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Rocky Hill, Connecticut
Historical Society
Hartford, Connecticut
Art, General, History, Historic House, Military
Founded in 1936, the Antiquarian & Landmarks Society (A & L), Connecticut's statewide heritage organization, promotes interest in historic properties by preserving and interpreting significant personal stories and collections. The Antiquarian & Landmarks Society owns nine historic houses opened to public. All are on their original sites and most have intact original collections.
Wethersfield, Connecticut
Historic House
Cromwell, Connecticut
History, Historical Society
Middletown, Connecticut
Art, University
The Davison Art Center holds approximately 18,000 prints and 6,000 photographs in one of the foremost collections of prints and photographs at a U.S. college or university. The collection is intensively used for teaching and learning by Wesleyan classes, faculty, and individual students. During the academic year, the DAC presents gallery exhibitions open to the public.
Rocky Hill, Connecticut
Park
Newington, Connecticut
Historic House
Farmington, Connecticut
Cemetery, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
If you would like to learn more about the society, become a member or volunteer, please contact us. Volunteers are needed to help with hospitality, lead walking tours of the Freedom Trail, work as docents at the Old Stone Schoolhouse, plan events and programs, research and write articles for our newsletter, raise funds, write grants, and tend the cottage garden at the society's headquarters.
Haddam, Connecticut
Historic House, Historical Society
Haddam Historical Society is a growing and community based organization which owns and operates the Thankful Arnold House Museum. The museum tells the story of an early 19th century CT River Valley wife and mother who faced tragedy and adversity but kept her family together and home intact.
Farmington, Connecticut
Art
East Hartford, Connecticut
Historical Society
Kensington, Connecticut
Newington, Connecticut
Historic House
Middletown, Connecticut
South Meriden, Connecticut
Historical Society
Middletown, Connecticut
History, Historical Society, Library, Military
The Historical Society is headquartered at General Mansfield House, one of the few residential structures still standing on Middletown’s Main Street . Once the home of General Joseph K.F. Mansfield, a Civil War hero who died at the battle of Antietam in 1862, the Federal brick mansion has been the home of the Historical Society since 1959.
Newington, Connecticut
Historical Society
West Hartford, Connecticut
Historic House
West Hartford, Connecticut
Historic House
Meriden, Connecticut
Historical Society
Farmington, Connecticut
Historic House
Middletown, Connecticut
Library
Wethersfield, Connecticut
History
Wethersfield, Connecticut
Historical Society