Exploring Green Bay in September
If you love football, there’s no better place to be than at Green Bay in September. Our hometown team, the Packers are playing in Lambeau Field again! There’s something extra special this year because the Titletown District phase 1 is opening on September 15. It is a year-round park with a new football field open to the public and a playground with Packers’ themed installations. This development is another example of the special relationship between the Packers and Green Bay. The best way to experience the legendary football team history is to join a tour. You can take an air-conditioned trolley, or for something a little more unique, see Green Bay via a Segway. You’ll find all of these fabulous ideas and more are a great way to experience life in Green Bay. Reserve a room at centrally located Astor House Inn today.
September is High Time for Harvest Fest and Brew Fest
September is also harvest season around Green Bay. You can find plenty of fresh produce at the farmer’s markets in Green Bay. Best of all, several wineries are hosting harvest festivals. It’s a great opportunity to taste their wine, enjoy good food, and perhaps stomp some grapes. Costumes are optional. For beer drinkers, Brew at the Zoo on September 14 and Rails and Ales Brewfest on September 16 are two events that highlight craft beer and local foods for good causes. For the serious craft brew enthusiasts, the Northeast Wisconsin Craft Beer Festival will take place in Green Bay on October 7. Save the date!
Many Great Outdoor Events in Green Bay
September in Green Bay is also one of the best time for outdoor events. igNight Market is a traveling night market with local artisans, performing art shows, food and drinks. Their last market day this year will be on September 16 in the Broadway District in downtown. A few days later, on September 21, is the 20th anniversary of Taste On Broadway. If you are a regular to this event, you will need no further introduction. It’s the best place to sample local restaurants, which offer guests bite-size samples ranging from $1 to $5. Local breweries and wineries will so be on hand and ready to serve. Eat, drink, and be merry sums up this day.
As you can see, September is a wonderful month to be in Green Bay. Football fever is just beginning, and the wineries, breweries, and markets around town are winding down what has been an incredible season. Don’t miss out on the fun this September. Reserve your room at Astor House Bed and Breakfast today!