Beer Baron Cemetery Walks: June, July, September & October

We all know beer is basically everyone’s choice of beverage, especially around here. Why not pair your love of beer and local brews with the history of how Green Bay came to be known as one of the brewery capitals of the State! The Beer Baron Cemetery walk guides you back in time to learn about the lives of some of the most prominent beer magnates of the area. Also included in this interactive walk, is a brewery passport which allows you a “buy one, get one” at the partnering breweries.

Don’t wait! Sign up today HERE! Reservations are required. Limit 30 people.

$12/BCHS members
For more information:
Call: 920-437-1840
Email: [email protected]

Brown County Historical Society

Our Mission: To preserve, present, and share the heritage of Brown County history through preservation activities, exhibitions, educational programs, and events.

The Brown County Historical Society was officially founded as the Green Bay Historical Society on October 21, 1899 by a dedicated group of local historians. Throughout its long history, BCHS members have been active in preserving historic buildings, conducting research, providing information to the public, and stimulating interest in the complex multi-cultural heritage of the area.

Today the Society is as vital as ever. Its projects include advocacy for historical preservation, educational outreach, publications, operation of a historic house museum, and as a historical resource to the community.

The Brown County Historical Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization funded primarily through membership dues and donations from individuals, businesses and foundations. We receive no governmental support.

Gifts to the Brown County Historical Society are tax-deductible as allowed by law. New members are always welcome. Monetary and in-kind donations are appreciated.