Education at Heritage Hill
Heritage Hill State Historical Park is a living history museum in Green Bay, Wisconsin, and interprets our region's history from the 1600s. Using over 25 historic structures, trained interpreters will lead visitors in an educational and engaging experience. Our goal is preserving history and educating people about the heritage of Northeastern Wisconsin and its people.
About our Field Trips
Students experience Wisconsin history from the 17th century to the 20th century. Historic guides will challenge students to think of what it life was like for early settlers of Northeastern Wisconsin. Learn more >
Have your kids join us during the summer for either a two day or three day camp. It really is an experience they will never forget. Learn more >
Can't come to us? Maybe we can come to you. Our interpreters will bring living history to schools within an hour of Green Bay. Learn more >
Home School Programs
Programs developed especially for Home School children and parents. Learn more >
Holly Block, Tigerton Elementary, 4th Grade Teacher: "Our trip to Heritage Hill was wonderful. Scheduling was easy, and all of the information received before our visit was very helpful. Meeting you in person on that morning was a nice surprise. Thank you for suggesting that we shop first, it really worked out well doing that.
Every interpreter was knowledgable and professional, yet relaxed and interacted with my students quite well. I especially like the gentleman in the blacksmith shop. He happened to be there last May when we came, and yet he says he doesn't work there too often. A good coincidence. I thought the law office would be less interesting, but the lady made it very interesting for the kids. I could go on and on about every interpreter.