Green Bay Sights and Landmarks Guide, Wisconsin
Green Bay with one of its own kind sights
Green Bay is one of the most beautiful cities of Brown County in the United States of Wisconsin. This city is nestled at the top of its namesake Green Bay- a Lake Michigan basin by the side of the River Fox’s mouth. It is the main city of the Green Bay Metropolitan Statistical Area- a metropolitan area, which covers Kewaunee, Oconto and Brown counties.
Green Bay city is a seaport. In addition, Green Bay houses the Neville Public Museum and the National Railroad Museum with the displays of history, science and art, as well as the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.
When it comes to visiting the religion centres in Green Bay, the municipality is the prime seat of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Green Bay and the Cathedral of Saint Francis Xavier church is called the mother church of Diocese. Diocese is within the vicinity of Archdiocese of Milwaukee. Besides, the famous Saint Joseph Oratory plays a major role in exhibiting Green Bay.
Green Bay is also popular for its famous historic attractions and cultural places. Green Bay includes art galleries, historical sites, museums, interpretive centres, theatre companies, orchestras plus auditoriums and theatres. One of the most visited in Green Bay is the heritage hill state historic park. This park has four various regions covering the entire Green Bay’s history, from 1600’s up to the 20th century. Numerous historic structures and buildings are situated on the site in addition to the re-enactments and the theme days, which are a section of the park.
In addition, the Green Bay Symphony Orchestra has been entertaining the Packer Country since 1914 with the classical music productions. A number of performances run all year along with exclusive outdoor events. Green Bay also has arenas and stadiums as well as water parks, worth visiting.
Talking about transportation, Green Bay is served via the Lake Superior rail road and Escanaba. The Amtrak expansion is a division of Midwest Regional Rail Project to Green Bay and will follow the route starting from Milwaukee via Oshkosh, Appleton and Fond du Lac. This city also has its individual mass transit network called the Green Bay Metro previously known as the Green Bay Transit. In addition, the city is linked to four main highways.
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