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Founded circa 1890, the Norwalk Historical Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that manages and leases four buildings from the City of Norwalk.  Three buildings are located at  Mill Hill Historic Park (2 East Wall Street), which contains a 1835 Town House (Meeting House), 1826 one-room school house (Little Red Schoolhouse) and c.1740 Governor Thomas Fitch Law Office, along with the Mill Hill cemetery (3rd oldest in Norwalk).  The fourth building is the Norwalk Historical Society Museum (141 East Avenue) located on the campus of Norwalk City Hall (125 East Avenue) in a federal style house (1973).   Norwalk’s rich history is brought to life through educational programs and exhibits. Your tax-deductible gift will help preserve these valuable resources that educate and unite our community.

Norwalk Historical Society Membership Contribution Levels

Individual – $35

Family – $60

Supporting – $75

Patron – $150

Benefactor – $300


To join the Norwalk Historical Society, download the Norwalk Historical Society membership form here.

Make check payable to: Norwalk Historical Society

Mail to: Norwalk Historical Society, P.O. Box 1640, Norwalk, CT 06852.


Sharing… the stories of our past

“How well I remember the flood. We were forced out of our house and the only thing left when it was all over was one dam. When I think of all the terrible things that have happened all over the world, I realize how lucky we were to get through it and rebuild.”Sue Sulla on the Norwalk Flood.