Heritage Hill State Park
Heritage Hill State Park is a 56-acre living history museum, beautifully nestled on the banks of the Fox River in Green Bay. Heritage Hill is devoted to the preservation of its buildings and artifacts and the interpretation of history with a focus of the impact on Northeastern Wisconsin and its people.
Visitors are invited to explore historic buildings in four distinct areas of the park representing various periods of Northeastern Wisconsin's rich heritage: the Fur Trade, Fort Howard, the Growing Community, and the Ethnic Agricultural Area. Heritage Hill has more than 6,600 artifacts in its collection, mostly displayed within the buildings. This fantastic collection includes original artwork, books, clothing and furnishings dating from the 17th century to the present. One unique piece in Tank Cottage is a hand painted screen that belonged to the Tank family. Heritage Hall, located inside the Educational Center, features rotating displays of items not able to be shown in the buildings.
Heritage Hill has earned a reputation as a jewel of the Midwest for guests from within the area and those visiting the community. The park is a popular destination for weddings, meetings, and other special events. Bring the family and take a tour, or enjoy a leisurely stroll through the park. You’ll come away with an enriching and educational experience your family will remember fondly.