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Woodbridge, Connecticut
General, History, Historic House, Historical Society
When Thomas Darling decided to leave New Haven to pursue a country squire's life, he hired Abiel Gray of West Hartford, CT to build his new home. It took Gray two years (1772-1774) to complete the project. The Gambrel roof structure is built on a central hall plan and incorporates several unusual features.
Cheshire, Connecticut
Children's, Culture, Specialized
Be one of the first to see our newly renovated museum. Take a self-guided tour to view over 80,000 items of comic strip, cartoon, TV, western and advertising collectibles on display. Each exhibit shows the current market value of your old toys, although nothing is for sale. Receive a free souvenir.
Cheshire, Connecticut
Historical Society

Organized in 1951, the Cheshire Historical Society is a group of old and new residents who have a desire to discover and preserve the heritage of Cheshire, Connecticut. They educate and assist others in their inquiries into our past and promote a love for our town and its inhabitants.

Our first home was in the 1st.

New Haven, Connecticut
History, Specialized
The Connecticut Women's Hall of Fame, a 501(c)(3) non profit organization founded in 1993, showcases the contributions Connecticut women - well known and less famous - have made to their communities, the state and the nation.
New Haven, Connecticut
Historical Society
Derby, Connecticut
Historical Society
Hamden, Connecticut
Art, General, History, Science
The Eli Whitney Museum and Workshop is an experimental learning workshop for students, teachers, and families. We collect, interpret, and teach experiments that are the roots of design and invention.
New Haven, Connecticut
History
New Haven, Connecticut
Park
Ansonia, Connecticut
Historic House
Hamden, Connecticut
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
The Hamden Historical Society sponsors our room known as the Hamden History Room. The collection in the room is known as the Hamden Historical Society Library. Its purpose is to collect, preserve, and make available historical materials relating directly and significantly to Hamden. This Historical Society Library, inaugurated in 1984, provides a safe, central place to research Hamden’s past.
New Haven, Connecticut
History
To document the history of the greater New Haven Jewish community.
New Haven, Connecticut
Art
Monroe, Connecticut
History, Historical Society
We provide safekeeping of the historical collections donated to the Society for the purpose of documenting, preserving, displaying and maintaining a generational bridge to the history of the community.
Naugatuck, Connecticut
General, History, Historic House, Historical Society
The Naugatuck Historical Society is located in the historic Railroad Station. Parking is free and plentiful and we are located right on the Metro North Line.
New Haven, Connecticut
Historical Society
Orange, Connecticut
Historical Society
Derby, Connecticut
History
Prospect, Connecticut
History, Historical Society
New Haven, Connecticut
Art
Seymour, Connecticut
Historical Society
Shelton, Connecticut
Historical Society
Southbury, Connecticut
General, History, Historical Society
The Southbury Historical Society operates four historically significant buildings: The Old Town Hall Museum, the South Britain Library, the Bullet Hill School and the Ludorf Barn. The Old Town Hall Museum houses the Society's offices, archives and collections and serves as its museum. The Historic Building Commission is the umbrella organization for the Society.
Trumbull, Connecticut
Historical Society
West Haven, Connecticut
Historical Society
New Haven, Connecticut