Many acres of historic buildings, interpreters, a gift shop, educational center, band nights, etc. Trams are available for those who need them.
After years and years of going to Green Bay on family vacations, I finally came here for a special event (Laura Ingalls Wilder Days). My biggest regret is never checking out this place sooner! The park seems to be the perfect size- not too many buildings and things to see that you wear out, but definitely not small enough to... 更多
I took my young daughter, and we had fun. The sun was hot, and she may have been too young to appreciate any of it, but the volunteers/workers still engaged her enough that she still talks about it months later. It really is a great place for the whole family.
I took my grandchildren to Heritage Hill to experience living history. They had a great time with the historical actors who helped them understand their roles as military solders, or print makers, or Belgium farmers. They got to see and experience what it was like to live in the past in Wisconsin, and they were engaged!!!
Local history comes alive at Heritage Hill. Not all buildings were open with interpreters, but those that were provided informative and hands-on demonstrations correlating to the time period represented. Any question we asked was patiently answered by interpreters who obviously love history and are well versed in their particular role. Love the concept of moving and grouping various historical buildings... 更多
I took my fiance, niece and children (8, 10, 15 and 17). We spent 2 hours there and wished we could have had about 30 more minutes. We missed two buildings. The staff was very helpful and knowledgeable. They kept the kids interested by asking questions and keeping them involved. It was a very hot and humid day so it... 更多
Perfect little church! We thought it would be miserable inside because it was so hot out....no air in this little place....but it was comfortable. Cute place for photos. They brought any guests for the wedding to and from the church in golf carts. Nice touch!
Have wanted to visit this park for a while and was happy to visit this Father's Day. Visit was well worth the trip. The narrators in the various building were fair to very informative. The gentleman in the blacksmith shop was very odd to say the least (not in a good way odd).
Anyone wanting a glimpse into the history of Northeast Wisconsin should definitely visit Heritage Hill. Highlights include a working blacksmith shop, a one-room school house, military officers' quarters and a hospital, a fur trader's cabin (complete with pelts, of course), and several significant buildings which have been meticulously moved to the site, preserving a piece of Wisconsin's history.