On these two dates, the zoo will be open extended hours from 5pm – 8pm. Walk the pathways of the zoo or, for $3, take a horse drawn wagon ride through the Reforestation Camp trails. Kids can visit with Santa both evenings and parents can take advantage of the big savings at the Paws and Claws Gift Shop!
Regular admission rates apply:
- Kids under 2: Free
- Children 3-15: $4
- Adults 16+: $6
- Seniors (62+): $4
There will also be a Breakfast with Santa on December 14 at 8am. There is an additional charge for this event.
For more information on the NEW Zoo’s Holiday Fest (and Breakfast with Santa), click here.
The Neville Public Museum is hosting a Breakfast with Santa on Saturday, December 14 at 9am. The morning includes a breakfast buffet and a personal visit from ol’ St. Nick. All children will receive a wrapped present.
Cost is $12 for members and $14 for non-members. Kids age one and under are free. Advance registration is required.
For more information on the Neville’s Breakfast with Santa, click here.
- Children’s Museum of Green Bay Breakfast with the Gingerbread Man
- De Pere Holiday Open House
- Home Depot Kids Workshop
- Reel Movies for Real Needs: Frozen
- Festival of Lights at Lambeau Field
- Heritage Hill Spirit of Christmas Past
- Green Bay Botanical Garden WPS Garden of Lights
- A Hazelwood Holiday
These are just some of the events going on. Don’t forget to check the home page of Green Bay Consumer for more holiday fun ideas.
For events in the Fox Cities, be sure to check out Go Valley Kids.
There’s a way to get Packers tickets at face value and help a local charity at a same time!
Here’s how it works. The Boys And Girls Club of Green Bay receives donated pre-season and regular season tickets. They then sell those tickets and keep the monies they collect.
Obviously, the number of tickets the Boys and Girls Club receive for each game is different. And the prices vary as well.
For more information, call 920-494-7090 ext 1056 or visit the Boys & Girls Club of Green Bay website to find out more info.