Neville Public Museum

210 Museum Place, Green Bay, WI 54303 - United States





The Neville Public Museum of Brown County is an accredited cultural institution that champions history, science and art. Located in downtown Green Bay, Wisconsin, the museum is dedicated to the collection and preservation of significant objects relevant to Northeast Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The museum seeks to bridge these multi-generational regional communities, through engaging exhibitions and dynamic programs.


"Generations Gallery" For over a century this museum has collected and preserved history. From fossils to footballs, explore our vast collection through a variety of themes and the stories of the people of Northeast Wisconsin in the Generations Gallery.

"Spectacular Science" is the Neville Public Museum’s newest gallery focused on subjects of science. This exhibit provides the museum the opportunity to present four different mini science exhibits with hands-on experiences.

"Beauty of the Beasts: Animal Art" The history of art teems with animals and may indeed have begun with images of beasts painted on the walls and ceilings of caves. Since that time, animals have appeared in the visual arts in everything ranging from decoration to symbols and allegories. This exhibit shares over 140 pieces of animal art from the Neville Collection and highlight fun animal facts.

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