Brown County is rich in history, industry, agriculture, entertainment, and much more. It is composed of 13 townships, nine villages and two cities, of which Green Bay is the largest. This is one of the most progressive and rapidly growing counties in Wisconsin while still retaining some of the most beautiful and charming residential suburbs.
Green Bay holds the distinction for being nicknamed “Titletown, U.S.A.” because of their domination of professional football throughout the 1960’s. Packer football has been synonymous with leadership, talent, and winning. The vibrant multi-acre Titletown District features park and plaza space, restaurants, brewery and daily recreation opportunities, including ice skating, tubing, concerts and outdoor games.
Brown County boasts numerous tourism attractions which include: Heritage Hill State Park, N.E.W. Zoo, The National Railroad Museum, the Packer Football Hall of Fame, Bay Beach Amusement Park, Weidner Center for the Performing Arts, the Green Bay Community Theatre, the Neville Public Museum, Hazelwood Historical House Museum, and many more!
Learn more about Brown County:
• Discover Green Bay
• Your Move Green Bay | Green Bay Living | Explore Green Bay
• Brown County Profile