Join us Wednesday-Friday, Saturdays by request, from 12:00-4:00 PM.
• Reservations are required and will include only one party of up to 10 guests each hour to ensure that each group is able to experience the house and its history fully.
• Tours will take place on the hour from 12:00-3:00 PM
• Ticket price is $6.00/Person, $5.00/Seniors (60+), $4.00/Kids (5-17). Brown County Historical Society members are Free. Children ages 5 & younger are Free.
Registration now available.
Hazelwood Historic House
For 182 years this prime example of Greek Revival architecture has stood on its original location overlooking the Fox River. From this strategic spot it witnessed the end of a Native American and French fur trade community and the birth of Yankee community.
Hazelwood was built in 1837-38 for Morgan L. Martin and his family. The family resided in the house from 1838 until the early 1930’s. A unique presentation provides visitors with two distinct time periods: The early years when Martin, a young lawyer from New York arrived in Green Bay. Martin, explored opportunities in land sales, was a force in local, state, and national politics, Fox River improvements, and community building. Later years saw unmarried daughters, Sarah and Deborah residing in the house, writing local history, and championing social change and preservation issues. The well documented rooms tell a story of change over time.
Photo by Sunshine Tourtillott.
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Tickets for Hazelwood Historic House Tour can be booked here.
|Ticket Information||Ticket Price|
|General Admission||USD 6|
|Kids ages 5 & under||Free|
|Seniors (60+)||USD 5|
|Kids (ages 6-17)||USD 4|