2017 Field Trips
The Brown County Historical Society is committed to offering a variety of educational programs that connect the past to the present in a meaningful way.
Students visiting Hazelwood Historic House and learn about life in early Green Bay through artifacts and stories of the Morgan L Martin family and discover Martin’s involvement in Wisconsin Statehood. Students will have the opportunity to embark on a walk in the Astor Historic District Neighborhood and discover the unique architecture and history of the area. Using historic maps students will discover the changes along the banks of the Fox River, the rivers importance to early settlers and to a growing community.
Explore history on the beautiful grounds of Woodlawn Cemetery during “If Tombstones Could Talk” School Cemetery Day.
Brown County’s history comes to life through the stories of Woodlawn Cemetery’s past residents. Costumed actors illustrate the impact they made on history- locally, regionally and nationally. Students will gain an understanding of our community’s past and realize they have the ability to make an impact just like the leaders who came before them.
To sign-up, please call 920-437-1840!