We’ve carefully crafted our group tours based on detailed research, passion for local food and history and dedication to bringing you the very best that each destination has to offer.

Don’t see a package that’s exactly right for you? Don’t worry. C&M Presents works closely with your group to design a custom package and itinerary to suit your group’s needs. We’ll handle every detail for your trip, including lodging, meals, admissions and more, providing one fee per person to streamline and simplify the process for booking your group event.

We can handle all your lodging accommodations and meal arrangements, as well as entrances and admissions for everything on the itinerary, including gratuities. When we present you the per person price for your trip, it is truly all inclusive. The only things your guests will be responsible for are incidental charges they incur. Part of our service is accompanying the group during the trip, serving as your advance person each day, guaranteeing a smooth running itinerary. C&M also handles all the billing, so you only have one payment to make for the entire trip – making it worry free for you and your guests!

Booking your trip through C&M Presents is a great way to ensure your group is getting an experience no one else in the area can deliver. We always put unique twists on our excursions so they are not just another “cookie cutter” tour. We promise to make your experience in Northeastern Wisconsin memorable and fun, and one your guests will be talking about for years to come!

To book a corporate or group tour, please contact Sue at info@candmpresents.com or (920) 471-7951.

Rails, Sails, and Ales

A new Riverboat has made its way to the Fox River and you can be among the first to cruise on it with this VERY special package! 

Pricing: $75 per person

Package available weekdays from June through October. Includes all fees, admissions, taxes and gratuities.

Be one of the first groups to cruise the Fox River on the marvelous River Tyme, after making her debut in the spring of 2016. The steel-hulled riverboat, first christened in 1953 as the Lummus Rose, has been brought to Wisconsin after spending many years touring the Finger Lakes of Upstate New York. Completely restored to her original glory, she will take your guests back in time to explore the history of our waterways while enjoying the beautiful banks of the Fox River. The River Tyme will be recounting the history of the waterways in our area, and how they led to Green Bay’s commercial success and establishment as a territory.

The riverboat is the cornerstone of our “Rails, Sails and Ales” package, which also includes a visit to the National Railroad Museum. Led by a knowledgeable guide, guests will tour the galleries and exhibits and end in the spectacular Lenfesty Center where locomotives that shaped U.S. railroad history are housed.

Food and Ale are prominent throughout this tour and lunch at one of our fantastic partner restaurants is included. The day concludes with a beer tasting at one of Green Bay’s new tap rooms.

Package includes:

  • Fox River Cruise on “River Tyme”

  • Guided tour of the National Railroad Museum

  • Lunch at a partner restaurant

  • Beer tasting at one of our new tap rooms

  • Snacks for the ride home

  • Commemorative Gift

99 Years of Packers History

The rich history of the Green Bay Packers is best appreciated by visiting Lambeau Field in person!                                                                                           

Pricing: $69 per person

Package available year round except on days prior to, and of, Packer Home Games. Includes all fees, admissions, taxes and gratuities. 

Our ever-popular Green Bay Packers tour is a favorite for first-time as well as repeat visitors to Lambeau Field. There is always something new and exciting to talk about with the Packers, and this year is no different. On the advent of their centennial, we have another exciting tour that immerses visitors into our football culture and the nearly 100 year love affair between Green Bay and its football team.

Your day begins with a tour of Green Bay, hearing the history and tradition of the Packers franchise on a guided excursion of the Packers Heritage Trail. More than 25 spots in and around Green Bay will be featured to paint a picture of life in early Green Bay when Curly Lambeau decided to start a football club that would become a world-wide legend.

The tour concludes at Lambeau Field with the Champions Tour, taking guests to the far reaches of the stadium to see the most recent updates. Lunch in the brand new 1919 restaurant follows, featuring some of the best Wisconsin-made products on their all-star menu, served in a historic, vintage atmosphere. After lunch, you’ll explore the brand new, state of the art, Packers Hall of Fame where you can glimpse the famed, 5 story, chromed Lombardi Trophy. Guests will not want to leave without a visit to the 21,000 square-foot Packer Pro Shop to pick up game day essentials and gifts. Before departing, everyone will receive a special gift to commemorate their day!

Package Includes:

  • 90-minute narrated tour of Packers Heritage Trail

  • 90-minute Champions Tour of Lambeau Field

  • Lunch at 1919

  • Tour of the All-New Packers Hall of Fame

  • Pro Shop Visit

  • Commemorative Gift

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From Vine to Wine

A Tour of the Niagara Escarpment - For Wine Lovers

Pricing: $65 per person

Package available on most Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays from June to October. Must be 21 to participate in tastings. Includes all admissions, fees, taxes and gratuities. 

One of our most popular group tours, Vine to Wine takes guests on a tour of the “Napa Valley” of the Midwest. The Niagara Escarpment is a designated wine, grape-growing region running through Northeast Wisconsin.

Three local vineyards and wineries have teamed up to provide an educational, viticultural experience exclusively for C&M Presents that most people think one would have to fly to California, or Italy to receive. Our experience is just a short motor coach ride away and a LOT less costly. The day begins at Trout Springs Vineyard, Winery and Fish Hatchery for a geography lesson (and tasting of course!). Guests gain in-depth knowledge about the Niagara Escarpment and how its geology has created a boon to the grape growing industry in Northeastern Wisconsin.

Then, it is off to a rustic lodge nestled in the Wisconsin countryside for a cooking class with Chef Susan Beno and an amazing lunch in this cozy setting. The next stop takes guests to Algoma for a tasting and tour at the legendary Von Stiehl Winery. You will hear the history of their building and taste the amazing portfolio of wines they have developed over the years on the shores of Lake Michigan.

The final stop of the day is at Parallel 44 Vineyard and Winery. There you will taste award-winning wines while walking through the rolling Tuscan-like vineyards, learning their perspective on growing grapes and making wine in our region. Guests will leave with a wonderful gift and memories of a leisurely day in the beautiful vineyards of Northeastern Wisconsin. 

Package Includes:

  • Tour and Tasting at Trout Springs Vineyard, Winery & Trout Hatchery

  • Cooking Class with Susan Beno

  • Lunch at Woodier Lodge from a pre-set menu with beverage & dessert

  • Tour & Tasting at Von Stiehl Winery

  • Tour & Tasting at Parallel 44 Vineyard and Winery

  • Commemorative Gift

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Green Bay Historical Experience

Find out the history of Green Bay, our waterways and railways in this interactive, educational opportunity.

Pricing: $61 per person

Offered on select dates May-October. Includes all admissions, fees, taxes and gratuities. 

Green Bay was the first city established in Wisconsin and our rich history has ties throughout the state. Our location on the inland waterways and connection to the Great Lakes, along with our extensive railroad system, set Green Bay up early on to be a major industrial city. As early as the 1600’s, Green Bay was a settlement with influence from missionaries, fur traders and Native Americans. All of these cultures blended together to weave the tapestry we celebrate in Northeast Wisconsin.

We invite you to take a trip back in time and learn the early history of the area. Guests will begin their day at the Neville Museum with a look at the exhibits on the early settlers of Green Bay. Afterward, the group moves to Historic Hazelwood, the Victorian home of Morgan L. Martin, Green Bay’s founder. A docent led tour of the home will share the family history. Then, the docent will hop on board your motor coach to offer an architectural and historical tour of the neighborhood and homes of other early settlers.

Guests will then move to lunch at one of our partner restaurants to enjoy a delicious meal from a limited menu selection with dessert and beverage. After that, it’s off to “If Tombstones Could Talk”, an actor-led tour of one of our cemeteries where grave sites of our most prominent settlers are located. Actors from the Historical Society portray our founding mothers and fathers, providing insight into their lives and events in which they experienced.

Guests will be served a snack on the bus as they travel to the National Railroad Museum for their final stop of the day. There, they will be guided through the history of railroads in our area and find out how they were integral in putting Green Bay on the industrial map of our country.

Package Includes:

  • Admission to Neville Museum

  • Docent guided tour of Hazelwood Historic House

  • Lunch at Partner Restaurant

  • "If Tombstones Could Talk" Presentation

  • Tour of National Railroad Museum with train ride

  • Snack on bus

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Beyond Brown County

Let C&M Presents take you beyond the borders of Brown County to explore neighboring regions on a day trip or multi-day tour.

In addition to assisting groups with day trips in our immediate area, C&M Presents is proud to offer day trips and extended trips beyond the Brown County borders for groups that want to see more of what Northeastern Wisconsin has to offer.

Door County – Our neighbor to the North has an amazing array of adventures that provide guests with spectacular vistas, delicious food, quaint villages, unique shopping, roadside markets, lighthouses and maritime history. C&M can help you plan the perfect Door County adventure. We have a variety of one-day and multi-day itineraries in place that offer the best of Door County. When you call to book your tour, we’ll take those itineraries and tweak them to create a tailor-made itinerary that will be a perfect fit for your guests. We will always consider the time of year you are travelling to get you the best rates and include perfect stops for the season.

Central Lake Shore – Just to our East, the cities of Algoma, Sheboygan, Manitowoc and Kohler have an incredible array of opportunities guests are sure to enjoy. Wineries, maritime lore, history, shops and food stops abound on the shores of Lake Michigan! C&M Presents has several itineraries built for guests that want to see the beauty of the Lake Michigan shoreline and its surrounding area. A short drive from Green Bay, you may want to consider adding an additional day on to your itinerary to take in our lakeshore treasures. We’ll plan some unique experiences for you that will make your trip memorable.

Milwaukee Area – The Milwaukee area has an amazing history and culture that fascinates visitors from all over the country. Our Fantastic Finds Food Tours take you to Milwaukee and dip you into that history through culinary expeditions. We offer food tours to all different areas of Milwaukee, taking in not only the restaurants, but also shops,production facilities of some of the major retailers in the Midwest, local attractions and festivals that highlight the best of the season. Consider taking a day trip to Milwaukee with C&M Presents and let us show you the incredible, edible side of Milwaukee! 

Booking Multi-Day Adventures in Northeast Wisconsin: If your group is looking to book an extended trip in our area, C&M Presents is your one-stop shopping destination to plan your tour. We can put together an itinerary custom designed for your travelers. Since we work with the best partners in the area, be assured we will tailor a package for your group that will give you the best pricing and value.


Let Me Be Frank Productions

Featuring some of the best musicians in the Midwest in hilarious musical comedies for almost two decades!

Tickets Only: $25 per person ($28 for Christmas Show) 

  • 2 comp tickets for groups of 20 or more (savings of over $4 per ticket – with no individual service fees)

Ticket and Lunch Package: $50 per person ($53 for Christmas Show)

  • Lunch at one of our many partner restaurants

  • Premium seating for performance

  • Commemorative Gift from the day

  • 2 comp packages for groups of 20 or more (savings of over $15 per person – with no individual service fees)

“Let Me Be Frank” is back once again with a full array of new musical comedies to entertain and delight audiences from all over the Midwest. This years’ lineup covers everything from “Kewaunee County Pickers” to “Rattle Those Pots & Pans Mirro Style.” Frank’s annual Christmas Show always provides fun and frivolity for the whole family, winding holiday favorites around a local storyline. It’s a great show that has groups coming back year after year! The hilarious shows incorporate some of your favorite songs from decades gone by to provide the best entertainment in town. We have paired up with Frank once again to offer discounted tickets for your group for any performance. Call us for a complete show schedule and to secure a date for your group.

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Sister Adele, St. Norbert & St. Joseph

Perfect for church groups, history buffs, art lovers and architecture enthusiasts. 

Pricing: $45 per person

Package available on most Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays. Subject to availability. Includes all admissions, fees, taxes and gratuities. 

If you book tours for Church groups or those interested in religious history and architecture, a trip to the Green Bay area is a must. The first stop on this journey is the Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help in Champion. The Shrine has become internationally recognized since the Bishop, in 2010, decreed it the very first and only site in the United States of an approved apparition of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

The second stop on the journey is at the magnificent St. Norbert Abbey in DePere. Reminiscent of the abbeys and churches in Europe, the Norbertine Abbey and surrounding grounds are a magnificent site. The stained glass, history, artifacts and architecture are amazing. One of the Norbertines will give an inside tour to a facility few people are able to access.

Our final stop lies across the river, at St. Norbert College, which is led by the Norbertine order.  There we will visit Old St. Joe’s Church and the National Shrine of St. Joseph, recognized by the Vatican in 1892. Guests will enjoy lunch at one of our partner restaurants and a commemorative gift to remember their experience during this unique journey.

Package Includes:

  • Tour of the Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help in Champion Visit St. Norbert Abbey with a Norbertine.

  • Visit to the National Shrine of St. Joseph at St. Norbert College

  • Lunch at Partner Restaurant

  • Commemorative Gift


Ghostbusting Green Bay Style!

Celebrate that spooky time of year that brings out the kid in all of us - ghosts, goblins, tricks & treats!

Pricing: $57 per person

Offered on select dates September through October. Includes all admissions, fees, taxes and gratuities. 

Our Halloween package is filled with the best of the season for your guests, and lets them become a ghostbuster for a day. Consider making it a mystery tour for even more spooky fun! Our ghostbusting starts in Algoma with a wine tasting and tour of the catacombs at Von Stiehl Winery. Guests will hear stories of ghost hunters, employees and others that have come to the winery and discoveries they have made – a great way to set the stage for the day!

Then it’s on to Green Bay to do some touring in one of our local cemeteries for “If Tombstones Could Talk”. Actors from the Brown County Historical Society portray our founding fathers and mothers telling stories of early Green Bay. Lunch at the Black & Tan restaurant in the Bellin Building is next where the ghost of Dr. Julius Bellin may or may not appear during your elevator ride!

The day continues with some more “ghostbusting” as guests tour downtown Green Bay with “Charles, Charles” on a guided ghost tour exploring the lore of some of our famous buildings. Then, it’s on to make your own caramel apple at Beernsten’s Candy and do some shopping for all the little goblins on your list! We’ll also supply some treats – no tricks – for guests to enjoy throughout the day as they tour, taste and enjoy their spooky day in Green Bay. 

Package Includes:

  • Tasting and Ghost Tour of Von Stiehl Winery

  • Lunch at Black and Tan

  • "If Tombstones Could Talk" presentation in local cemetery

  • Make your own caramel apple at Beerntsens candy

  • Green Bay Ghost Tour

  • Treats throughout the day


Holiday in the Bay

Green Bay offers many ways to ring in the season - spend some holiday time with us and enjoy the sights, sounds & tastes of the holidays this year.

Pricing: $67 per person

Offered on select dates in November and December. Includes all admissions, fees, taxes and gratuities.

No one knows what your guests want better than you – and there are so many ways to ring in the holidays in Green Bay. We thought the best way to create the perfect holiday package for your tour is to let you “order off the menu”! We have put together a special menu of holiday selections from which to choose. Maybe it’s a “Shop Til You Drop” package or an “Old Fashioned Holiday” theme. All you need to do is call in your order to Sue and she’ll serve it up on a platter full of fun, food and festivities … with a side of holly and ivy. No matter what you select, C&M Presents will make it a memorable holiday experience!

Add One Larger Element:

  • Botanical Garden of Lights - voted one of the Top 3 light displays in Wisconsin

  • Holiday Cooking Class

  • Tour of National Railroad Museum and their Festival of Trees

  • Beer Tasting at one of our new Tap Rooms

Add Two Final Touches:

  • Shopping at Packer Pro Shop

  • Shopping at Cabela's

  • Chocolate Shop Stop

  • Cooks Corner Visit

  • Taylor Creek Shopping

All Packages Includes these Two Core Elements:

  • Lunch at Partner Restaurant

  • Ticket to "Let Me Be Frank" Christmas Show at the Meyer Theatre

Add Two of these Extra Elements:

  • Wine Tasting at Captain's Walk

  • Visit "Dickens on Display" at Historic Hazelwood

  • Special Treat for Bus Ride

  • Green Bay Holidays Through the Years at the Neville Museum


Oneida Nation Tour

Explore the history, tradition and culture of the Oneida Nation on this fascinating tour of agriculture, architecture and music.

Pricing: $75 per person

Offered May-October. Includes all admissions, fees, taxes and gratuities. 

The Oneida Nation of Wisconsin, the people of the Standing Stone, have a rich history in Northeast Wisconsin. Now, with this special tour, you can take a look inside their culture by touring the Oneida Nation with a step on guide narrating the area with several interesting stops.

Guests will find out about Oneida agricultural history, and what they offer today by touring the Buffalo Ranch and Apple Orchard. Then it’s a look inside the spiritual traditions of the Oneida with a stop at the Old Stone Church. Still active today, this 100 year old church has served Oneida residents throughout its long history in our area.

Another stop takes guests to the Cultural Center which houses several points of interest on the grounds: the Veterans Memorial Wall; the Longhouse Project where visitors can see a life size Longhouse develop and learn about life of the Oneida before they migrated to our area; Log Homes – a restoration project of 100 year old structures.

A guided tour of the Oneida Nation Museum will take guests through the hands-on area, then on a walk down surrounding trails before they visit the Three Sisters Garden. Inside they will view some Oneida arts and crafts and see original Iroquois artwork.

Lunch at one of our partner restaurants is included, along with a shopping stop at the Tsyunhehkwa Market, where guests can purchase many products produced by the tribe in the Cannery and on the Farms. This tour is educational and entertaining, and will provide guests a look into the magnificent tradition of the Oneida Nation. It is great for guests any time of the year, but particularly in the fall, as travelers will experience fall’s finest colors as they traverse the Oneida region.


  • Dance Exhibition from the Oneida Dancers: the dancers bring history to life with their elaborate costumes and spirited dances.