If Tombstones Could Talk: Woodlawn Cemetery

Contact Info

Name: Ana Olp
Phone: 920-437-1840
Email: [email protected]


1542 Webster Ave, Green Bay Wisconsin, 54301 - Woodlawn Cemetery

“If Tombstones Could Talk” The Good, The Bad, & The Ugly: Woodlawn Cemetery

September 11th: 4:00 pm

The Brown County Historical Society’s “If Tombstones Could Talk” will be held in person at Woodlawn Cemetery. Visitors can meet Green Bay’s former residents who have had good, bad and ugly pasts. Walk in the footsteps of the people who impacted the community, city, and State that we now call home. Once a memory of yesterday, these individuals are brought back to life through the history of their lives to share their stories.

This walking tour takes place outdoors in the fall, so please dress accordingly.

Lightweight, portable lawn chairs are welcome.



$8.00/BCHS Members

Reservations Encouraged via the events tab on our website


Sign up day of, at the event.

For more information check our website: www.browncohistoricalsoc.org

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.