Heritage Hill State Historical Park, Green Bay

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State Park · Hidden Gem · Historic Site
Heritage Hill State Park, is a 56-acre (23 ha) open-air museum located mainly east of WIS 57 in Allouez near Green Bay, Wisconsin, United States. A Wisconsin state park, the site is operated by a non-profit organization called the Heritage Hill Foundation in partnership with the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR). The Heritage Hill Corporation operates, maintains and develops the park under terms of a lease with the DNR.

The site contains 26 historical and reproduction structures, mostly endangered historic buildings moved from other locations plus a few modern reconstructions. The structures include log cabins from the fur trade era, buildings from Fort Howard, and stores and public buildings from the late 19th century.

Live historic interpreters, wearing period style clothing, populate the park during summer operations.

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  • Learn about History and have fun doing it. Great place to take the kids and get them interested in History  more »
  • If you've never been to Heritage Hill State Historical Park then you ARE missing something! Depending on the time of year the re-enactment volunteers will all be in character for that event and time....  more »

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