Land River & Lambeau

GET YOUR HANDS ON HISTORY! It’s Another Spectacular Time & Place Trip
“Land, River & Lambeau” ~ Green Bay Behind The Scenes…

You will: Trace the area’s history from the Ice Age to the Superbowls at the Neville Public Museum which has one of the state’s largest history, art and science collections.

Enjoy great food and ethnic delights at iconic Green Bay restaurants such as The River Room (on the Fox River), Krolls (next to Lambeau Field), The Rite Place (Have you had Booyah?) , and Titletown Brewery Company (National Register Historic site).

See the beautiful immigrant churches and cathedral in the historic downtown.Tour the “Grandest Courthouse in the West.” Explore the Oneida Nation Reservation and its museum which houses the largest exhibit of Oneida History and Artifacts in the World.

 Cruise the famed Fox on board the Foxy Lady.

Experience the best tour of the famous Lambeau Field available, shop at the Packers Pro Shop, and try a “Lambeau Leap” at the Packers Hall of Fame.

 Visit Hazelwood Historic House where Morgan Martin directed the drafting of Wisconsin’s Constitution in 1847. Enjoy special living history tours of the beautiful, Heritage Hill State Historical Park with its historic church, Belgium Farm, and 23 other historic buildings that represent 4 centuries of Northeastern Wisconsin’s heritage. Discover the largest exhibit of Oneida artifacts and history in the world.

The tour involves walking and the ability to board a bus independently. The tour is conducted in English.

 This tour is a MUST for you and your friends. We accept non-Wisconsin residents with joy! FRIENDS members receive a reduced rate and the benefits of membership. Please plan to join us.

Transportation…Your action-packed three day tour departs from southeast side of Madison (Dutch Mill Park and Ride) on Monday morning September 13th at 7:30am; and returns there Wednesday evening, September 15th at 7:30pm.

 Our Badger Motor Coach is equipped with air conditioning, comfortable seats, tidy on-board restroom, on board entertainment and a friendly and professional driver named Pete. Our coach will also provide transportation between the various sites in Green Bay. Registration Fee Cost includes motorcoach transportation (including fuel) driver, site charges, entrance fees, accommodations, special speakers or presentations, and ALL meals, except snacks and Wednesday dinner.

Lodging…Accommodations will be at the Holiday Inn City Centre, Green Bay, located onthe east bank of the Fox River. Rooms have two queen-sized beds and are equipped with free highspeed internet access. The hotel also offers a fitness center, indoor pool, whirlpool, and saun

Reserve September 13 through 15th, 2010 for you, your friends, family, and acquaintances to be included on this historic and educational three-day, two-night trip.

Legend has it that in 1634, just 14 years after the Pilgrim’s landing at Plymouth Rock, Jean Nicolet became the first white man to step onto the shores of Green Bay, claiming this territory for “civilized” France.

However, with its beauty and rich resources, Green Bay had already been inhabited by complex cultures for many centuries. And through peace and war, this cultural invasion has continued for over 370 years, creating the exciting, diverse and historic community that is the destination of the FRIENDS of the Wisconsin Historical Society 2010 Connections in Time and Place bus tour.

 Click on the registratin form below and print it out, fill out and mail to Laura Craner, 407 N. Rochester St. Mukwonago, WI  53149. Call Laura with questions: 262-363-2225.


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