Heritage Hill State Historical Park

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Coordinates: 44°28′26″N 88°1′59″W / 44.47389°N 88.03306°W / 44.47389; -88.03306
Heritage Hill State Historical Park
Wisconsin State Park
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Park headquarters
Country United States
State Wisconsin
County Brown
Location Allouez, Wisconsin
 - coordinates 44°28′26″N 88°1′59″W / 44.47389°N 88.03306°W / 44.47389; -88.03306
Area 48 acres (19 ha)
Founded 1972
Management Heritage Hill Foundation
IUCN category V - Protected Landscape/Seascape
Website: Heritage Hill State Historical Park

Heritage Hill State Historical Park, also called Heritage Hill State Park, is a 48-acre (19 ha) open air museum of 25 historical structures in Allouez in metropolitan Green Bay, Wisconsin. It is listed as a Wisconsin state park, but the site is managed by a non-profit organization called the Heritage Hill Foundation. The structures include log cabins from the fur trade era, buildings from Fort Howard, and stores and public buildings from the late nineteenth century.

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