AAA Editor Notes
Heritage Hill State Historical Park is e. of the Fox River at 2640 S. Webster Ave. at jct. SR 172. A 48-acre complex of furnished historical buildings is grouped into four themed areas including La Baye, Fort Howard, Growing Community and Ethnic Agricultural Area.
La Baye includes a fur trader's cabin, a bark chapel, a log sugaring house and a reproduction of Wisconsin's first courthouse. Fort Howard consists of a hospital, officers' quarters, kitchen, schoolhouse, guard house and commanding officer’s office. The Growing Community depicts a busy community that includes a church, print shop, blacksmith shop, hose company, town hall, law office, library and the 1803 Tank cottage.
The Ethnic Agricultural area contains a Belgian farmhouse, log barns, a stone summer kitchen, a cheese factory, a roadside chapel and Cotton House, a home that served as the center of social life in Green Bay for many years. An education center is on the grounds. A schedule of events is available at the park.
Note: Pets are not permitted.
Time: Allow 2 hours minimum.