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Neville Public Museum of Brown County

Come to the Neville Public Museum on the Fox River in Downtown Green Bay! This AAM accredited museum features exhibits on history, science and art. Take a 12,000 year walk through time from the last Ice Age to the mid-20th century of Northeastern Wisconsin in On the Edge of the Inland Sea. Learn about the community and the Green Bay Packers through short videos in Hometown Advantage: The Community and the Packers. Besides these permanent exhibits, we have five additional galleries featuring a variety of interesting, timely exhibits including the popular Holiday Memories: Prange’s Christmas Windows in December which stars the charming animated figures from the old Prange’s department store windows.

Hours:
❄ January and February:
Tuesday-Saturday: 9am-4pm
Sunday: Noon-5pm

☀ March - December
Tuesday-Saturday: 9am-5pm
Sunday: Noon-5pm

First Wednesday of every month: 9am-8pm

Closed on Mondays

Admission Rates:
Friends of the Neville Members: Free
Children (5yrs & under): Free
Children (6-15yrs): $3.00
Adult (16+yrs): $7.00

Benefits: 
Free Admission