Neenah is a city in Winnebago County, Wisconsin, in the north central United States. It is situated on the banks of Lake Winnebago, Little Lake Butte des Morts, and the Fox River, approximately forty miles (60 km) southwest of Green Bay.
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4.5 based on 75 reviews
Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass is an accredited art museum located in the Fox Cities region of Wisconsin, 200 miles north of Chicago. The art museum opened 1959 to house the most representative collection of glass paperweights in the world and now holds three additional glass collections including, antique Germanic drinking vessels, Victorian art glass and contemporary studio glass. The museum focuses all exhibitions and educational programs on glass. The Glass Studio at Bergstrom-Mahler Museum offers public instruction in flame working and kiln-formed glass making techniques throughout the year for youth and adults. Thanks to our generous founders and current donors there is free, general admission for everyone.
Stopped by after a visit to Barlow Planetarium. It had a beautiful collection of paperweights and glass art. Many of the pieces were behind glass so it was accessible to families but I would not bring very young children there.Thanks for the five-star. We're glad you enjoyed the visit. We do welcome people of all ages and have an I-Spy game to keep kids entertained, and yes, very young children may be more entertained across the street on the playground.
4.5 based on 28 reviews
We provide hands-on experience to educate children and adults about farm animals through guided tours of the farm. You'll have a chance to milk a cow, ride a pony, enjoy a hayride and more! Spring and Summer visitors receive a free souvenir. Fall guest visit the Pumpkin Patch to pick their own free pumpkin.
Great place to see a lot of animals. Plenty of baby ducks, chicks and kittens. You can see plenty of old farm equipment and there are a lot of hands on activities. It is a little expensive if you have 3 or more people in your family going. The only down fall was the hayride out to get your pumpkin. You have to carry your pumpkins up a huge hill along with anything else you already had in your arms. They could use some high school kids down there to help out. Then you have to put them in a wagon and pull it back to the main area on a gravel road. They should have two wagons running one to take you out and one to bring people back. Other than that it was a great experience. The food, muffins and caramel apples were wonderful and we all got to milk a cow! The staff is extremely helpful and friendly.
4.5 based on 30 reviews
The Reserve has great wooden planked hiking trails in a beautiful woods and pond areas. It is also home to four or so white tail deer that blend right in with the wooded background. The trails are well maintained. The nature center has beautiful displays of local fauna and offers regular nature-related activities and workshops.
4.5 based on 296 reviews
The Fox City PAC is an amazing facility in the heart of downtown Appleton. For a town of its size, it rivals almost all other similar venues in the state. We have been there multiple times for plays, musicals, concerts and speakers. There is virtually no bad seat in the house and the staff is always friendly. Parking can be a bit tricky near the PAC but it's easy to park on a side street and walk over. Centrally located near restaurants and bars for a stop before or after. The offerings are better than almost all other state venues often getting national tours before other locations in the state. It is a great place to catch a show or a concert.
5 based on 38 reviews
Located on the harbor in Neenah, take in all the beauty from the waterside path that circles the park. Enjoy a beautiful sunset as the sailboats peacefully rest in the forefront. View the historic homes that surround the park and picture what life must have been like in the early 1900's. Enjoy family picnic and let the kids play on the popular Rocket playground. Take in the hometown feeling that Neenah is all about.
4.5 based on 111 reviews
Our team will create the best entertainment experience in Wisconsin, so that every guest walks away with a smile and the desire to return!
A great place for a great evening. Great seating options and affordable. Good food & drinks available. Nice entertainment and great areas for kids to run & play. Recently remodeled and added on to increase seating. Great structural steel Drawn by CompuSteel Detailing Inc.
4.5 based on 21 reviews
The Barlow Planetarium at the University of Wisconsin-Fox Valley opened to the public on March 20, 1998.This is a world-class facility for 3-D excitement, giant full-color special effects and crystal-clear, five-channel, 10,000 watt THX surround sound.The Barlow Planetarium has a 48-foot projection dome and seats 98 people, with four additional spaces for wheelchair access.An Evans and Sutherland Digistar II® star projector recreates a realistic night sky and 3-D effects which pull the audience into a virtual world.Interactive keypads at each seat allow audiences to get involved in performances.Cutting-edge Sky Skan® video projection and automation systems make this planetarium state-of-the-art.
A VERY Unique activity .. Truly Enjoyed . Check out their facebook page.. SO Cool to do something Different b4 Halloween with a 6 yr old !
4.5 based on 36 reviews
Great place to relax...have a couple of drinks and a sandwich. We split the Rueben Sandwich. It was huge...more than enough for the 2 of us. The Old-Fashion I had was wonderful!
4.5 based on 128 reviews
The Building for Kids Children's Museum's mission is to empower children, engage parents and energize communities. We accomplish our mission by providing specially designed exhibits, programs and events. Our goal is to inspire, teach and reinforce curiosity.
Our favorite storybook character visited the museum. They had coloring activities after the book reading. He loved every minute of it. He also loved playing in the 3 year old and under area. It's gated off so you don't have to worry about your little one running away from you. Great place for my almost 2 year old.
4.5 based on 17 reviews
The official minerology and geology museum of the state of Wisconsin.
I've used that title before, because it fits several smaller gems we have in the area. This museum, though small, has an outstanding collection of gems and the geologic timeline of Wisconsin exhibit is well presented and laid out. Sure, it is heavy science at times and may be tough for pre-teens to absorb and appreciate, but so what! Take them anyway and give them the opportunity to listen to the knowledgeable and very well spoken guides this place has on staff. More that worth the nominal entrance fee and if you tie it on with a Planetarium visit, it's like a little bonus.
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