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  • Bergstrom-Mahler Museum
    Bergstrom-Mahler Museum
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  • Bergstrom-Mahler Museum
    Bergstrom-Mahler Museum
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  • Lake Winnebago
    Lake Winnebago
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Neenah Things to Do

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    by alvi21 Written May 13, 2008

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    Situated on the lakefront of Lake Winnebago, the Bergstrom-Mahler Museum houses one of the world's largest collection of glass paperweights. In addition to glass paperweights, other items in the Museum's collections include Germanic glassware, Victorian glassware, and contemporary glassware. Changing exhibits are also featured on an on-going basis. Admission to the Museum is free.

    Bergstrom-Mahler Museum
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    • Museum Visits
    • Arts and Culture

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    by alvi21 Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    The Valley Transit buses run within Neenah and also between Neenah and Menasha, Grand Chute, and Appleton. Buses run hourly so it is rather inconvenient if you miss your bus. There is no bus service on Sundays. All buses have bike racks on the front. You must be trained and certified (for a fee of $2.00) to use the bike racks on the buses. All in all, you would be better off driving than relying on public transportation to get around in the Fox Cities.

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    by Packerman Written Oct 5, 2002

    Is there any other way but driving in the USA?
    Recommended travel around the city via an old Omega with an interior ceiling like a big top circus tent and a Maxell 'Summer Hits' radio tape booming out
    of the one-good speaker in the car. Summer Hits tape must include the songs- 'Monkey' by George Michel, 'Pour some sugar on me' by Def Leppard, and an obscure song from Roachford.

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Neenah Off The Beaten Path

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    by alvi21 Written May 13, 2008

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    Originally an old abandoned railway trestle, the Trestle Trail Friendship Bridge was converted into a path for pedestrians and cyclists, connecting the City of Menasha with the Town of Menasha (part of which is Neenah). The 0.8-mile Trestle Trail, which spans Little Lake Butte des Morts, is a popular recreational destination where people go to stroll, jog, cycle, fish, or simply to enjoy being outdoors, especially on a sunny summer's day.

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    • Fishing
    • Cycling
    • Hiking and Walking

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Neenah Sports & Outdoors

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    by kellensdad Updated Oct 20, 2002

    If your lucky enough to get tickets, take the 40 minute drive north to watch the Green Bay Packers play.

    Equipment: Watch the weather and dress accordingly as the stadium is outdoors.

    DE-FENSE!

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Neenah Favorites

  • by zgilbert Updated Jan 10, 2003

    Favorite thing: The Red Radish Natural Foods at 447 S. Commercial Street has an excellent selection of natural and organic foods, health and beauty products, cleaning supplies and herbs and supplements. The Red Radish (www.TheRedRadish.com) should definitely be on your tour stop.

    Fondest memory: Very close-knit, neighborly community.

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    by kellensdad Written Sep 2, 2002

    Favorite thing: Just hanging out at home

    Fondest memory: Neenah is home where friends and family are. We love to entertain and relax.

    Campfire under the oak tree

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