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Heritage Hill

State Park

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Heritage Hill State Park hours vary.


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There is a per-person admission charge to Heritage Hill.


See volunteering opportunities at the property.

Experience "living history" at Heritage Hill State Park, a unique outdoor museum in Green Bay. The park features 24 structures from Wisconsin's past — the fur trade in 1762, Fort Howard in 1836, small towns in 1871 and ethnic farms in 1905.

The park and museum is operated by the Heritage Hill Corporation. A per-person admission fee to the park is charged. Wisconsin state park vehicle admission stickers are not sold at Heritage Hill.