Green Bay Botanical Garden
Celebrate the enduring partnership between plants and people in over 47 acres of beautiful gardens and natural areas. Open all year, Green Bay Botanical Garden's display gardens capture the beauty of Northeastern Wisconsin's four distinct and wonderful seasons. Outstanding garden architecture sets the stage for an all-star performance by plants-perennials, roses, trees, shrubs, annuals, and more - specially chosen for their ability to thrive in the upper mid-west. Gardening classes and other educational programs, as well as a year-round calendar of special events provide additional opportunities to enjoy this wonderful recreational and educational resource.
Hours of Operation
January-April · Monday-Saturday · 9am-4pm. May · Daily · 9am-5pm. June-August · Daily · 9am-8pm. September-October · Daily 9am-5pm. November-December · Monday-Friday 9am-5pm.
In Green Bay, from Highway 41, take the Mason Street/Highway 54 exit. Go west on Mason to Packerland Drive, turn right. Turn left on Larsen Road.
- Disabled Access
Natural Attractions Type
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