Sprawling across 48 acres of the village of Allouez the Heritage Hill State Historical Park is essentially an open-air museum. The main draw of this Green Bay attraction are its 30 historical figures, some endangered historical buildings, along with a few modern reconstructions. Other than that, structured log cabins that date back to the fur era are also pretty much an attraction here. Making this experience further engaging are live historic interpreters dressed in period style clothing! These throw light on each of the 6,600 artifacts of book, artworks, furnishings and clothing at this property.
Entrance Ticket Details For Heritage Hill State Historical Park
- Given ticket prices are for adults.
- Children (4 -15): USD 7 per person
- Free for a children under three years.
- Seniors (62+): USD 9 per person
- Veterans receive USD 1 off
- For more tickets refer to official website.
How to Reach Heritage Hill State Historical Park
- Private car
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37.21% of people who visit Green Bay include Heritage Hill State Historical Park in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
53.33% of people start their Heritage Hill State Historical Park visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Heritage Hill State Historical Park
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Heritage Hill State Historical Park
Heritage Hill State Historical Park Reviews & Ratings
As a place to take the whole family and have a great day exploring the amazing history of the state of Wisconsin, Heritage Hill cant be beat! There is something for everyone to see and do all in one park. Maybe you want to spend the day wandering around reading all the historical information you can find and listening to the historical reenactors. Possibly it's the farm animals and hands on, interactive displays that interest you most. You could also be drawn by the architecture of the old buildings and the interesting daily living arrangements of those years gone by. Well, it's all here for you to see and so much more too. You can easily spend a day wandering the grounds and taking in the sights, sounds and smells of days long gone. It's a great way to teach kids that they really have it quite easy now-a-days and to give them a good dose of history while doing so. I have been to the park many times and learn something new each time I go, often a number of things in fact. My favorite things are the smell of the Fur Traders cabin on a warm afternoon with its tobacco drying, the scent of warm bread, just out of the oven, cooling as you walk through one of the kitchens and the realization I don't have to chop wood enough to keep my house warm each day!
This is such a charming little historical park! I'm not from Green Bay, but I always make a point to visit Heritage Hill whenever I come into town! I love seeing the live demonstrations in the print shop and blacksmithing shop when they happen! When the weather is nice, I can spend all day walking around and looking at everything!
Have always loved the history here! Great events all year. Walked through while buildings closed, still amazing!
An amazing State Park. We toured the Park on one of the days (check the website) on which interpretive volunteers held demonstrations ranging from blacksmithing to printing to daily life in a fur trader's post. There is an entrance fee for the Park, but it appears that a State Park sticker is not required for parking. An added bonus is a small trolley that circles the grounds, making it much easier to access all of the buildings. Again a super park, we'll definitely be back. Support all of your State and National Parks.
A very educational trip for all involved. With more funding this place could truly come alive but sadly they have to rely on volunteers. Due to this, many of the exhibits remain closed almost year round because there just isn't enough people to work everything. Highly recommend for anyone interested in our country's history.