Sleep Inn & Suites Green Bay Airport
1600 Lawrence Dr.
De Pere, WI 54115
Phone: (920) 338-8800
Fax: (920) 338-8881
Arts & Museums
Established in 1956, the National Railroad Museum welcomes close to 75,000 visitors every year. The space can be hired for private, business and social events, while field trips, nature walks, lectures, interactive sessions and workshops are all part of the superlative educational program. The artifacts include over 5000 reports, records, maps, old uniforms, clothing, negatives, photographs, tools and more.
See the Packers' legend captured in exhibits, shows, and memorabilia.
This is the largest exhibit of Oneida history and artifacts in the world and is one of the leading Native American museums in the world.
Come see two floors worth of changing history and science technology.
We are devoted to bringing educational experiences to school groups, daycare centers, day-camps, special needs students, home-school groups, youth groups and other educational institutions. All of our tours are developed with age appropriate activities. Students benefit by interacting with objects relevant to their daily studies. Teachers benefit by receiving pre/post visit materials and by meeting academic standards. Check the website for the constantly updated schedule of events.
The Masonic Temple was constructed in Appleton in 1923 and currently the building now houses the History Museum at the Castle. The museum exhibits chronicle the Fox River Valley history since the 1840s. And, owing to its historic importance, the building was added to the National Register of Historic Places.
This facility houses a large collection of Houdini displays and memorabilia.
Hands on exhibits for exploration and discovery.
Since February 2005, the Paper Discovery Center has been celebrating the art and science of paper through interactive and engaging educational programs, exhibits and activities.
The Hearthstone Historic House Museum was formerly a home that came into prominence owing to the fact that it was the first-ever house to be lit up by using hydroelectricity. This landmark was also included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, and is now open as a museum.
Nature center with arboretum and flower gardens.