Previously the site of the Larsen Orchard, the Green Bay Botanical Garden is a non-profit botanical garden opened in 1996. It is mostly known as a horticultural park and a venue for weddings, parties, and other celebrations thanks to its beautifully manicured grounds.
The Green Bay Botanical Garden features a series of areas in different themes. They have a Greek style Gazebo known as the Stumpf Belvedere, a well surrounded with a garden of annuals and herbs called the Schierl Wellhouse and Garden, a rose garden, a Scandinavian summerhouse, a winter garden, and a fountain area bordered with annuals and crabapples just to name a few.
Covering 47-acre worth of land, the Green Bay Botanical Garden is open all year round, although its daily schedule depends on the season.