Christmas Through the Decades at Hazelwood Historic House

Contact Info

Name: Ana Olp
Phone: 9204616473
Email: [email protected]


1008 S. Monroe Ave, Green Bay Wisconsin, 54301 - Hazelwood Historic House

With rooms varying from Victorian, to chic modern, and everything in between, Hazelwood will be decked out in Christmas finery spanning a multitude of decades, time periods, and historic trends.

Learn about why metal Christmas trees became a short lived fad. Find out about the history of why we have Christmas trees to begin with.

This event is a time based event with walk throughs on the hour, reservations required to maintain the number of people going through at a time.


December 11th; 12pm-7pm

December 12th; 12pm-4pm

December 17th; 3pm-7pm

December 18th; 12pm-5pm

Advanced Registration Required.



$4.00/Children (5-17)


*For vaccinated guests, masks optional. For unvaccinated guests, please wear a mask.

Limited tickets available.

Hazelwood Historic House is located at 1008 S Monroe, Green Bay, WI 54301

Parking for the event is across the street at Aldo Leopold Elementary (when school is not in session) or on West Eliza Street

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.