Heritage Hill State Historical Park

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2640 S Webster Ave, Green Bay, WI 54301, United States

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Introduction of Heritage Hill State Historical Park

Heritage Hill State Park is a 56-acre living history museum in Green Bay that is beautifully nestled on the banks of the Fox River. Heritage Hill is dedicated to the preservation of its buildings and artefacts, as well as the interpretation of history, with a particular emphasis on the impact on Northeastern Wisconsin and its people.

Visitors are invited to explore historic buildings in four distinct areas of the park, each representing a different era of Northeastern Wisconsin’s rich history: the Fur Trade, Fort Howard, the Growing Community, and the Ethnic Agricultural Area. Heritage Hill’s collection contains over 6,600 artefacts, the majority of which are displayed within the buildings. This magnificent collection contains original artwork, books, clothing, and furnishings dating from the 17th century to the present. A hand painted screen that belonged to the Tank family is a one-of-a-kind piece in Tank Cottage. Heritage Hall, located within the Educational Center, features rotating displays of items that are not permitted to be displayed in the buildings.

Heritage Hill has established a reputation as a Midwest jewel for both locals and visitors. Weddings, meetings, and other special events are popular at the park. Take a tour with the family or take a leisurely stroll through the park. You will have an enriching and educational experience that your family will remember fondly.




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