won 13 NFL Championships/Super Bowls

All things Food & Drink

Booyah = Belgian stew/soup
Old Fashioned = Unofficial drink of Wisconsin
Kringle = Danish pastry
Fish Boil = Usually Lake Michigan whitefish boiled with potatoes and onions served with butter

All things everything else

U.P. = Upper Michigan
Up North = Even further north than Green Bay
Bubbler = Drinking Fountain
Ope = Oops or Uh-Oh
TYME Machine = ATM
Sheephead = Card game