Neville Public Museum of Brown County

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Neville Public Museum of Brown County
Neville Public Museum
Established April 9, 1983
Location Green Bay, Wisconsin
Coordinates 44°31′05″N 88°01′08″W / 44.5180048°N 88.0188735°W / 44.5180048; -88.0188735
Website "www.nevillepublicmuseum.org"

The Neville Public Museum of Brown County was built in 1983 at 210 Museum Place in downtown Green Bay, Wisconsin. Prior to this, the City and the County shared responsibility for the museum when it was the Kellogg Public Library and Neville Public Museum located across the Fox River (Wisconsin).[1] The museum is the trailhead for the Packers Heritage Trail.

The County Executive, Museum Director, and Mayor of Green Bay in front of the dinosaur sculptures.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Neville Public Museum of Brown County"History"