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Green Bay, Downtown intro. Green Bay, Wisconsin, may be the oldest settlement in the Midwestern United States but, today, this city overlooking Lake Michigan is most famous for its American football team, the Packers. Several city streets are named after former Packers players and coaches, the Packers Hall of Fame is among the most popular attractions, and football season is the busiest time of year for Green Bay City Center hotels. Watching the fans and their distinctive 'cheeseheads' at Lambeau Field may be a spectacle in itself, but football is not the only local attraction. More than 70 rail cars and locomotives are displayed at the National Railroad Museum. Most shops, restaurants, art galleries and other cultural facilities are located in the Broadway District overlooking the Fox River. Visitors may hike or ski along the 10kms of trails at the Bay Beach Wildlife Sanctuary or take a horse-drawn carriage ride through Green Bay's biggest park. Even more wildlife is housed within the Northeastern Wisconsin Zoo, otherwise known as the New Zoo.