Bay Beach Amusement Park
Bay Beach Amusement Park is a city owned park that has been serving the Green Bay community for more than a hundred years. We have 18 rides that will accomodate all ages. The ride tickets are 25 cents and there is free parking.
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Great Amusement Park - no entry fee - pay per ride, and most rides are under $1 (donated to the city, and stipulated tickets cant be more than .25 cents)
Amusement park and picnic and swimming area. Lost cost rides and concessions. Great family fun
This is our local amusement park that is fun for all ages! Ride the roller coaster or have fun enjoying the scenic view right on the bay!
A must visit for ‘kids’ of all ages! Bay Beach has always been a local favorite ~ the rides are exceptionally cheap, reasonably priced concessions are available, & it’s clean!
Fun place for the whole family and Kids love it!!! Roller Coaster and more!
“Beautiful views and wifelife refuge. Free to the public. Corn to feed the birds can be purchased. ”
“If you like your history then you will love this 48 acre park in Green Bay that sits nestled on the east bank of the Fox River. Aside from the lush parkland, the big draw here is the heritage village which is made up of twenty five restored buildings that date back to the 17th century and are dotted all over the park. Friendly guides in period garb will help you to feel the part even more and highlights here include live demonstrations by printers and blacksmiths. There is even a fur trader’s cabin that dates from the 19th century.”
“Even if it isn’t game day, Lambeau is a must visit for any football fan! They offer stadium tours and be sure to check out the pro shop. ”
“Beautiful walk through garden that is the perfect place for a couple's date! ”
“Dating back to 1958, the National Railroad Museum has a mission to preserve and promote the history of railroad travel in the United States, and to that end has an impressive collection of over 70 engines and carriages. There are also static displays such as photographs and railroad memorabilia and there are also educational films for visitors to enjoy. As if that wasn’t enough, you can go for fun rides on the “Thomas the Tank Engine” railway ride that chugs around the museum. Definitely if you like locomotives then this is the place to come, and there are also a selection of famous pieces that date from the steam engine era that enthusiasts will love.”