Be sure to visit our fellow Middlesex County Historical Societies!
Chester - The Chester Historical Society at the Mill
The Chester Historical Society seeks to promote an interest in the history of Chester as a town that has survived and thrived by adapting throughout its four-century evolution as a settled community.
Deep River - The Deep River Historical Society Stone House
The Deep River Historical Society collects, preserves, and communicates the rich history of the Town of Deep River to the public through exhibits, programs, research collections, and publications.
Essex - The Essex Historical Society
The Essex Historical Society seeks to promote awareness and understanding of the people, places, and events that have shaped the history of Essex. It serves the three villages of Essex—Centerbrook, and Ivoryton.
Haddam - The Thankful Arnold House Historical Society
The Haddam Historical Society operates the Thankful Arnold House Museum and the Wilhelmina Ann Arnold Barnhart Memorial Garden in the scenic lower Connecticut River Valley village of Haddam, Connecticut.
Middletown - The General Mansfield House Historical Society
On May 19, 2011, the Middlesex County Historical Society opened its latest exhibit about the General Mansfield House, the families who lived there over the past two hundred years, and the Middletown they lived in.
Old Saybrook - The Old Saybrook Historical Society
The restored General William Hart House (1767), Frank Stevenson Archives, and the historic gardens comprise a one-acre “campus” in the village that is home to the Old Saybrook Historical Society.
The History of Middlesex County
The Middlesex County Historical Society is dedicated to preserving the history of Middlesex County and providing programs for adults and children to increase their understanding of the area's past.
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