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Upcoming Events and Exhibits

by admin on June 29, 2014

Visit Us at Mill Hill Historic Park – 2 East Wall Street, Norwalk, CT

The 1835 Town House, 1826 Schoolhouse,  and c.1740 Governor Fitch Law Office are open to the public during seasonal hours.

Museum Hours

June 1 – November 23, 2014

Sundays: 1-4pm, Closed:  7/6, 7/13, 8/31, 10/26

By Appointment

Museum Admission

General Admission (12 – 64 years old): $5, Seniors (65 years old+): $3

Child (3-11 years old): $3, Child under 3 years old: Free

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2014 Little Red Schoolhouse Program

Bring your group to Mill Hill Historic Park or have us travel to you!

Program is also open to non-school groups.

Register your group today!

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Battle and Burning of Norwalk Commemorative Day

235th anniversary (July 11, 1779)

Mill Historic Park
2 East Wall Street
Norwalk, CT

Admission: Free

  • 10am – 3pm: Revolutionary War Encampment  – Sheldon’s Horse 2nd Continental Light Dragoons Re-enactors
  • 11am & 1pm: Battle and Burning of Norwalk lecture presented by Madeleine & Ed Eckert
  • 10am – 3pm: Mill Hill Historic Park – Open House – 1835 Town House Museum, 1826 “Little Red Schoolhouse” & 1740 Gov. Thomas Fitch Law Office & Town House Hill ancient burying ground

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Past Exhibition

 

A collaborative series of exhibits and events celebrating the art of the quilt from May 13-November 16, 2011

Norwalk Quilt Trail-News and Events

Norwalk Quilt Trail Exhibit Map

Norwalk Quilt Trail Gallery

Norwalk Quilt Trail Documentary

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Norwalk Riverside Cemetery Civil War Soldier Monument

 

Help Us Restore “Chester”…

…Back to his Pedestal

All donations to the restoration project are greatly appreciated. Please make check payable to: “Norwalk Historical Society” in memo section specify “Civil War Statue”.  Mail to: P.O. Box 1640, Norwalk, CT  06852

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One hundred fifty years ago, in the summer of 1862, President Lincoln faced the specter of defeat. When Lincoln called for volunteers, a thousand men from Fairfield County enlisted in the 17th Connecticut to save the Union.