Explore the Packers Heritage Trail
The Packers Heritage Trail can be explored by foot, by bike, by car or by trolley
Experience by Foot
The City Walk of the Packers Heritage Trail has a number of sites located in the downtown area of Green Bay that tell the story of the Green Bay Packers. 14 plaques are located downtown in which are walk-able. An additional three City Walk plaques and four Packing Plant Spur plaques are not too far from the downtown area, these can be accessed by driving to plaque locations.
The City Walk starts at the Neville Public Museum, 210 Museum Place and ends at the Former North Western Depot at 200 S. Dousman St.
View the entire trail map here.
Experience by Bike
The bikers love the Packers Heritage Trail with many of the plaques located near bike paths in the Green Bay area.
The Packing Plant Spur and Lambeau-Lombardi Spur offer great options for those that would like to bike the trail.
Experience by Car
Near the majority of the trail sites, parking is available. Visitors can certainly drive to all the plaque locations with the exception of the plaques located on bike paths.
Experience by Trolley
At various times throughout the year, trolley tours are offered for the Heritage Trail. Private trolley tours may also be booked for groups. Contact group sales at firstname.lastname@example.org.