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COVID 19 Announcement

The park is open Tuesday-Sunday 10am-4pm. Buildings remain closed to the public. Please Follow CDC guidelines while visiting. Masks required when indoors. Follow us on Facebook for continued park updates.
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COVID 19 Announcement

The park is open Tuesday-Sunday 10am-4pm. Buildings remain closed to the public. Please Follow CDC guidelines while visiting. Masks required when indoors. Follow us on Facebook for continued park updates.
Explore

COVID 19 Announcement

The park is open Tuesday-Sunday 10am-4pm. Buildings remain closed to the public. Please Follow CDC guidelines while visiting. Masks required when indoors. Follow us on Facebook for continued park updates.
Explore

COVID 19 Announcement

The park is open Tuesday-Sunday 10am-4pm. Buildings remain closed to the public. Please Follow CDC guidelines while visiting. Masks required when indoors. Follow us on Facebook for continued park updates.
Explore

COVID 19 Announcement

The park is open Tuesday-Sunday 10am-4pm. Buildings remain closed to the public. Please Follow CDC guidelines while visiting. Masks required when indoors. Follow us on Facebook for continued park updates.
Explore

COVID 19 Announcement

The park is open Tuesday-Sunday 10am-4pm. Buildings remain closed to the public. Please Follow CDC guidelines while visiting. Masks required when indoors. Follow us on Facebook for continued park updates.
Explore

COVID 19 Announcement

The park is open Tuesday-Sunday 10am-4pm. Buildings remain closed to the public. Please Follow CDC guidelines while visiting. Masks required when indoors. Follow us on Facebook for continued park updates.
Explore

COVID 19 Announcement

The park is open Tuesday-Sunday 10am-4pm. Buildings remain closed to the public. Please Follow CDC guidelines while visiting. Masks required when indoors. Follow us on Facebook for continued park updates.
Explore

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Learn, Gather, Celebrate, & Relax

At Heritage Hill State Park, we inspire curiosity and foster meaningful interaction through interpretation with unique, engaging experiences that don’t exist anywhere else in Northeast Wisconsin. Come explore this hidden gem that awaits. Come to play, stay to learn by immersing yourself in the beauty of our 56 acre park and 24 historical and reproduction buildings.

education

Step out of the classroom and into the past! Experience life as it was in 17th century Wisconsin all the way through the early 20th century!

weddings / receptions

The most scenic wedding and reception venues in Green Bay await you at Heritage Hill. Click to learn more!

events @ the hill

Check out our variety of events that take place throughout the year @ The Hill!

private events

Host your next corporate offsite meeting, bridal shower, or family gathering @ The Hill.

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Snow season is just around the corner! Make sure you're prepared for winter fun with a Hand-crafted toboggan or small sleigh from Heritage Hill! Created by our restoration team and their dedicated volunteers, each toboggan is unique. Reach out to get yours today!

Large Toboggans - $175
Small Sleigh - $125

We would also like to remind visitors that the park will close for the season on November first. Keep an eye on our website and facebook page for park updates!

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Let's take a peek in Tank Cottage's summer kitchen!

Though common among houses built in the 18th and 19th century, the summer kitchen at Tank Cottage is unique, in that it is attached to the home, while many would have been physically seperate from the house. As the name suggests, this space would have been used primarily in the summer. Having this seperate cooking space was a key to surviding the hot summer months before the invention of modern air conditioning. As the days began to cool in the fall, the family would have moved cooking back inside the main house but could have continued to use the summer kitchen for the smellier chores around the house, like laundry.

Have you peeked inside this stunning space while strolling?

#takeapeek #tankcottage #summerkitchen #18thcenturyairconditioning #cooking
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It's another chilly day around the park today, but the leaves are still showing off. Pull out your cozy sweaters and get your fall photos before the wind takes them all away! join us while admission is still waived. Don't forget to tag us!

#brrr #SweaterWeather #fallcolors #leaves #heritagehill
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It may be a chilly October day, but 🎵 what do they care? They’ve got their love to keep them warm! 🎵

(The bride says she could still use a coat though 😂)

Congratulations Miranda and Tyler!
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Planning your wedding, anniversary party or holiday family event? Don't forget Heritage Hill has fantasitic and spacious event spaces with amazing views! Reach out to reserve your space at The Hill today.

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Though woodworking is generally considered a hobby in modern times, it was an essential part of life on a Belgian farm in the 19th century. From building sturdy structures to house animals and family, to carving the delicate yet functional sabots, or wooden shoes. Though often credited to the Dutch, wooden footwear was common among Belgian immigrants. These clogs, called sabots by the Belgians, were more durable than their leather counter parts and were cheaper to repair or replace. They were especially popular among farm families as they kept the wearer's feet dry in muddy pastures and mucky stalls. Sabots were generally plain but could be painted or otherwise personalized by the wearer. We are fortunate to have this pair of sabots, with their intricate engraving, in our collection here at the park.

#belgianfarm #sabots #handmade #woodworking #history
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