Three Great Events July 9th-11th @ Heritage Hill

It’s shaping up to be a beautiful weekend in Green Bay and  to help you enjoy the great summer weather, Heritage Hill is hosting three fun and educational events.

July 9th and 10th:  1812 Muster and Drill: Experience a day in the life at Fort Howard with our own 25th Infantry reenactors.  See musket demonstrations, army drills and more.

July 10th: Hysterical Historical Series: The Death of Al/Alice Capone presented by Let Me Be Frank Productions. It’s a comedy/mystery/musical set in Green Bay in the 1930s. Al Capone takes a little getaway ….. Learn More and Purchase Tickets

July 11th: Music on the Green: Rev. Raven & the Chain-Smokin’ Altar Boys and Mai’s Fresh & Delicious Eggrolls Food Truck.  This is a great way to relax with friends after a long day of work.  Every other Monday Night in the summer we will feature an act and food truck from around the Midwest. They will play on the Victorian Bandstand in the “growing community” area of Heritage Hill, surrounded by town buildings from the late 19th early 20th century of Northeastern Wisconsin.

Heritage Hill State Historical Park is a 56-acre living history state park in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Beautifully nestled on the banks of the Fox River.

Heritage Hill Historical State Park

Our Mission

The mission of Heritage Hill State Historical Park is to enrich the lives of others by sharing Northeast Wisconsin’s diverse cultural and historic ties that bind our communities together.

Our Vision
The vision of the Heritage Hill State Historical Park is to be regarded as the leading interpreter of Northeast Wisconsin’s historical and cultural legacies using innovative interpretive techniques that engage, entertain, and educate the public.

Living History State Park
Heritage Hill State Historical Park is a 56-acre living history state park in Green Bay, Wisconsin. Beautifully nestled on the banks of the Fox River.

Appreciation of History
We are committed to enriching the lives of visitors of all ages by nurturing a deeper understanding and appreciation of the history of Northeastern Wisconsin and its people. History is brought to life for thousands of visitors annually through educational programs for school children, unique seasonal events for families, and special activities for seniors.