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Happy Thanksgiving from Heritage Hill! We hope you have a stove on which it’s a little bit easier to cook. ... See MoreSee Less
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What was the most popular present the year you were born? If you were born in the early 19th century, the answer would be: a book. According to an article published in the Norfolk Chronical and Norwich Gazette in 1823 "a piece of dress can merely be worn – a trinket but pleases the eye; a well-chosen book, if handsome at the same time, will please the eye, inform the mind, and improve the heart." Another enriching gift idea is tickets to our Fort Howard Christmas even on Dec 17 and 18! You can purchase them via our website: www.heritagehillgb.org ... See MoreSee Less
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Chief Preservationist Nick Backhaus, and shop tech Lyle La Luzerne discuss critical elements of their effort to restore our agricultural migrant cabin. Working to preserve the “soul” of the building, Nick’s team saves as much of the original structure as possible. When finished, the structure will help us illuminate the often overlooked stories of Wisconsin’s migrant agricultural workforce of the mid-20th century. ... See MoreSee Less
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Have Christmas day off? Thank Alabama! They were the first state to legalize Christmas by declaring it a public holiday in 1836, with the federal government following suit in 1870. Check out what Christmas was like before it was "legal" at our Fort Howard Christmas Event on Dec 17 and 18. Tickets available by visiting our website or at the door the day of. ... See MoreSee Less
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O Tannenbaum! Did you know in the 1830's Christmas trees were considered odd? The German tradition of the Christmas tree was made popular in England by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert 1846, and came to America shortly thereafter. Although you won't see them in the Fort, you may still see a few decorated trees around Heritage Hill Dec 17 and 18 for A Fort Howard Christmas. ... See MoreSee Less
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Current Hours and Offerings

Heritage Hill is now closed for walking for the season.  

However, private event rentals are available year round – find out more, here. 

Join us for:

A Fort Howard Christmas. On Dec 17 & 18! 

Thank you for your support this season!