Tours & destinations

Wisconsin is known for two things, beer & cheese!  Start your day with a great drive through the beautiful Kettle Moraine area of the state.  Your destination is Foxtown Brewery, one of the oldest and most historic brewery buildings in Wisconsin.

Built in 1857 as the Opitz Zimmerman Brewery, the architecture takes you back to a simpler time.  Exposed beams and stone walls welcome you to relax over a great meal.  One of the highlights of your day will be a tour of the lager caves.  This two-level cave structure, excavated beneath the main building, is one of the hidden gems of the area.

After an exceptional lunch and much telling of stories, some true and all embellished, we will depart for another great drive on the epic roads of southeast Wisconsin on our way back to Blue Harbor Resort.  Just don’t forget to pick up a six-pack to go of your new favorite Foxtown beer.  *Lunch and beverages are on your own* Check out: for more info.

Foxtown interior
Foxtown bar

Spend the morning on a scenic drive on some of the great driving roads of the area. Your destination is the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) Museum in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Located on the grounds of the famous AirVenture Fly-In that takes place every July. 

The EAA Aviation Museum is one of the world’s finest aviation attractions. Check out the collection of more than 200 historic airplanes along with world class galleries and displays, including the Eagle Hangar that pays tribute to WWII aviation and the heroes that served. 

The air racing display includes an outstanding collection of classic air racers including the 1938 Bugatti Model 100 Racer. Say the name Bugatti and race cars come to mind. Bugatti racers dominated the European racing scene in the 1920’s and 30’s, but the company also had an aviation.

Don’t miss the opportunity to tour this Wisconsin gem and experience the state’s beautiful scenery.

Enjoy this self-guided tour around beautiful Green Bay. Make your first stop the legendary Lambeau Field. Tour the most storied stadium in the NFL. Visit the Packers Hall of Fame while you’re there and see the Vince Lombardi trophies. Since 1921 the Packers have created a winning history in the smallest market in pro sports.

After Lambeau, stop at the National Railway Museum, one of the oldest and largest in the country with 70 pieces of rolling stock and 100,000+ artifacts, operating tracks and more. 

Still haven’t gotten your car fix? Then, plan a stop at The Automobile Gallery where “The Automobile is the Art.”

One of the best kept secrets of the area are the many wineries, distilleries, and breweries. Slow down after a busy week by sampling a well-deserved  libation at one of the many local establishments.