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Happy Mother's Day to all of the amazing moms out there! Heritage Hill is open for strolling from 8am-3pm today, and admission is still waived. The park is a stunning space to make new memories and celebrate your extraordinary mom.#happymothersday #mom #amazingmoms #celebratemom ... See MoreSee Less
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Happy Teacher Appreciation Day! We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of the hardworking and caring teachers whose dedication makes a difference in the lives of students and their families everyday, from our 1836 schoolhouse to your classroom today!#TeacherAppreciationDay #teachers #thankyouteachers ... See MoreSee Less
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Happy Arbor Day from your friends at Heritage Hill! Arbor Day, which literally translates to "tree day", celebrates trees and their importance to their ecosystem. Admission at Heritage Hill is still waived, so why not come stroll through the park and admire the natural beauty of the trees and woodlands.#ArborDay #Trees #CelebrateNature #StrollTheHill ... See MoreSee Less
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Still looking for the perfect place to say "I do"? Make sure to check out all of the options available at Heritage Hill! With several gorgeous indoor and outdoor spaces, we have the perfect setting for your special day.#Wedding #IDo #WeddingVenue #OutdoorWedding ... See MoreSee Less
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To close out Volunteer Appreciation Week we'd like to recognize one of our incredibly talented and knowledgeable education department volunteers. Andy, our resident weaving expert and experienced French and Indian War reenactor, began officially volunteering as an interpreter at Heritage Hill in 2014. He had become familiar with reenacting when he was in Virginia for the 200th anniversary of the British surrender at Yorktown in 1981. After visiting the Heritage Hill for the French and Indian War reenactment in 1992, Andy joined the Gorrell’s company, 60th Regiment of Foote, the Royal Americans, a reenacting group based around Green Bay. He spent a whole weekend, with the group in the courthouse here at the park, talking about the British presence at Fort Edward Agustus. He joined the group during several other weekends at the park and always for the French and Indian War events that were held at Heritage Hill. After retiring from his job he noticed a sign that said the park was looking for employees and volunteers to be Educational Interpreters. He stopped in to speak with the Education Manager and, shortly after, began volunteering in the Print Shop. Since then he has expanded to working in the company kitchen, guardhouse, hospital, Baird law office, and court house. He continues to give tours for spring and fall field trips, and to drive the tram for special events, and private park tours.In addition to interpreting at the park Andy is also an immensely talented weaver. He took an interest in weaving shortly after joining the 60th Regiment of Foote and found that weaving suitably fit the time period, was a logical profession of a soldier during the period and, that it piqued his own interest. Since then he has expanded both his knowledge of weaving and his collection of looms. The park is proudly home to a table loom that he built with his wife, currently in the Library, along with a Sievers floor loom that he helped to restore this past year. Words cannot express how grateful we are for the skill, knowledge and expertise that Andy passionately shares with the staff, volunteers and guests who come to Heritage Hill!#VolunteerAppreciationWeek #Education #Volunteer #ThankYou ... See MoreSee Less
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Join us in Congratulating Nick Backhaus, our restoration team and volunteers for receiving the 2021 Historic Preservation Award of Excellence in the category of Restoration and Rehabilitation! We couldn't be more excited for them to receive this much deserved recognition of their hard work and dedication to the historic preservation of our park buildings!Speaking of our volunteers, we'd like to recognize two of our outstanding Restoration volunteers for Volunteer Appreciation Week! Marty and Lyle have been volunteering in the Restoration department of Heritage Hill for about 11 years and have had a lot of fun doing it! Initially drawn by his own Belgian heritage, Lyle says the satisfaction of completing a project keeps him coming back. Having mechanical background and feeling it would be a good fit for the needs at Heritage Hill, Marty joined the volunteer team shortly after Lyle where the two have been working on whatever projects our restoration team has to offer. They fondly recall projects involving windows in several buildings, making barn doors, refinishing flooring in the Library, construction of the Guardhouse, and repairing cupboards in Cotton House, to name only a few of the projects they have worked on here at the park! We are beyond grateful for their enthusiasm and commitment to the restoration, maintenance and beautification of the park!#Congratulations #historicpreservationawardofexcellence #restorationvolunteers #VolunteerAppreciationWeek #thankyou ... See MoreSee Less
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Current Hours

We are now open for walking!

Tuesday – Sunday, 8 am – 3 pm

(Last Admittance at 2:30 pm)

Please note, the buildings will be closed per DNR regulations, but the 1.5 mile walking loop will be open. Dogs are invited to walk as well, but must leashed and picked up after.

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