Discover Festive Magic right in Green Bay!

Discover Festive Magic right in Green Bay!

In this blog post, you’ll find a delightful list of holiday activities that will fill your season with joy and community spirit. From twinkling light displays to pictures with Santa, there’s something for everyone to enjoy!


WPS Garden of Lights at the Green Bay Botanical Garden

Enjoy beautiful scenic trails decorated with more than 350,000 beautiful lights.

Dec 14-17, 21-23, & 26-30

4:30 - 9pm

There are also additional activities to enjoy at the Garden, including holiday shopping, a concession stand with hot chocolate and cookies, and photos with Santa! 

The National Railroad Museum Festival of Trees

Not only can you view over 70 locomotives throughout the museum year round, included in the admission price is the Festival of Trees during the holiday season! During this event, you can admire over 40 Christmas trees decorated by local businesses and organizations.

Nov 16 - Dec 31

The museum is also offering additional activities Dec 12 - 14 for elementary-age kids and younger. These include activity stations with interactive exhibits, cookie decorating, holiday crafts, and a visit with Santa. 

Titletown Winter Jubilee Light Show

Dec 15-16, 20-24, 26-27

Every half hour (on the hour and half hour) 6-9pm

The light show features a 7-minute display of music and lights, fireworks and special effects including lasers projected onto Lambeau Field. The best place to view the show is Titletown Plaza near Ridge Road, or Lots 5 and 6 at Lambeau Field. 

Other Titletown activities

Ice skating

Ice skating is available at Titletown. Guests can pay for ice skating and access the ice through the Admissions building on the southern side of the park near the base of Arien’s Hill. A waiver will need to be signed before skating is permitted.

You can bring your own skates or rentals are available. 

Snow tubing at Arien’s Hill

Speaking of Arien’s Hill, snow tubing is available! Guests can rent a snow tube and slide down one of two tubing lanes on the hill, which is 46 feet high!

Unlike ice skating, only Titletown tubes are permitted on the hill, but don’t worry! Tubes are included in the admission price.


Enjoy the “Best Kringle in North America” at Uncle Mike’s Bake Shoppe

Whether you’re a Green Bay resident or just visiting for the holidays, paying a visit to Uncle Mike’s Bake Shoppe is a must. A family business, the Bake Shoppe has been voted “Best Bakery” by Best of the Bay 10 years in a row, AND “Best Kringle In North America.”

A Kringle is a Danish pastry that features 36 layers of dough and European butter. The dough takes 3 days to make, and the Kringle is shaped like a pretzel with filling inside.

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