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Wednesday July 10 | 5-7 pm

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The world-famous Budweiser Clydesdales march into Green Bay in mid-July making stops across the city during their stay.

The eight-horse hitch will be harnessed to the iconic turn-of-the-century beer wagon at Green Bay Botanical Garden from 5-7 pm on Wednesday, July 10 (Full Hitch).

The horses will be hitched in the Garden’s parking lot before entering the Schneider Family Grand Garden and taking a trip on the paved path. Guests will have opportunities to take photos as the handlers share more information about the horses and guide them throughout the space.

Advance Tickets Required | Limited Tickets Available

$5 per Individual
$20 per Family (2 adults and children 17 & under in the household or grandchildren)

The Garden will close to the General Public at 3 pm.
Ticket holders can enter through our outdoor check-in area in the Garden’s parking lot starting at 5 pm.

The horses will be loaded up for transport starting at 7 pm. The Garden closes at 8 pm.

The Garden will feature a small concessions area with snacks and both alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages. No beverage carry-ins allowed.

Guests can park in the Garden’s main lot (bays 1-3) and in nearby overflow lots within walking distance. Bays four and five will be closed for the unloading and loading of the horses.

Other Appearances

Thursday, July 11 | 4-6 pm

Festival Foods De Pere (One Horse Show)

Friday, July 12 | 5-7 pm

Stadium District Beer Deliveries Holmgren Way (Full Hitch)

Saturday, July 13 | 4-6 pm

Pearly Gates Veterans Benefit (Full Hitch)

Sunday, July 14 | 1-3 pm

Howard Commons Activity Complex (One Horse Show)

About the Clydesdales

The Clydesdales’ appearances in Green Bay are one of hundreds made annually by three teams of traveling hitches based out of operational headquarters located at the St. Louis Brewery in Missouri. Brought to the U.S. in the mid-1800s as draft horses used for farm work, Clydesdales today are used primarily for breeding and show.

The Clydesdales have been the mascot of Anheuser-Busch since 1933, when a team of these majestic horses was presented to August A. Busch Sr. to celebrate the repeal of Prohibition. Nearly 90 years later, the celebrity horses are staples of fairs, festivals, and sporting events. Most notably, the Clydesdales have marched in two presidential inauguration parades.

Clydesdale Facts

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