Located on the banks of the Fox River in Downtown Green Bay, the Neville Public Museum offers a variety of rotating exhibits, as well as permanent collections that include over one million original artworks, historic artifacts, photography stills and films. In addition to these exhibits and collections, the Neville boasts an extensive calendar of special events, including Night at the Museum, Hardcore History, and Exhibits Exposed. Film buffs will enjoy the museum’s International Film Series, which features films from around the world that you wouldn’t be able to view at your typical movie theater. All films are free and open to the public, but they are intended for a more mature audience.
Developed with families and young visitors in mind, The Discovery Rooms offers a hands-on experience for kids of all ages with science, history and art-related activities. The Discovery Rooms also hosts a replica of Lambeau Field constructed entirely of Legos. Brown County Residents receive free admission the first Wednesday of each month from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.