The Neville Public Museum
An Exciting Upgrade!
How Did We Get Here?
The Neville Public Museum began over a century ago, in 1915, with a small exhibit organized by the former Green Bay Art Club in the downtown Kellogg Library. The exhibit was very popular and quickly outgrew its basement room.
By 1927, thanks to the generous support of the Neville family, a new Museum was built — the Neville Public Museum. The exhibits and rapidly growing collections quickly outgrew this building, too.
In 1980, in a community-wide show of support, Brown County voters approved a tax levy to fund the construction of a new Museum building. The current Neville Public Museum building opened in 1983.
We Need Your Help!
We are asking you, our members and loyal supporters, that during the upgrade process you visit and share with friends and family the exhibits held in our other galleries.