Heritage Hill State Historical Park

2640 S. Webster Ave.
Green Bay, WI 54301- Map It
(920) 448-5150
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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 jail cells and officers' quarters. The Growing Community depicts a busy community that includes a print shop, blacksmith shop, hose company, town hall, library and the 1803 Tank cottage and barn. The Ethnic Agricultural areas contain 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. A visitor's/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.
$10; $9 (ages 62+); $7 (ages 4-15). Stroll through the Park $5.
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Hours: Tues.-Sat. 10-4:30, Sun. noon-4:30, Memorial Day-Labor Day. Grounds only are open for Stroll through the Park Mon.-Fri. 10-4, rest of year (weather permitting).