We spent about three very enjoyable hours at Heritage Hill. The people couldn't be friendlier. They provided my wife with a wheelchair and there is a tram that will take you whereever you want to go if you don't want to walk. It was fascinating speaking with the costumed living history guides in the fire house, the library, the print shop, the blacksmith shop, and the fur trading post. Each had a wealth of knowledge and had the answers to almost all of our questions. Don't miss the fur trading post for information on how the fur trading "economy" worked two hundred years ago. On the day we were there, In addition to the adults, there were a number of children from the ages of four to twelve, and the reenactors were excellent at making the history come alive for them too. This place is a real gem in Green Bay.
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