NOTE: This date/event is in the past.
Date(s) - 01/19/19
5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Heritage Hill State Park comes alive after dark with luminaries abound, living history, and tasty hot beverages and edible delights.
The beauty of Northeast Wisconsin’s history await as you stroll through the crisp night experiencing the breathtaking ambiance throughout our 1.5 mile pathway, that spans over 56 acres…the hidden gem that awaits you right within the Green Bay city limits.
Take advantage of this first ever opportunity to visit “The Hill” illuminated at night, with access into many of our historic buildings available where interpretation, and demonstrations/activities will be taking place.
• Fur Trade Cabin: tour the cabin/trade with the trader
• Blacksmith Shop: Blacksmithing
• Officers’ Quarters: Candle Dipping
• Farmhouse: Cooking
The candlelit trail @ The Hill will be open from 5 – 8 pm on Saturday, January 19th.
Special Admission Pricing Applies.
Pre-purchased tickets are strongly encouraged utilizing the ticket link on this event page. Pre-event sales are available via online sales only. Tickets can be purchased day of.
Adults, Seniors, Students, & Children 3 and Up: $7.00
Children 2 and under: Free
**Please Heritage Hill Membership does not apply to this event**
**Also, please note that a Wisconsin State Park Sticker does not provide free admission to Heritage Hill for special events or general park admission**
Heritage Hill State Park, 2640 South Webster Avenue, Green Bay WI
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