Of the many parts in the Green Bay Packers’ Titletown park includes Ariens Hill, a manmade structure that tops out at a height of 46 feet above the ground. In winter months, Ariens Hill manufactures its own snow to cover three, 300-foot lanes that offer the public a unique snow tubing experience. Riders can purchase tickets at a kiosk adjacent to 46 Below Bistro, a small café at the base of Ariens Hill, and are provided rental tubes free of charge.
After a thrilling trip down the length of Ariens Hill, tubers connect their rides to an automated system that brings the tube to the top of the hill while riders climb the stairs for the next ride down. After a few rides or enough ice skating time at the base of the hill, park visitors can take refuge from the cold inside 46 Below Bistro and relax with small plates and a warm drink in a relaxing atmosphere that can be enjoyed with friends.
While the Ariens Hill is open to the public, it also offers private spaces for conferences, weddings and other group events. Rockwood Terrace, just below the surface of the hill, provides an intimate setting and catering options for a multitude of needs. In the indoor space, the stunning view of the park serves as a backdrop that’s tough to replicate. In warmer seasons, Top of the Hill can also be reserved for private gatherings and a great view.
In the warmer months, Ariens Hill transforms into an exceptional public space for a variety of community events. Absent of tubes, the hill converts into a gathering area for socialization and drinks. Ariens Hill features a weekly featured craft cocktail that can be enjoyed on the hill’s lush green lawn that overlooks historic Lambeau Field – an experience that’s especially enjoyable during one of Titletown’s free, weekly concerts.