Weekend in Green Bay, Wisconsin | A Full 2 Days Weekend Travel Itinerary

Are you headed to Green Bay for a football game? Are you looking for ideas like what to do and where to eat for a weekend getaway in Wisconsin? Either way, be sure to save this weekend travel itinerary for your next trip! 


Everyone who watches American football knows about the Green Bay Packers, Lambeau Field, and the history of the Lombardi Trophy. But what they may not know is that Green Bay is more than just football. 

There's no denying that football fanatics from all across the country enjoy visiting Lambeau Field. Touring the stadium is an absolute must if you're visiting Green Bay and you enjoy football. But for everyone who does not watch American football or care for sports history, Green Bay is still a destination worthy of your travels. Green Bay has something to offer to every traveler regardless of if you enjoy football or not. 

Between its Instagram-worthy foods and the ample selection of local craft beers, this Wisconsin community has everything a foodie would want from a weekend getaway. Today, I am sharing the ideal weekend travel itinerary for those looking to explore some of the best spots in Green Bay if you only have a couple of days to spare.

In case you are not following us on Instagram (or maybe you missed our stories), I shared all of the details from my trip out to Green Bay on my Instagram Stories. But not to worry--you can watch my Green Bay Instagram Stories Highlights right here! Click any one of the links below to head to their page on Yelp--where you can bookmark these spots, read reviews, get directions to get where you're going when you arrive in Green Bay, and see what else is available in the area that may be worth exploring if you want to change the itinerary in any way.


Green Bay Weekend Itinerary


Day 1:


Early Morning: Coffee and breakfast at Daily Buzz Espresso Bar


Morning: Visit the downtown Green Bay Farmer's Market


Early Afternoon: Walk downtown and shop local


Afternoon: Lunch at Taverne in the Sky


Early Evening: Explore Titletown and sample a beer flight at Hinterland Brewery


Evening: Dinner at Black and Tan Grille


Late Night: Dessert and a nightcap at Republic Chophouse



Mocha "for here" by the window at Daily Buzz Espresso Bar

Fresh produce cart at the Green Bay Farmer's Market

The view at Taverne in the Sky is as good inside as it is outside (ceiling art)

Beer flight at Hinterland Brewery outside of Packers Stadium

The cake slices at Republic Chophouse are larger than life

Day 2:


Early Morning: Breakfast krinkle at Uncle Mike's Bake Shoppe


Morning: Visit the New Zoo


Afternoon: Lunch at Stadium View/tailgate with the Packers family


Early Evening: Watch the Green Bay Packers game (or during off-season attend the Meyer Theatre)


Evening: Dinner at The Walnut Room


Late Evening: Drinks at Titletown Brewery


Award-winning sea salt caramel pecan kringle from Uncle Mike's Bake Shoppe

Green Bay's New Zoo offers educational animal encounters


Stadium View delivers comfort food right across from Packers Stadium


The Lombardi Trophy replica at Lambeau Field stands 50 feet tall

Come for the beer and stay for the atmosphere at Titletown Brewery (head to the rooftop for a great view)


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Thank you to the Wisconsin tourism board for assisting us with our travel accommodations. 

28 comments

  1. Okay, now I'm hungry. All of this food looks incredible. I'll go without the beer, but I will inhale all of that food.

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    1. Haha the food there is no joke! It's incredibly good!!

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  2. All of that food looks amazing! I've never visited Green Bay, but now I need to plan a trip!

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  3. Looks like lots of great eats and experiences in Green Bay. I want to try that pretzel shaped pastry!

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    1. Yes---if you're a fan of pastries, you gotta try a kringle!

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  4. This sounds like a fun place for a getaway! I have never been to Wisconsin before, but would love to go one day.

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    1. Hope you can get out there some time soon! So much to do & see!

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  5. This is great info. I am going to pass this along to my brother, he flies out there at least once a season for a football game! Thanks!

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  6. I now know more about Green Bay than I did before. I do know that the food and drinks look and sound amazing!

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    1. I am glad this was informative for you!! Thanks for letting me know :)

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  7. Looks like you had way too much fun, is that a thing?! Ha! Loving the photos and experiences you shared from your trip to Green Bay for two days!

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  8. I have a couple of friends who are Packers fan. I'll have to share this with them since they'd love to go and watch a game one day.

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  9. Looks like a great place to be. I've passed through Green Bay a few times. I've never actually stopped there though. I'm from Wisconsin and I'm surprised I haven't really stayed there yet to check it out more.

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    1. Oh it's for sure definitely worth a stop even if you only make a point to have a day trip there. Hope you can enjoy GB soon!

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  10. I have never visited there but have thought about doing it many times. I need to make some arrangements because if I don't plan it now, it will be another few years before I will remember about it again. I live so close by it would be a nice weekend trip!

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    1. Absolutely! Now is the time to start planning especially if you want to travel with family (when everyone is together for the holidays, yall can decide when you wanna go and start planning a trip now to make things easier later on!)

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  11. I have only been there once a long time ago (when Brett Favre still played football). It's a lovely city and I've always wanted to go back. It's a beautiful city. (Rena)

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    1. I am sure GB was a lot different 10 years ago so I bet it would look different if you went back to visit!

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  12. I am loving the coffee and the fresh produce! It would be an awesome experience to try.

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    1. I know, right?! The morning enjoying local coffee and exploring the downtown farmer's market would be such a nice way to take in the city. They have incredible farms in WI so you can imagine that the produce and local goods are just as awesome!

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  13. Looks like you guys had a great time touring and eating at Green Bay! It's definitely worth going to especially if you're looking for a place to unwind and just enjoy the good food and the awesome tourist spots.

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  14. The food scene in Green Bay looks amazing. My husband loves football and so we'd love to visit there someday!

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    1. I bet yall would have a great time! If he loves football and you love food, it would be a fantastic weekend trip for the two of you!

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