Wethersfield is a small Connecticut town filled with a rich American experience. If you have an object, artifact or story that should be told, please contact the society. The society’s collections include more than 8,000 objects, primarily from the 19th century, on exhibition in the historic houses, museums, or in secured climate-controlled storage areas. The library includes 100 linear feet of manuscripts, over 1,000 photographs and 1,000 books on history and genealogy. Wethersfield Historical Society collects objects that promote our mission statement to “Preserve Wethersfield’s history and culture to inspire people today and tomorrow.”
Have a Wethersfield object that you would like to donate? Contact Amy Wittorff at 860.529.7656 or by e-mail.