Online Ticketing

Online Ticketing

Buy Tickets Here
 

As recommended by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services (DHS), in an effort to protect our guests during the Covid-19 pandemic, we are limiting the number of guests in the Museum at a time. Tickets will be sold in half hour time frames, to allow for no-contact payment and to prevent large numbers of guests in galleries at a certain time. Our housekeeping and guest services staff have procedures in place to keep public areas clean and disinfected before, during, and after your visit.

Face coverings are required. On July 30, Governor Evers issued an executive order requiring face coverings in all enclosed spaces effective through November 21, 2020. The order states that every individual age five (5) and older who is present in an enclosed space in the state of Wisconsin shall wear a face covering that covers their nose and mouth in indoor areas accessible to the public. Please bring your own or purchase a “I (heart) the Neville Public Museum” mask featuring Stompy the Mastodon in the Neville Gift Shop. Our staff and volunteers will be wearing masks for your safety.
 

How to Purchase Tickets


Visits to the Museum must be reserved by purchasing a timed ticket(s). Members must also reserve their free-visit times.

For your safety and the safety of our staff, the number of visitors will be limited based on the guidelines from the Badger Bounce Back plan recommended by the Wisconsin Department of Health Services.

Purchase tickets for your reserved visit one of these three easy ways. Visits are available within a two-week period from today’s date:

1. Buy online (strongly recommended)

 

Buy Tickets Here 

2. Call us at 920-448-7842 during Museum hours. Please have preferred visit dates and times in mind. Payment is required upon reservation--please have a credit/debit card ready.


3. Purchase at the door. Entry is not guaranteed to those who walk up to purchase tickets due to limited capacity.


Note: To redeem free passes or reciprocal ASTC Passport membership, please call 920-448-7842 to purchase tickets.


For your safety and the safety of our staff, the following protocols are in place:
  • Face coverings are required to enter the Museum.
  • Our housekeeping and guest services staff have been trained to keep public areas clean and disinfected before, during, and after your visit.
  • Hand sanitizer is readily available throughout the Museum.
  • Maintain physical distancing of at least six feet from other guests and staff.
  • Number of guests is limited to ensure adequate space for physical distancing.
 

Frequently Asked Questions

What exhibits are currently open?
We currently feature Generations Gallery, Amazing Dinosaurs, and Guns & Gowns. During your visit, also make sure visit Lego Lambeau in the Discovery Room and learn about the experience of Black Packers players with the return of a section of Delay of Game. Visit our Exhibits page for more information on what you’ll see.

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.From fossils to footballs, explore our vast collection through a variety of themes and the stories of the people of Northeast Wisconsin.

Amazing Dinosaurs
This exhibit features majestic dinosaurs and their places in geologic history.A wide variety of exciting activities inspire young learners to discover how, where, and when dinosaurs roamed the earth. Featuring lifelike re-creations of popular dinosaurs, the exhibit immerses visitors in activities that cover the lifespan of these magnificent creatures, from birth to adult.Discover which species lived first and last, dig for hatchlings and adult dinosaur fossils, explore a dinosaur habitat, and present how you think dinosaurs looked and behaved.

Guns & Gowns
Over the past 200 years, the fashion and firearms industries have transformed. Dresses have gone from elaborate silhouettes using yards of fabric, to slimming and short designs.Guns evolved from a single shot sparked by flint, to automatic rifling. What sparked these changes? Technology, Politics, and Society.All three were catalysts that directly affected designers, inventors, and consumers in these industries.From the American Revolution to the Vietnam War, explore two centuries of fashion and firearms and the trends that defined each era.

Discovery Room
Located on the first floor just past the Neville Theater, the bright and colorful Discovery Room delights young visitors and families with its array of hands-on learning experiences. One of the highlights of the Discovery Room is the Neville's very own Lego Lambeau Field.Weighing hundreds of pounds and made of thousands of Lego bricks, this model of Green Bay's most famous building was created by Milwaukee School of Engineering students and has traveled throughout Green Bay before making the Discovery Room its permanent home.
 
What qualifies as a Face Covering?
“Face covering” means a piece of cloth or other material that is worn to cover the nose and mouth completely. A “face covering” includes, but is not limited to, a bandana, a cloth face mask, a disposable or paper mask, a neck gaiter, or a religious face covering. Since our May re-opening we have been wearing masks to protect our guests, staff, and volunteers, and now we require that all guests do the same. We look forward to seeing you soon.
Can we go through the Ice Cave and see the Mastodon?Yes! After 16 months of renovation, the new Generations Gallery is open through the Ice Cave for guests to see favorites, such as Stompy the Mastodon and the Ice Harvesting video in their new environment, a well as brand new displays featuring exposed collections and art from the permanent collection only seen in collections storage until now.
What time is the Museum open?
The Museum is open Tuesday noon-8pm, Wednesday through Saturday 9am-5pm, and Sunday noon-5pm. The Museum is closed on Mondays.
What is timed ticketing?
Timed ticketing allows us to meter how many people enter the Museum at a time. Limiting entry allows our staff to keep public spaces clean and disinfect high touch areas in the exhibits.
Can I access the Museum before my time slot?
Unfortunately, no. However, you are welcome to explore the Museum at your own pace once you enter at your scheduled time. If you arrive too early or too late, you will only be admitted if capacity allows. We strongly recommend that you arrive as close to your scheduled time as possible. Arriving too early may result in needing to wait for entry. If you arrive after your 30-minute time slot, we may not be able to accommodate your visit at that time and need to reschedule your tickets.
Can I walk up and purchase tickets?
You can, however entry is not guaranteed to those who walk up to purchase tickets. During prime visit times, time slots have been selling out.
How can I purchase tickets in advance?
Advance admission can be purchased online or by phone. You will need to select a date, time, and number of tickets. Tickets are available up to 2 weeks from the current date.
Do members need to reserve a timed ticket?
Yes, members must reserve a free ticket online for each person in their group (account sign in required) or by phone. We encourage members to reserve their time slot in advance to guarantee their entry. Members are allotted the number of tickets per your current membership level.
How do I become a member of the Neville Public Museum?
Membership is a great value! Becoming a Friend of the Neville is easy: click here for more information. If you have already purchased your tickets, please call 920-448-7842 to have the cost of your tickets applied to a new membership!
How do I reserve a timed ticket if I have a free pass or have a membership at another ASTC Passport Museum?
Please call the Museum at 920-448-7842 to reserve your timed ticket. You will not be able to reserve a timed ticket online. If you need to pay for other members of your party, this can be done at the same time.
What if I can no longer go at my reserved visit time?
If you are no longer able to attend your scheduled time and date, please call the Museum at 920-448-7842. Depending on availability, we will transfer your tickets to a new date and time. Cancellations received at least 24 hours before your visit will receive a full refund, if a new date and time are not possible.
What health and safety protocols are in place at the Museum?
For your safety and the safety of our staff, the following protocols are in place:
  • Face coverings are required to enter the Museum.
  • Our housekeeping and guest services staff have procedures in place to keep public areas clean and disinfected before, during, and after your visit.
  • Hand sanitizer is readily available throughout the Museum.
  • Maintain physical distancing of at least six feet from other guests and staff.
  • Number of guests is limited to ensure adequate space for physical distancing.