Description: The Brown County Historical Society, established in 1899, looks to bring history to life through advocacy for historical preservation, educational outreach, and publications. Hazelwood Historic House, owned and operated by BCHS is open seasonally and is the only historic house still on its original site in Green Bay.
Description: The Children's Museum of Green Bay is a community funded, visitor supported organization committed to creating family learning experiences. We are inspired through hands on play across the sciences and arts that have the power to transform the lives of children and families.
Description: The mission of the De Pere Historical Society is to promote public awareness, understanding, and appreciation for De Pere's rich historic past through educational programs; to discover, to collect, and to preserve materials related to De Pere's history; to serve as a repository of information for others interested in De Pere's history; and to chronicle the events of the present for future generations.
Description: Green Bay Botanical Garden opened in 1996 and sits on 47 lush acres. The organization cultivates an appreciation for the enduring relationship between plants and people. They serve people of all ages by providing year-round educational and recreational experiences within an environment that engages, inspires and refreshes.
Description: Heritage Hill is a living history museum devoted to the preservation of its buildings and artifacts and the interpretation of the history of Northeast Wisconsin and its people. Our purpose is to provide an educational experience that encourages visitor awareness, understanding and appreciation of the history of the region.
Description: Under the direction of renowned artist Craig Blietz, The Academy features an intensive curriculum devoted to drawing and painting. In preparation for careers as practicing professional artists, the students are taught the classical techniques and methods introduced and perfected by the Masters.
Description: Explore America's railroad heritage. Sit in the cab of the Union Pacific Big Boy, the world's largest steam locomotive. Examine the future of railroading in the sleek 1955 General Motors Aerotrain. Enjoy a train ride around the Museum grounds. Open Monday-Saturday 9 A.M.-5 P.M.; Sunday 11 A.M.-5 P.M.
Description: The Neville Public Museum of Brown County preserves and interprets the history and culture of the region by studying and displaying objects of art, history, and science. The museum is dedicated to expanding knowledge, encouraging critical thinking, and inspiring creativity in order to make a positive difference in the community.
Description: The mission of the Oneida Nation Museum is to provide education about the Oneida and Iroquois culture, history, and nationhood. This is accomplished by developing, preserving, and expanding resources and collections, and by providing exhibits and other educational programming. The Museum also displays and promotes Iroquois artwork. The Oneida Nation Museum shall provide a unique and enlightening experience that can be interpreted to all ages for the next seven generations.