Hazelwood Historic House Museum and its collection

Hazelwood Historic House Museum

Hazelwood is a historic house located in Green Bay, Wisconsin. It was built in the year 1837 by Morgan Lewis Martin for himself and his wife, Elizabeth. This house stands as a testament to the history of the region and the people who shaped it.

Hazelwood's Recognition

Hazelwood was recognized for its historical significance and was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1970. Later, in 1989, it was also added to the State Register of Historic Places. These recognitions highlight the importance of Hazelwood in the history of Wisconsin.

Hazelwood as a Museum

In 1989, the Brown County Historical Association purchased Hazelwood and transformed it into a museum. Today, visitors can explore the house and learn about its rich history and the people who lived there.

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Hazelwood Historic House Museum
South Monroe Avenue 1008
WI 54301 Green Bay

Visitor information Hazelwood Historic House Museum

Opening hours

8:30 – 16:00
8:30 – 16:00
8:30 – 16:00
8:30 – 16:00
8:30 – 16:00
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed


0 – 4Free
5 – 17$4.00
18 – 59$6.00


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Location & Map

South Monroe Avenue 1008, Green Bay

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